The NOLA Project has announced its upcoming theatrical season, with productions ranging from Shakespeare to the Irish drama “Sive.” Venues vary, but the troupe, which launches “Robin Hood” in the NOMA Sculpture Garden next week, will be back inside the art museum for “The Winter’s Tale.”

“Marie Antoinette”: Sept. 3-20 at Nims Black Box Theatre, New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts, 2800 Chartres St., New Orleans. A regional debut, this new work by David Adjimi looks at the French queen as a 19th century reality performance star.

“Clown Bar”: Oct. 22-Nov. 8 in the Ramp Room, Little Gem Saloon, 445 S. Rampart St., New Orleans. The immersive comedy by Adam Szymcowitz starts with 10 clowns walking into a bar and right into a murder mystery.

“The Winter’s Tale”: Dec. 1-21 at the Great Hall, NOMA, 1 Collins Diboll Circle, City Park, New Orleans. The Bard’s story of madness, suspicion and jealousy is a different take on redemption. Project artistic director A.J. Allegra will direct.

“Sive”: March, site to be determined. The show is a dark story of greed and passion told by Irish playwright John B. Keane.

“Don Quixote”: May in the Sculpture Garden. Adaptation of the Cervantes classic by Pete McElligott.

“Jecko says ‘Hide’ ”: In the Central Business District during the summer. Andrew Larimer blends the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde with video game “Bioshock.” For information, see