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Anthony Bean Community Theatre

 Anthony Bean Community Theater..Anthony Bean Community Theater and Acting School was established the Spring of 2000 to meet the demands of New Orleans area residents interested in learning and participating in dramatic art.Other than ABCT, professional theater companies that provide an open enrollment school for children and adults are a non-existent breed in the Southern Region. We offer a fully operational day and evening school in dramatic arts, including both acting, stage design and management.Hurricane Katrina has given our theater and school a challenge to serve our community.

Ashé Cultural Arts Center

ASHÉ HISTORY:  Efforts of Grace, Inc.

Crescent City Lights Youth Theatre

Stage to Stage, Inc. dba the Crescent City Lights Youth Theater transforms the lives of young people in the Greater New Orleans area by providing programming that brings together theater arts professionals and young people in a nurturing and multi-cultural environment to foster the learning of performing arts and life skills.*While the overall focus of CCLYT is on theater production, the program emphasizes the development of positive life and job skills in the formative years of youth.

La Petite Theatre du Vieux Carre

A new chapter in Le Petit Theatre's storied history has begun.Le Petit Theatre has been a mainstay of the New Orleans performing arts community for close to 100 years, presenting dramas, musicals, and comedies. What began as a group of supporters of the arts producing plays in private drawing rooms in the French Quarter is today one of the nation's longest operating community theatres on one of the world's most historic corners.The newly restored Grande Dame of New Orleans theatre is back, better than ever.

Southern Rep

"Southern Rep is the most important driving force in contemporary drama in the Gulf South." - Theodore P. Mahne, The Times PicayuneMission: Founded in 1986, Southern Rep’s mission is to develop and produce new plays that reflect the diversity of the city we call home, to provide our audience with professional theatre of the highest artistic quality and achievement, and to establish a creative working environment that nurtures theatre professionals.

The National WW2 Museum's Stage Door Canteen

Bette Davis served the desserts. Marlene Dietrich and Lauren Bacall danced the night away. Red Skelton told the jokes and Bing Crosby crooned. The place was the Stage Door Canteen and the guests were the steady stream of GIs headed off to war.

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