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Goat in the Road

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My Best Friend Is An Alien
as part of Art for Art's Sake

Saturday, October 7, 2017
Contemporary Arts Center (900 Camp St.)
4 pm - 6 pm

Goat in the Road is overjoyed to be performing My Best Friend Is An Alien, its student-written and adult performed touring show, as part of the annual Art for Art's Sake I DOWNTOWN 2017.

Art for Art's Sake celebrates a day of art with family-friendly community art experiences at the CAC, followed by the First Saturday Gallery Openings on Julia Street and throughout the Arts District of New Orleans and the Arts Market Downtown, presented by the Downtown Development District.

Goat in the Road is excited to be sharing the stage with Dancing Grounds and Roots of Music.


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BINGO NIGHT!
Friday, October 20 from 6 pm – 10 pm
Castillo Blanco (4321 St. Claude Ave.)
$15 online or at the door includes bingo card
GET YOUR TICKETS HERE!

Goat in the Road Productions is celebrating its ninth season with a riotous Bingo Night on Friday, October 20th!

Hosted by the fabulous Ian Hoch, the event features ten rounds of bingo accompanied by audience challenges, great prizes, a lot of hilarious acerbic wit, and a fresh dose of fun making. Come out to this family-friendly event and play one game or play them all! Games accompanied by free food all night, a scrumptious bar, and silent and live auctions.


HELLO 2017 - 18 SCHOOL YEAR!

Goat in the Schools presents -

My Best Friend Is An Alien:
4 student plays that travel

GRP is pleased to present four zany and boisterous student-written plays to New Orleans schools. This year's shows, written by fifth-seventh grade students who have been in GRP’s Play/Write program, feature alien frenemies, a conniving dog thief, a sleepy dad, and a snowman/dog duo who battle ninjas.

Mr. Alien by Jesus Castro
The Stolen Dog by Nyla Pete
Dad Falls Asleep by Haley Ritter
Socks by Dontrel Mitchell

Contact Shannon at shannon@goatintheroadproductions.org to book at your school!

MORE INFO HERE!

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Goat in the Schools is funded by the Goldschmidt Family Foundation and the New Orleans Theatre Association.