Gambit Stage Picks!

Upcoming Shows

Cafe Luke
$25-$45

One of the classics of the American stage, Neil Simon's comedy about a miss-matched duo will be the featured show at the theater, with options for buffet dinner or dessert with the production at 8 p.m. www.cafeluke.com Read more

Mount Olivet Episcopal Church
$20-$25

The new Mighty Lincoln Company presents a show about two couples get together for dinner to sign guardianship papers in case the older couple's plane goes down on their trip to Copenhagen, but uninvited guests show up and this might not be as simple as a trip overseas. Lasagna will be served… Read more

National World War II Museum, BB's Stage Door Canteen
$25-$30

The story of a Holocaust survivor and an Irish immigrant meet hours before their American naturalization ceremony, forge a connection and learn they have more similarities than differences, based in part on survivor testimony. www.nationalww2museum.org Read more

St. Philip Neri School
$5-$10

The St. Philip Neri Summer Drama Program presents the story of a lovable orphan who melts the heart of a New York industrialist during the Depression in this young adaptation of the Broadway musical. (504) 382-5481 or amydufrechou@cox.net Read more

St. John Theatre
$10-$15

The '50s come alive in this musical of high school fun and romance presented by the St. John Theatre, with such memorable tunes as "Grease," " Summer Nights," "You're the One That I Want." www.stjohntheatre.com Read more

Lupin Theatre
$20-$50

The New Orleans Shakespeare Festival presents one of the Bard's most popular pieces about the prince of Denmark, revenge and ghosts. www.neworleansshakespeare.org Read more

Southern Rep Theatre
$25-$40

Written and performed by Nairoby Otero, the solo show tackles what is means to be Cuban, an immigrant and American, based on historical events, intertwined with struggles faced by Cuban families in the early 1970s to mid-1980s seeking political asylum. www.southernrep.com Read more

Cutting Edge Theater
$28.50-$32.50

Love, life and death play out in a hair salon in the a tiny north Louisiana town as six women hit the highs and lows, with cut, color and perm in this hilarious and tear-jerking tale. www.cuttingedgetheater.com Read more

date night accessible 21 and over contributed
The Jazz Playhouse at the Royal Sonesta
$20

A modern twist on a classic burlesque show with a live band in an immersive speakeasy environment with s Trixie Minx co-staring with a rotating cast of special guests, with vocals of Romy Kaye and the Mercy Buckets. www.sonesta.com/jazzplayhouse. Read more

Cafe Luke
$25-$45

One of the classics of the American stage, Neil Simon's comedy about a miss-matched duo will be the featured show at the theater, with options for buffet dinner or dessert with the production at 8 p.m. www.cafeluke.com Read more

Mount Olivet Episcopal Church
$20-$25

The new Mighty Lincoln Company presents a show about two couples get together for dinner to sign guardianship papers in case the older couple's plane goes down on their trip to Copenhagen, but uninvited guests show up and this might not be as simple as a trip overseas. Lasagna will be served… Read more

St. Philip Neri School
$5-$10

The St. Philip Neri Summer Drama Program presents the story of a lovable orphan who melts the heart of a New York industrialist during the Depression in this young adaptation of the Broadway musical. (504) 382-5481 or amydufrechou@cox.net Read more

St. John Theatre
$10-$15

The '50s come alive in this musical of high school fun and romance presented by the St. John Theatre, with such memorable tunes as "Grease," " Summer Nights," "You're the One That I Want." www.stjohntheatre.com Read more

Lupin Theatre
$20-$50

The New Orleans Shakespeare Festival presents one of the Bard's most popular pieces about the prince of Denmark, revenge and ghosts. www.neworleansshakespeare.org Read more

Southern Rep Theatre
$25-$40

Written and performed by Nairoby Otero, the solo show tackles what is means to be Cuban, an immigrant and American, based on historical events, intertwined with struggles faced by Cuban families in the early 1970s to mid-1980s seeking political asylum. www.southernrep.com Read more

30 by Ninety Theatre
$14-$19

Robert Harling's homage to his late sister is a Louisiana-set tale in a beauty shop with the laughs, loves and lives of six women as they face "laughter through tears -- my favorite emotion." www.30byninety.com Read more

Cutting Edge Theater
$28.50-$32.50

Love, life and death play out in a hair salon in the a tiny north Louisiana town as six women hit the highs and lows, with cut, color and perm in this hilarious and tear-jerking tale. www.cuttingedgetheater.com Read more

Lupin Theatre
$20-$50

The New Orleans Shakespeare Festival presents one of the Bard's most popular pieces about the prince of Denmark, revenge and ghosts. www.neworleansshakespeare.org Read more

St. Philip Neri School
$5-$10

The St. Philip Neri Summer Drama Program presents the story of a lovable orphan who melts the heart of a New York industrialist during the Depression in this young adaptation of the Broadway musical. (504) 382-5481 or amydufrechou@cox.net Read more

St. John Theatre
$10-$15

The '50s come alive in this musical of high school fun and romance presented by the St. John Theatre, with such memorable tunes as "Grease," " Summer Nights," "You're the One That I Want." www.stjohntheatre.com Read more

30 by Ninety Theatre
$14-$19

Robert Harling's homage to his late sister is a Louisiana-set tale in a beauty shop with the laughs, loves and lives of six women as they face "laughter through tears -- my favorite emotion." www.30byninety.com Read more

Southern Rep Theatre
$25

Mark Broyard and Roger Guenveur Smith’s musically inspired duet, an ever-fluid, largely improvised meditation on Creole culture that takes on supremacists of all stripes, armed with fine-toothed combs, brown paper bags and hot sauce-infused holy water. Read more

Southern Rep Theatre
$25-$40

Written and performed by Nairoby Otero, the solo show tackles what is means to be Cuban, an immigrant and American, based on historical events, intertwined with struggles faced by Cuban families in the early 1970s to mid-1980s seeking political asylum. www.southernrep.com Read more

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