NOVEMBER Through the 2nd  Assassins | Fri.-Sat. at 8 p.m., Sun. at 2 p.m. By Stephen Sondheim, directed by A.J. Allegra. Presented by The NOLA Project (504.304.3753, www.nolaproject.com), this musical features a fresh mix of local and New York talent. Muriel’s Cabaret Stage at Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre, 616 St. Peters St., New Orleans, 504.522.2081, www.lepetittheatre.com. 
Through the 8th
Erik the 14th | By August Strindberg. Cripple Creek Theatre Company, www.cripplecreekplayers.org, www.seeaplay.org. 
Through the 9th
Fabulation, or the Re-Education of Undine | Written by Lynn Nottage, this is a Louisiana premiere. Anthony Bean Community Theater, 1333 South Carrollton Ave., New Orleans, 504-862-7529, www.anthonybeantheater.com.
The Dark End of Day (original play by Whitney Buss) and The Chairs (by Eugene Ionesco) | Robert E. Nims Theatre (call for dates/times). An existential double bill directed by guest artist Rodney Hudson. University of New Orleans Department of Film, Theatre, and Communication Arts, 2000 Lakeshore Drive, PAC, Room 307, New Orleans, 504.280.7469, http://ftca.uno.edu.
Through the 16th
Over the River and Through the Woods | Directed by Dane Rhodes. One of the most touching modern American comedies examines food, fidelity and family in Hoboken, N.J. The Joe Pietro comedy is a heart-warming tug-of-war between ambition and meatballs. Rivertown Repertory Theatre, 325 Minor St. (Rivertown), Kenner, 504-468-7221, www.rivertownkenner.com/theatre.html
Return to the Forbidden Planet | Directed by Claire
Van Cott, choreographed by Lynne Lawrence. Regional premier of this uproarious sci-fi take on Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” and the 1950’s cult film classic “Forbidden Planet.” Westwego Performing Arts Theatre, 177 Sala Ave., Westwego, 504-371-3330, www.jpas.org .
November 1
Symphonic Tango | 8 p.m., Dixon Hall, Tulane University. Experience the heat of Latin Grammy-winner Raul Jaurena. Learn to tango at 7 p.m. Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, 504.523.6530, www.lpomusic.com.
November 3
Richard Goode | The pianist returns to the local concert stage after a long absence. New Orleans Friends of Music, at Dixon Hall, Tulane University. Reserve at 504-895-0690 or margieheart@bellsouth.net; www.friendsofmusic.org.
November 5- December 7 The Seafarer | Thurs.-Sat. at 8 p.m., Sun. at 3 p.m. Regional premiere of a surprisingly funny tall tale of redemption. Sharkey and his blind brother are set to play some boozy Christmas Eve poker in their dingy Dublin flat when old friends stop by with a darkly mystifying guest. Southern Rep Theatre, 333 Canal Place (third floor), New Orleans, 504.522.6545, www.southernrep.com.
November 6 Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1 | 7:30 p.m., Roussel Hall, Loyola University. Klauspeter Seibel leads soloist Markus Groh. Also, Lera Auerbach’s Symphony No. 1 “Chimera.” Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, 504.523.6530, www.lpomusic.com.
November 6-15
The Altos | 8 p.m. at Rocky and Carlo’s Sicilian Room, 813 W. St. Bernard Highway, Chalmette. (Pre-show dinner.) The longest running murder mystery in St. Bernard history, about a ‘mob’ family that’s “like the soprano’s, only lower,” will return to the stage. Shine Productions, 504-301-0687, 504-666-1220, www.shinepresents.com.
November 6-23
love letters | A Pulitzer Prize-nominated play by A.R. Gurney that centers on two characters who come late to an important realization. Actor’s Theatre of New Orleans, second floor of the WTIX-FM building at 4539 N. I-10 Service Rd., behind Target at Clearview Mall, 504.456.4111, www.actorstheatreofneworleans.com.
