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  • Southern Rep Theatre
    A smash off-Broadway hit, The Piano Teacher tells the haunting tale of the sweetly maternal Mrs. K, a piano teacher whose past may be much darker than her cookie-chomping demeanor reveals. Penned by Susan Smith Blackburn Prize recipient Julia Cho, directed by Mark Routhier, and performed by a collection of top local and national talent, The Piano Teacher presents audiences with a riveting amalgam of suspense and storytelling prowess.
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    365 Canal Street
    New Orleans, LA US
  • La Nuit Theater
    La Nuit Comedy Theater in New Orleans offers flavorful eats and tasty desserts. With its kid-friendly vibe, La Nuit Comedy Theater is a great spot for families to chow down. Tap your foot to La Nuit Comedy Theater's tunes — live performances are often showcased here. If you're heading out on a Friday or Saturday, keep in mind that the restaurant gets busy. Get in and out of the car quickly with no-hassle parking located all around the restaurant.
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    5039 Freret St.
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Anthony Bean Community Theater and Acting School
    Anthony Bean wanted to leave a mark on his community, and when he saw his community lacked a proper outlet for theater, he created one. Since 2000, Anthony Bean Theater has worked with local citizens of all ages and skill levels to become actors, design sets, and manage the establishment. Ten years later, the Arts Council of New Orleans honored the theater with a Community Arts Award, which recognized Bean's contribution to the arts in his neighborhood.
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    1333 S Carrollton Ave
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Crazy Dave's Daiquiries and Grill
    A name like Crazy Dave's Daiquiri Bar and Grill carries with it certain expectations. One wouldn’t be surprised, for example, to hear that raucous crowds regularly descend on the bar to cheer for their favorite sports teams. Nor would it seem strange to spot a funky band or a karaoke diva on the restaurant’s stage. There is one thing that Crazy Dave’s takes seriously, however: its daiquiris. Twelve flavors of daiquiris blend into 28 combinations with whimsical names such as the Flamingo—strawberry and piña colada—and the Mr. Wonderful—white russian, strawberry, and amaretto. The grill offers a hot and spicy counterpoint to the blended drinks’ chill with its Southern-style po’ boys and seafood. All entrees come with fries or beer-battered onion rings, which double as lifesavers in the event that someone falls into a gallon-size jug of daiquiri.
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    28293 South Frost Road
    Livingston, LA US
  • Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre
    For more than fifty years, the acclaimed Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre has brought classical and contemporary dance to the delta. Each season includes productions from their local company and traveling troupes, ensuring an artistically eclectic mix of shows that might see Cinderella hosted alongside a modern premiere. An annual staging of The Nutcracker – A Tale from the Bayou puts a local spin on a holiday favorite by transporting the timeless fairy tale to 19th century Louisiana, an era when the state was known for its large population of wooden soldiers.
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    275 South River Road
    Baton Rouge, LA US
  • TC Dance Club International
    The certified teachers at TC Dance Club International recognize that people dance for all kinds of reasons; accordingly, they structure different programs to meet the needs of everyone from casual dancers hoping to light up the dance floor at an upcoming party to perfectionists in the pursuit of lifelong grace. Their lessons incorporate a multitude of styles, including tango, merengue, foxtrot, and rain dances. On Friday nights, students can practice what they've learned in dance parties, which are set to premade mixes in a room with dimmed lights and an open bar.
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    3335 Government St
    Baton Rouge, LA US

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