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Goat in the Road

Goat in the Road is overjoyed to welcome three new ensemble members!

All three of these talented artists are working on this year’s coming Gallier House Project, and were creators of The Stranger Disease, amongst many of their other creative accomplishments in the city and beyond. We are so lucky to have them on board!

YEAR 10 WAS A GOOD ONE!

And there’s more in 2019 - 20! Stay tuned for our season announcement in August 2019.

IN THE MEANTIME…

Check out Goat in the Road’s sound installation: the 1850’s 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.

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Celebrate theatre in NOLA!

 

 

 

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

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

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Goat in the Road’s 2018-19 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.