November 7-8
Teen Troupe | Talented young performers strut their stuff. North Star Theatre, 347 Girod St., Mandeville, 985.626.1500, http://northstartheatre.com 
November 7-15
Spinning Into Butter | Fri.-Sat. at 8 p.m., Nov. 9 at 2 p.m., Marquette Theatre. By Rebecca Gilman, directed by Laura Hope.
A searing, comic expose of political correctness at a small college.
Loyola University, Department of Theatre Arts and Dance, 6363 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, 504-865-2074/504.865.3840, www.mfa.loyno.edu/theatrearts/
November 7-23
Arsenic and Old Lace | Directed by Weston Twardowski and Frank Levy, the Joseph Kesserling comedy follows Mortimer Brewster, who hates his job, has a smart, beautiful fiancée and two doting aunts. Playmakers Theater, 19106 Playmakers Rd. (off Lee Road), Covington, 985-893-1671, www.playmakersinc.com.
November 7-23
One Piece | By Randy Bibb. New Orleans’ own tour guide extraordinaire has fashioned an original muscial parody of those old Esther Williams/Judy Garland MGM movie musicals we all know and love. Or do we? Presented by To Do Productions, weekends at Marigny Theatre, 1030 Marigny, New Orleans, 504-218-8559, www.marignytheatre.org.
November 8
Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1 | 8 p.m., Roussel Hall, Loyola University. Klauspeter Seibel leads soloist Markus Groh. Also, Lera Auerbach’s Symphony No. 1 “Chimera.” Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, 504.523.6530, www.lpomusic.com. 
November 9
Fleur de Tease | A premiere variety burlesque revue. One Eyed Jacks, 615 Toulouse St., New Orleans, 50-569-8361, 504-975-1245, www.fleurdetease.com.
November 14, 16
Don Giovanni | Nov. 14 at 8 p.m., Nov. 16 at 2:30 p.m., at McAlister Auditorium, Tulane University, New Orleans. Mozart’s masterpiece reigns as one of the most frequently performed operas in the world. Matthew Lata directs a modern look at the theatrical gem; Garrett Keast conducts; featuring baritone Lucas Meachem, soprano Juliana DiGiacomo, soprano Yali-Marie William, tenor Chad Johnson, bass Daniel Mobbs, soprano Maureen McKay and baritone Kenneth Weber. New Orleans Opera Association, 504-529-3000 or 1-800-881-4459, www.neworleansopera.org.
An Evening of Dance | Nov. 14-15, 8 p.m., Nov. 16, 2 p.m., Dixon Auditorium. By Newcomb Dance Company; Alice Pascal Escher, artistic director. Tulane University Department of Theatre & Dance, 504.865.5106, www.tulane.edu/~theatre.
November 14-23
Le Chat Noir New Plays Festival | Ten original short plays set in contemporary New Orleans. Carl Walker directs this always fresh and surprising annual production from scripts by New Orleans writers. (In conjunction with the NOLA Fringe Festival.) Le Chat Noir Cabaret Theater, 715 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans (between Poydras and Julia Streets), 504-581-5812, www.cabaretlechatnoir.com.
November 14-30
Side Man |  By Warren Leight. The NOLA Project teams up with InSideOut Productions’ Ashley Ricord and Michael Santos in an award-winning drama about a  musician’s family and the struggle to maintain stability in the world of jazz. Sat.-Sun. at 2 p.m., on Muriel’s Cabaret Stage at Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre, 616 St. Peter St. (on Jackson Square in the French Quarter), New Orleans, 504-522-2081, www.lepetittheatre.com.
November 15
The Wonder Bread Years | 7:30 p.m. A fast-paced, hilarious salute to Baby Boomers that gracefully walks the line between stand-up comedy and theater. Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts, 220 E. Thomas St., Hammond, 985.543.4371, www.columbiatheatre.org.
