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Goat in the Road

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"Not unfrequently the alternations of health and sickness, joy and sorrow, commercial prosperity and misfortune, sweep over the Crescent City with the suddenness and fury of those autumnal hurricanes which occasionally visit it..."
- Dr. Theodore Clapp, 1858

The Louisiana State Museum, Friends of the Cabildo, and GRP are excited to announce The Stranger Disease, an immersive, original, historically inspired performance about yellow-fever in nineteenth-century New Orleans.

During the show, audience members will be able to freely explore the historic property, following the characters and story lines they choose. An accompanying exhibit, free and open to the public during the weekdays, will highlight LSM’s collection and the rich history of Madame Johns’ Legacy.

March 23 - April 15
Extension weekend: April 19 - 22
Thursdays - Saturdays at 6 pm and 8 pm, Sundays at 3 pm
Madame John's Legacy (632 Dumaine St.)
Tickets $25

Runtime: 75 minutes
Appropriate for ages 14 and up
More info about the show here!

The Stranger Disease is currently sold out! Thanks to all who came to see it!

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FORGE Festival

Goat in the Road Productions is pleased to present FORGE Festival, a biennial micro festival of genre-bending performance work for New Orleans audiences, featuring original work by some of the most accomplished theater artists in the city.  

May 11 - 13, 17 - 20
The Fortress of Lushington (2215 Burgundy St.)
$15 per show, $25 for both

Featuring

The Distance of Sound performed by Darci Fulcher
The Night With Mr. Bismuth performed by Dylan Hunter
Shakesbeer performed by Lauren Malara, Julie Dietz, and Mack Guillory III
Machine A with Cecile Monteyne and Chris Kaminstein
This Must Be The Place, an installation by Jen Davis

MORE INFO HERE

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TMBTP = This Must Be The Place


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2018 Play/Write Showcase

Monday, May 14 at 7 pm
Dillard University's Cook Theatre (2601 Gentilly Blvd.)
FREE!

11 student plays written by 5th & 6th graders from New Orleans schools presented by six local performance groups.

This year’s Play/Write producers are:

Dancing Grounds  
Dillard Players Guild
KM Dance Project   
Intramural Theater
Southern Rep
Nari Tomasetti

Participating schools are:

St. Mary’s Academy
Success Preparatory Academy   
The International School of Louisiana
Young Audiences Charter School
Warren Easton Charter High School


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SUMMER TRAINING!
Goat in the Road is excited to announce the launch of its summer training program

How To Be A Horse (and other useful skills)

June 11 - 15
9 am - 5 pm daily (lunch included)
New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts (rehearsal studio)
Participants must be 18+
$350, click here to register and for more info

Taught by GRP co-Artistic Director Chris Kaminstein and GRP ensemble member Darci Fulcher, this weeklong program will bring participants through a training and creation process based
on Goat in the Road’s working methods.  

  Goat in the Road’s 2017 – 18 season is supported by the Goldschmidt Family Foundation, the New Orleans Theatre Association, the Jazz & Heritage Foundation, the GPOA Foundation, the Pavy-Deblois Foundation, the Starseed Foundation, and a City Council/Cox Communication grant, as well as a grant from Alternate Roots’ Artistic Assistance program, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, the Surdna Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.    It is also made possible by a Community Arts Grant from the City of New Orleans and a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a Federal agency. These grants are administered by the Arts Council of New Orleans.

Goat in the Road’s 2017 – 18 season is supported by the Goldschmidt Family Foundation, the New Orleans Theatre Association, the Jazz & Heritage Foundation, the GPOA Foundation, the Pavy-Deblois Foundation, the Starseed Foundation, and a City Council/Cox Communication grant, as well as a grant from Alternate Roots’ Artistic Assistance program, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, the Surdna Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

It is also made possible by a Community Arts Grant from the City of New Orleans and a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a Federal agency. These grants are administered by the Arts Council of New Orleans.

 

 

 

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Goat in the Road is proud to be a part of the
New Orleans Theater Network
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