“This live stageshow adaptation of Kid Koala’s first graphic novel proves that watching a miniature robot puppet navigate the perils of love can be much more emotional than you’d expect.” —CityMag.com
Known primarily from his work with Gorillaz, DJ, musician, and graphic novelist Kid Koala captures the sounds of affection, loneliness, and hope in this tender love story about a tone-deaf... Read more →
“...like a crazy dream you just can’t shake. At the center of it all, there’s a furious little heart that pumps equal parts vitriol and grace.” —The Boston Globe
A haunting performance that fuses dance and live vocals, Clear & Sweet integrates Sacred Harp Singing—a living form of spiritual a capella choral singing that is passed down over many generations. Voices meld ... Read more
Soundtrack ‘63 is a multi-media, live music performance that takes the audience back in time with a cultural and artistic retrospective of the Civil Rights Movement from 1963 to the Black Lives Matter Movement.
Originally produced by 651 ARTS and developed by Creative Director Chen Lo, Soundtrack ’63 premiered in ... Read more
Panel discussion with How to Build a Forest artists and local environmental professionals and scientists Dave Baker, Alex Kokler, Monique Verdin about the current pressing environmental issues facing Louisiana.
This special conversation will take place within the installation in the CAC Warehouse.
For this singular performance, New York drag star Joey Arias channels the trailblazing vocalist and jazz legend Billie Holiday in a spectacle of old–Hollywood Big Band glamour, a centennial celebration of the songstress’ birthday.
“Arias has an enthralling voice, capable of many moods and styles, and one of his specialties ... Read more
Double Edge Theatre makes its regional debut with The Grand Parade—an amalgamation of movement, text, and fleeting images that evoke the mythology of the 20th century. Equal parts circus, vaudeville, and magical realism, this performance perfectly encompasses humanity’s simultaneous predilection towards creation and destruction in the pursuit of progress.
Genre-defying theater company Rude Mechanicals merges themes of evolutionary biology, murder mystery theater, and gaming with Now Now Oh Now, an interactive puzzle of a piece that calls to the inner nerd in us all.
“The sense of discovery is the play’s greatest strength ... Now Now Oh Now is ... Read more