November 18-22
The Mousetrap | 2 and 8 p.m., Lupin Theater. Agatha Christie’s country house murder mystery, directed by Antony Sandoval. Tulane University Department of Theatre & Dance, New Orleans, 504.865.5106, www.tulane.edu/~theatre.
November 20-24
Beethoven No. 4 | 7:30 p.m., First Baptist Church, New Orleans. Also, Debussy’s “La Mer” and Mozart’s “Piano Concerto No. 12.” Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, 504.523.6530, www.lpomusic.com. 
November 21-22
Trey McIntyre Project | 8 p.m. at Tulane’s Dixon Hall. In a world premiere commissioned by NOBA, Trey McIntyre, known for his “fear-factor” ballet moves, partners with NOBA on a new, commissioned work. New Orleans Ballet Association, One Lee Circle, New Orleans, 504-522-0996, www.nobadance.com.
November 21-December 7
Crimes of the Heart | Cassie Steck-Worley directs the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Beth Henley. Three sisters reunite at Granddaddy’s Mississippi home after the youngest sister has shot her abusive husband. Resentments bubble to the surface as they’re forced to deal with past
relationships. Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre, 616 St. Peter St.
(on Jackson Square in the French Quarter), New Orleans, 504-522-2081, www.lepetittheatre.com.
November 28
Annie | (Call for dates/times.) One of the most popular musicals ever. North Star Theatre, 347 Girod St., Mandeville, 985.626.1500,  http://northstartheatre.com.
November 28-December 14
A Christmas Carol | Slidell Little Theatre, 2024 Nellie Drive, Slidell, 985-643-0556/985-641-0324, www.slidell-slt.org.
November 29-30
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever | By Barbara Robinson, directed by Claire Van Cott. A hilarious holiday tale of a replacement director struggling to put on the annual church Christmas pageant and faced with casting the most inventively awful kids in history. Sat. at 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Sun. at 2 p.m. Westwego Performing Arts Theatre, 177 Sala Ave., Westwego, 504-371-3330, www.jpas.org.
November 30
Old World, New World (Christmas performance, with Vox Feminae) | 3 p.m., St. Joseph Abbey Church, Covington. New Orleans Musica da Camera, 504-895-1972, www.nomdc.org/More.html.
December
through 7th The Seafarer | Thurs.-Sat. at 8 p.m., Sun. at 3 p.m. Regional premiere of a surprisingly funny tall tale of redemption. Sharkey and his blind brother are set to play some boozy Christmas Eve poker in their dingy Dublin flat when old friends stop by with a darkly mystifying guest. Southern Rep Theatre, 333 Canal Place (third floor), New Orleans, 504.522.6545, www.southernrep.com. through 14th
Crimes of the Heart | Cassie Steck-Worley directs the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Beth Henley. Three sisters reunite at Granddaddy’s Mississippi home after the youngest sister has shot her abusive husband. Resentments bubble to the surface as they’re forced to deal with past relationships. Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre, 616 St. Peter St. (on Jackson Square in the French Quarter), New Orleans, 504-522-2081, www.lepetittheatre.com.
through 14th
A Christmas Carol | Slidell Little Theatre, 2024 Nellie Drive, Slidell,  985-643-0556/985-641-0324, www.slidell-slt.org.
December 1
The Weilerstein Trio | The acclaimed trio in residence at the New England Conservatory of Music, featuring rising star Alisa Weilerstein as cellist, will present the third offering of the season. New Orleans Friends of Music, at Dixon Hall, Tulane University, 504-895-0690, www.friendsofmusic.org.
December 2
Nutcracker Children’s Concert Series | 9:30 and 11:30 a.m. at Loyola University. Special student performances tailored for a young audience. A narrator walks children through the story as they see the professional dancers and elaborate costumes. School and youth groups ages 4-18 are invited at a discounted ticket price. Delta Festival Ballet, 3351 Severn Ave., Suite 304A, Metairie, 504-888-0931, www.deltafestivalballet.com.
