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Lagniappe Theatre - Summer Workshops


JUNE 10th-14th, 9am-12pm

Petite Summer Drama 2012Get ready for your child to explore the endless world of their imagination as every day is filled with wonderful games of movement, acting, storytelling, and living in the land of make-believe.  A class so fun, it's hard to get your child to leave.  Cost: $125   


MAY 27th-31st, 1-5pm

Showstoppers Drama Camp 2012 A high energy class for elementary aged students.  Focused on developing beginning acting skills and having fun with your imagination.  This class will bring out the creative force within your child.  The campers will perform at the end of the week.   Cost: $150


JUNE 3rd-7th, 1-7pm

Triple Threat A week-long camp of intensive training to help the actor become a true triple threat performer with singing, acting, and dance.  Campers will perform a fully mounted showcase at the end of the week.  The only camp of its kind in the state!  Cost: $200   




We Have Moved

Lagniappe Theatre's rehearsal and class space has moved to a bigger building in the Alexandria Mall.  We have moved from the Food Court to the old Sam Goody space next to the Kid's Playland.


Because of this exciting move, we are starting up new programming in the Fall. 


Keep checking the website this week for updates on Fall Programming, Auditions for Shrek, and much more exciting news!


Alexandria Mall





NSU Theatre Company
NSUTC also announced its 2013-2014

evening, we will present a tribute to America's musical heritage, celebrating the vast and varied music of America. You will enjoy over twenty-five #1 hits from the big band era through to present day. In the second act, we will continue to celebrate America's musical heritage by digging into the music of Dixieland, Broadway and of course, Rock and Roll! Experience the music that made our country great and the sound that mirrors who we are as Americans.

June 12th- 15th & 19th – 22th

Doors open @ 5:30 pm

Dinner starts @ 6:00 pm

$25.00 per person meal & show










Final Round of Auditions

Applications due by Wednesday, May 22, 6 pm!

Auditions, Thursday, May 23 in the evening



All at the NORD Ty Tracy Theatre!

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July 2012, Cast of Dear Edwina, Jr. 


Auditions, Thursday, 

May 23, in the evening



Wednesday, May 22th by 6:00 pm


Download the application at


Completed applications including all attachments should be brought to the Stage to Stage/CCLYT business office at 305 Baronne St., Suite 302, at the corner of Baronne & Gravier.  The office is on the 3rd floor just off the elevator lobby.  All rehearsals and performances take place at the NORD Ty Tracy Theater, Gallier Hall. 


Need based scholarships are available.  The scholarship application is on the same web page.  Please complete and submit along with the audition application.

Monday, 5/27, 1 - 5 pm at the  Bayou Beer Garden, 326 N. Jefferson Davis Pkwy near Bayou St. John in Mid-City

Crawfish Boil sponsored by the Barman's Fund with the proceeds for Crescent City Lights Youth Theater and STAIR! Only $10!  Y'all come out and pass a good time eating c


Kim Barnard makes her entrance on the CCLYT Team

In 2013 CCLYT is thrilled to welcome Kim Barnard as director/choreographer for both productions.  Kim owned a dance studio outside of Dallas for 20 years then went into the film business.  She has been in New Orleans since 2007 working as an assistant director and has been itching to get back teaching young people. 


Kim had the chance to work with the cast of Honk, Jr. for four brush up rehearsals in preparation for the Jazz Fest performance. The kids loved working with her and she can't wait to tackle our summer musicals with them. 


Jazz Fest Performance!

The Honk, Jr cast performed at the 

New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival's 

Kid's Tent, closing out the stage on 

Saturday, May 4th!

Pocketful-of-Rhymes 4

A Pocketful of Rhymes 

Mother Goose introduces the next

generation to her "greatest hits" in this energetic musical revue. Classic nursery rhymes are set to a catchy contemporary score that covers the range of 20th century music. CCLYT will put its unique interpretation on a classic Broadway show! 

May 28-July 21


Children's letters to god 3

Children's Letters to God

Follows the lives of children as they voice beliefs, desires, questions and doubts common to all people but more disarmingly expressed by children. 16 tuneful songs and scenes explore timeless issues such as sibling rivalry, divorce, holidays, loss of a pet, the trials of being non-athletic, and first love.  

July 22-Aug 25


"Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time."

~ Thomas Merton




CCLYT is the winner of the $4,000 PR Campaign

gambelSpecial thanks to all who voted for CCLYT in the Facebook Challenge from Gambel Communications

 winning CCLYT a $4,000 PR contract!  With our limited staff, this is a terrific windfall to assist with our summer promotions!  Thanks to Betsie Gambel and her team for making this available to celebrate their 4th anniversary! 


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