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National World War II Museum, BB's Stage Door Canteen
$25-$60

Female vocal trio reminiscent of The Andrews Sisters and other groups of the war era, with a repertoire of 1940s and patriotic tunes, with lunch and brunch options. www.nationalww2museum Read more

Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden
$12-$28

The NOLA Project stages a sequel to "A Midsummer Night's Dream," the true story of Jacob, the changeling boy who Oberon and Titania quarreled over many years ago, unexpectedly learns he is the lost son of the king of India. Jacob must now flee his fairy-world homestead to escape the pursuit … Read more

Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden
$12-$28

The NOLA Project stages a sequel to "A Midsummer Night's Dream," the true story of Jacob, the changeling boy who Oberon and Titania quarreled over many years ago, unexpectedly learns he is the lost son of the king of India. Jacob must now flee his fairy-world homestead to escape the pursuit … Read more

Fortress of Lushington
$10-$20

Local playwright Kurt Arja Opprecht's romantic comedy of Carlos, the lone survivor of a catastrophic border crossing, and Piper, a woman trying to escape the American Dream.  Read more

The New Movement

It's "American Ninja Warrior" mixed with an episode of "Saturday Night Live" and a dash of "Who's Line Is It Anyway?" — a blend of formats randomly jammed together, executed by a team experienced performers. Read more

Loyola University New Orleans, Monroe Hall, Nunemaker Auditorium
$25

One-woman show written and performed by Ayanna Molina, author of the autobiography about the impact of childhood trauma and the journey to healing, withe music by Xavier Molina. Part of the Womanifest 10. www.truelovemovement.com Read more

Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden
$12-$28

The NOLA Project stages a sequel to "A Midsummer Night's Dream," the true story of Jacob, the changeling boy who Oberon and Titania quarreled over many years ago, unexpectedly learns he is the lost son of the king of India. Jacob must now flee his fairy-world homestead to escape the pursuit … Read more

Southern Rep Theatre
$25-$45

Troi Bechet brings a legend to life in this new celebration of Mahalia Jackson, queen of gospel, from her early days in a shotgun shack in New Orleans to her international success as a singer and civil rights leader. Bechet wrote and stars in the story and song that illuminates the struggles… Read more

Teatro Wego!
$20-$35

Jefferson Performing Arts Society presents the premiere of Glyn Bailey's story of an insufferable soprano nearing the end of her career who battles a young rival, an old lover and the homicidal chorus of a financially failing opera house, ultimately confronting the ghosts of her past.  Read more

National World War II Museum, BB's Stage Door Canteen
$29-$64

Spenser Racca, one of the original Stage Door Idol winners, brings "Ol' Blue Eyes" back with hits such as "Fly Me to the Moon," "I've Got You Under My Skin" and "Come Fly With Me." Dinner options available. www.nationalww2museum.org Read more

Fortress of Lushington
$10-$20

Local playwright Kurt Arja Opprecht's romantic comedy of Carlos, the lone survivor of a catastrophic border crossing, and Piper, a woman trying to escape the American Dream.  Read more

date nightaccessible21 and overbudgetcontributedfree
Voodoo Lounge
Free

Local and touring comedians offer an evening of comedy and self-exploration, with stand-up sets followed by pop psychoanalysis; hosted by Dr. Isaac Kozell and Dr. Andrew Healan. Read more

date nightaccessible21 and overcontributed
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

Southern Rep Theatre
$25-$45

Troi Bechet brings a legend to life in this new celebration of Mahalia Jackson, queen of gospel, from her early days in a shotgun shack in New Orleans to her international success as a singer and civil rights leader. Bechet wrote and stars in the story and song that illuminates the struggles… Read more

Teatro Wego!
$20-$35

Jefferson Performing Arts Society presents the premiere of Glyn Bailey's story of an insufferable soprano nearing the end of her career who battles a young rival, an old lover and the homicidal chorus of a financially failing opera house, ultimately confronting the ghosts of her past.  Read more

National World War II Museum, BB's Stage Door Canteen
$29-$64

Spenser Racca, one of the original Stage Door Idol winners, brings "Ol' Blue Eyes" back with hits such as "Fly Me to the Moon," "I've Got You Under My Skin" and "Come Fly With Me." Dinner options available. www.nationalww2museum.org Read more

Fortress of Lushington
$10-$20

Local playwright Kurt Arja Opprecht's romantic comedy of Carlos, the lone survivor of a catastrophic border crossing, and Piper, a woman trying to escape the American Dream.  Read more

Teatro Wego!
$20-$35

Jefferson Performing Arts Society presents the premiere of Glyn Bailey's story of an insufferable soprano nearing the end of her career who battles a young rival, an old lover and the homicidal chorus of a financially failing opera house, ultimately confronting the ghosts of her past.  Read more

National World War II Museum, BB's Stage Door Canteen
$29-$64

Spenser Racca, one of the original Stage Door Idol winners, brings "Ol' Blue Eyes" back with hits such as "Fly Me to the Moon," "I've Got You Under My Skin" and "Come Fly With Me." Dinner options available. www.nationalww2museum.org Read more

Southern Rep Theatre
$25-$45

Troi Bechet brings a legend to life in this new celebration of Mahalia Jackson, queen of gospel, from her early days in a shotgun shack in New Orleans to her international success as a singer and civil rights leader. Bechet wrote and stars in the story and song that illuminates the struggles… Read more

Monkey Hill Bar
$15

Cabaret show featuring Philip Melancon, Heidi Melancon and Hector Ventura, featuring the works of the prolific French composer and Oscar winner Michel Legrand, including "Summer of '42," Brian's Song," "What Are You doing the Rest of Your Life" and "The Windmills of Your Mind." (504) 202-0986. Read more

Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden
$12-$28

The NOLA Project stages a sequel to "A Midsummer Night's Dream," the true story of Jacob, the changeling boy who Oberon and Titania quarreled over many years ago, unexpectedly learns he is the lost son of the king of India. Jacob must now flee his fairy-world homestead to escape the pursuit … Read more

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