December 3-4
Senior Project One-Act Festival | 7 p.m., Lower Depths Theatre. Loyola University, Department of Theatre Arts and Dance, 6363 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, 504-865-2074/504.865.3840,  www.mfa.loyno.edu/theatrearts/
December 3-7
Miss Margarida’s Way | By Robert Athayde, directed by guest artist Rodney Hudson. You are sure to be taunted by biology teacher Miss Margarida as the audience assumes the role of her classroom students. (evenings at 7:30 p.m., matinees at 2:30 p.m.): Lab Theatre, University of New Orleans Department of Film, Theatre and Communication Arts, 2000 Lakeshore Drive, New Orleans, 504.280.SHOW (7469), http://ftca.uno.edu.
December 4
Holiday Concert | 7:30 p.m., Pontchartrain Center, Hall A, Kenner. Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, 504.523.6530, www.lpomusic.com. 
December 4-24
Christmas at the Crawfords | Presented by Marigny Theatre Company. Marigny Theatre, 1030 Marigny, New Orleans, 504-218-8559, www.marignytheatre.org.
December 5
Nutcracker Children’s Concert Series | 9:30 a.m. at Northshore Harbor Center. Special student performance tailored for a young audience. A narrator walks children through the story as they see the professional dancers and elaborate costumes. School and youth groups ages 4-18 are invited at a discounted ticket price. Delta Festival Ballet, 3351 Severn Ave., Suite 304A, Metairie, 504-888-0931, www.deltafestivalballet.com.
December 5-14
Miracle on 34th Street | Directed by Janet Shea. When the real Santa Claus takes on the job as Macy’s Santa, it takes the faith of a child to convince the grown-ups to believe in the spirit of Christmas. Jefferson Performing Arts Center, 400 Phlox St., Metairie, 504-885-2000, www.jpas.org. 
December 5-21
A Christmas Carol — The Whole Story | Written and directed by René J.F. Piazza. Infamous Ebenezer Scrooge just wants peace and quiet on Christmas Eve, but how can he get it with the Cratchit’s, ghosts, Hansel and Gretel, a hungry wolf, an angry witch and Cinderella to deal with? Actor’s Theatre of New Orleans, 4539 N. I -10 Service Rd., Suite 200, Metairie, 504.456.4111, www.actorstheatreofneworleans.com
December 5-27
Grenadine McGunkle’s Double-Wide Christmas | Beloved trailer park maven Grenadine McGunkle attempts to pull together one of her famed Christmas Eve interfaith tailgate musical extravaganzas. Fri.-Sat. at 7 p.m., at One Eyed Jacks, 615 Toulouse St., New Orleans. 
December 5-28
Scrooge in Rouge | The original musical comedy for the holidays returns by popular demand. Ricky Graham, Jeff Roberson and Yvette Hargis play a dazzling array of characters and loosely follow the traditional story line. Le Chat Noir Cabaret Theater, 715 St. Charles Ave. (between Poydras and Julia Streets), New Orleans, 504-581-5812, www.cabaretlechatnoir.com.
December 5-7
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever | By Barbara Robinson, directed by Claire Van Cott. A hilarious holiday tale of a replacement director struggling to put on the annual church Christmas pageant and faced with casting the most inventively awful kids in history. Sat. at 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Sun. at 2 p.m. Westwego Performing Arts Theatre, 177 Sala Ave., Westwego, 504-371-3330, www.jpas.org.
December 5-7 Nutcracker, with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra | 2 p.m., Northshore Harbor Center, Slidell. Delta Festival Ballet’s 27th production of the holiday classic stars New Orleans native Janessa Touchet and her partner, the acclaimed Joseph Phillips. A cast of 130 local children join professional dancers with beautiful costumes and elaborate sets. Delta Festival Ballet, 3351 Severn Ave., Suite 304A, Metairie, 504-888-0931, www.deltafestivalballet.com.
