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Goat in the Road

AUDITIONS

Goat in the Road is seeking two actors to play roles in our upcoming immersive play being produced in collaboration with the historic Gallier House:

  • Moses Lewis (male-identifying, 20-50 years old, African-American)

  • Aglae Gallier (female-identifying, 40-60 yrs. old, Caucasian)

The play takes place in Reconstruction-era New Orleans, and follows the Gallier household as it contends with dangerous and rapidly developing political tensions in the city.

Auditions are by appointment on Tuesday, October 22nd between 6pm - 9pm, and on Saturday, October 26th between 9pm – noon
Please contact Chris Kaminstein at ckaminstein@gmail.com to request an audition slot. 

For more information on the part and the project, click here.


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BINGO NIGHT IS BACK!

Friday, Nov. 15 from 5 pm - 10 pm
Catapult (609 Saint Ferdinand St.)
Tickets $10 - $30

Hosted at GRP's new home (Catapult) by the hilarious Ian Hoch, Goat in the Road’s annual Bingo Night Fundraiser features free, delicious food, a cash bar, great prizes, acerbic wit, and Bingo rounds (over 30!) all night long.

Come out to this family-friendly event and play one game or play them all!

Proceeds from the event will support GRP’s 2019 – 20 season.

Last year we had a good time!

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Goat in the Road’s Roleplay featured in American Theatre Magazine!

”Both the students and the professionals had to learn from each other. The professional artists needed to learn about the student’s experiences, and the students needed to learn about how a play is made. Stories are personal, first drafts are imperfect, stakes are high, conversations are necessary, and confrontation, in theatre, is key.”
- Alex Ates, American Theatre Magazine
“How ‘Roleplay’ Reflected Tulane’s Experiences With Assault”

READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE

Thank you to all who came out to Roleplay!
September 5 - 15 at Tulane’s Lupin Theatre


WHAT ELSE IS GOING ON:

ON TOUR!

Goat in the Schools is out and about visiting New Orleans schools!

This year’s cast features AshleyRose Bailey*, Dylan Hunter*, Mary Guiteras, and Teddric Matthews, with costume design by Ellen Bull, sound design by Dylan Hunter*, and props by Owen Ever*.

For info on how to bring Goat in the Schools to you, contact GRP Education Director Mary at mary@goatintheroadproductions.org.

GALLIER HOUSE PROJECT

Hermann Grima and Gallier Historic Houses (HGGHH) and GRP team up to create a new immersive play based on the history and inhabitants of Gallier Historic House (1132 Royal Street).

January 2020


1850 HOUSE SOUNDSCAPE

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Created in partnership with the Louisiana State Museum and Friends of the Cabildo, the 1850 House Soundscape presents a day in the life of the Cammack family in 1853.

Written and directed by Chris Kaminstein
With sound design by Peter J Bowling
Installed by Cassandra Erb

Featuring the voices of:
AshleyRose Bailey
Shannon Flaherty
Mack Guillory III
Ian Hoch
Dylan Hunter
Leslie Boles Kraus
April Louis
Mary Pauley

The 1850 House is located at 523 St. Ann St. Admission to the Museum is $5 and Soundscape is included.


Thank you to all our funders and partners who make our work possible!

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Goat in the Road’s 2019-20 season is supported in part by a Community Arts Grant made possible by the City of New Orleans and administered by the Arts Council New Orleans, as well as by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a Federal agency.