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  • Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
    Audubon Aquarium of the Americas is part of the Audubon Nature Institute Foundation, which is a 501(c)3 organization. Their goal is to provide beautiful museums and parks for families to enjoy. A part of their vision is educating the population about the wonders of nature and how to properly care for our natural resources. They’re also dedicated to preserving the natural habitats of the state of Louisiana. Each year, the foundation works to protect wildlife through conservation and research programs. Through excellent stewardship, the organization also seeks to be financially independent while creating an amazing and memorable experience for guests. There are a number of parks and recreational venues that are a part of the Audubon experience, such as the Audubon Zoo, Audubon Park & Riverview, Woldenberg Riverfront Park, and the Audubon Wilderness Park.
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    1 Canal Street
    New Orleans, LA US
  • The Plant Gallery
    Family owned and operated for 20 years, The Plant Gallery is a one-stop shop for stem-related goodies, which makes finding gorgeous greenery as easy as not watering a cactus. Shelves are stocked with pre-made, holiday, customizable, and rentable floral arrangements, as well as interior and exterior plants and fountains. Bedazzle eyes with a sunny burst of Tall Magic ($150), an arrangement of Sunflowers, Dahlias, Roses, Lilies, Bittersweet, Amaranths, Sorghum, and Hydrangea, or make a sweetie blush with a classic bundle of pink roses ($65 for a dozen).
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    333 Canal Street
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Atno Presents Improv 7 Late Night Comedy
    Joy Theatre straps young comedians to a fully packed parachute of theatre fundamentals?confidence, improvisation, acting, sketch comedy, stage fighting, character development, and more?before giving these young talents a chance to jump onstage in front of a live audience. Most classes meet on weekends and offer students the opportunity to perform in one of the theatre's Saturday or Sunday shows, which are open to the public. Kids 4?11 meet on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 3 p.m. for the Giggle Gaggle class (with performances starting at 2 p.m. and running the last hour of class); the older set, ages 12?19, meets on Saturdays and Sundays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. for their own Detention Span class and performance. Shy comedians and outgoing gorillas keeping a low profile in people suits can sign up for The Sunday Funnies. This class for ages 4?19 teaches all the essentials of improvisational comedy through games in a fun and welcoming environment. Instead of a weekly performance, Sunday Funnies keeps young stars in demand with a live performance every 10 weeks.
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    1200 Canal St.
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Prytania Theatre
    The Prytania Theatre is proud to be the oldest movie theater in New Orleans and was built in 1914. Since then, it has undergone many renovations and updates but is still a locally owned and operated theater where patrons can enjoy personalized care and service. The Prytania has enjoyed an illustrious history and in 1927, the theater opened a silent film called “Upstage” with Norma Shearer. More recently, The Prytania hosted the New Orleans Film Festival and usually shows the nominated films. In 2012, Brad Pitt visited the theater to view a film. Though it has seen many tragedies and successes over the years, it remains an iconic structure in the New Orleans area. The theater is located at 5339 Prytania Street in New Orleans, Louisiana. Please visit their website for show times and events.
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    5339 Prytania Street
    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

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