The Fine Arts Center is the perfect venue for your next opening night! Currently we have the Chilren's Dinner Theatre monthly featuring the Porta-Puppet-Players and the Sunday Jazz & Gospel Brunch featuring James Rivers and the Movement.
Porta- Puppet- Players bring back the unique uptown Wednesday nite tradition: Dinner Theatre for Kids. Doors open at 6pm, dinner served 6-7, show at 7 and in the car by 8pm. Both Dinner & Show for $15 per person. ($12 for groups of 10+) Contact the Fine Arts Center for reservations
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
"The Mayflower Story" A comedic (& clevely-disguished) "history lesson", complete with live "Pilgrim," imaginary Boat Ride, audience-interaction aplenty, and get to meet "that turkey" (before hitting the oven!")
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
"Mrs Claus' North Pole Magic" North Pole's #1 Female "holds court with a (live) Santa ending surprize!
Wednesday, January 20, 2010 The triumphant return of Dwaino the Clown!” Comedy & interactive Magic asperformed by the city’s foremost African American Circus Clown, having just returned from Evacuation! Be prepared for guffaws!Aesop's most popular Fables, as vividly told in our unique style of original puppet musical-comedy! Featuring the Fables: Grasshopper and the Ant, Fox and the Grapes, Tortoise and the Hare, Mouse and the Lion, and Boy Who Cried Wolf!
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
“Professor Carl NiVale .....Tells it All!” Channel 4/ WWL TV’s famed Mardi Gras comedian ...live....and “holding class” at the Fine Arts!
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
The Krewe of Easter Parade” Our tuxedoed Kaptain of the “Krewe of Easter” utilizes the aid of his tot audience to put on the “Easter Parade!”....a hysterical spoof of the manias of Mardi Gras! Complete with throws, and an actual (indoor) “Parade!