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Scandalous laughter, a good scare, and a New Orleans’ tall tale are the foundation of The Theatre at St. Claude.


An October to Die For

The Theatre at St. Claude proudly announces a month of Halloween programming that offers fun for the whole family… if your family is The Addams’ Family.  Turn on your nightlight, because laughter and chills are on the bill. A comedy fest, a blood soaked burlesque, tiny tales of terror, and an-election-under-the-bed are all coming this

Photo by Melisa Cardona

Gambit: “Alleged Lesbian Activities: The nostalgic play remembers a pivotal time in New Orleans’ gay history”

Mary Rickard, Gambit Weekly: “The title Alleged Lesbian Activities might suggest a flamboyant show, but that is only partly right. Based on oral histories about coming out in the 1960s and 1970s, its tone is bittersweet. The nostalgic play, focusing on a New Orleans “dyke” bar, reminisces about a pivotal time in New Orleans’ gay history….”  

Nola review

Video from Looking At A Broad via NOLA.COM has a great video from Rebecca Mwase’s Looking at a Broad! “Rebecca Mwase presents an excerpt of her solo performance Looking At A Broad spoken under scenes from her theater performance. The show brings the audience along on her journey around the globe seeking home within her body. Through narrative and movement, she explores and

Jim Fitzmorris in Be A New Orleanian

On Be A New Orleanian: “He eloquently breaks down the media’s “N’awlins narrative” of indulgence without consequences and writes a love letter to the small moments that make New Orleans great.”

      A great review from Tyler Gillespie from “At the beginning of Be a New Orleanian: A Swearing-In Ceremony, Jim Fitzmorris seems angry. He grew up in the city and says that over the years he has participated in countless debates about who is and is not a New Orleanian — conversations


Curtain rises on new theater team in Marigny – The Advocate

“The Marigny Theatre, in the heart of the trendy St. Claude entertainment district, is under new management and plans to announce its premiere season in August. Major renovations are being completed, though detail work is still planned. But tonight, the theater pauses its overhaul to welcome patrons for the already-scheduled “Strays,” an original play by