December 7
Old World, New World (Christmas performance, with Vox Feminae) | 3 p.m., Ursuline Chapel, 2701 State St., New Orleans, New Orleans Musica da Camera, 504-895-1972, www.nomdc.org/More.html.
December 11
Christmas Oratorio (Bach) | 7:30 p.m., Trinity Episcopal Church. With the Symphony Chorus of New Orleans and vocal soloists. Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, 504.523.6530, www.lpomusic.com. 
December 12
Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra Holiday Concert | 7:30 p.m. Favorite classics and carols, with an audience sing-along. Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts, 220 E. Thomas St., Hammond, 985.543.4371, www.columbiatheatre.org.
December 12
Fleur de Tease | A premiere variety burlesque revue, at One Eyed Jack’s, 615 Toulouse St. in the French Quarter. Fleur de Tease Burlesque Revue, 504-975-1245, www.fleurdetease.com.
December 12-14
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever | A holiday comedy by Barbara Robinson, directed by Maya Levy. The Herdmans are absolutely the worst kids in the history of the world, and no one is prepared when they invade church one Sunday to take over the annual Christmas pageant. Playmakers Theater, 19106 Playmakers Rd. (off Lee Road), Covington, 985-893-1671, www.playmakersinc.com.
December 12-21 Jamal’s Special Christmas Gift | World premiere of a hip hop Christmas story by Anthony Bean. As the world prepares to celebrate Christmas, an inner-city youth petitions God to change the world for the better or let someone else run it. The lesson he learns will alter his life. Anthony Bean Community Theater, 1333 South Carrollton Ave., New Orleans, 504-862-7529, www.anthonybeantheater.com | http://208.106.165.75/Main.cfm
December 13
Christmas Oratorio (Bach) | 8 p.m., Trinity Episcopal Church. With the Symphony Chorus of New Orleans and vocal soloists. Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, 504.523.6530, www.lpomusic.com. 
December 14
Old World, New World (Christmas performance, with Vox Feminae) | 3 p.m. Holy Name of Mary Church, 500 Eliza St., Algiers. New Orleans Musica da Camera, 504-895-1972, www.nomdc.org/More.html.
Messiah | 7:30 p.m., First Baptist Church, New Orleans. Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, 504.523.6530, www.lpomusic.com. 
December 19-21
Nutcracker, with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra | Delta Festival Ballet’s 27th production of the holiday classic stars New Orleans native Janessa Touchet and her partner, the acclaimed Joseph Phillips. A cast of 130 local children join the professional dancers with beautiful costumes and elaborate sets. Dec. 19 at 7 p.m., Dec. 20 at 2 and 7 p.m., Dec. 21 at 2 p.m., Dixon Hall, Tulane University, New Orleans. Delta Festival Ballet, 504-888-0931, www.deltafestivalballet.com. 
JANUARY
January 2-18
The Renew Revue | Ricky Graham, Yvette Hargis, Mandy Zirkenbach,  Matthew Mickal and Jefferson Turner. Le Chat Noir Cabaret Theater, 715 St. Charles Ave. (between Poydras and Julia Streets), New Orleans, 504-581-5812, www.cabaretlechatnoir.com.
January 4
Fleur de Tease | A premiere variety burlesque revue, at One Eyed Jack’s, 615 Toulouse St. in the French Quarter. Fleur de Tease Burlesque Revue, 504-975-1245, www.fleurdetease.com.
January 8-31
We Won’t Pay! We Won’t Pay! | By Dario Fo. Cripple Creek Theatre Company, www.cripplecreekplayers.org, www.seeaplay.org. 
January 7-16 As You Like It (for schools) | Wed.-Fri., 10 a.m.  Remount of the critically acclaimed production from summer 2008 is presented as an educational opportunity for students, as part of a national theater initiative. Presented for public Jan 9., 7:30 p.m. Shakespeare Festival at Tulane, Lupin Theatre, McWilliams Hall and Dixon Hall, Tulane University, New Orleans, 504.865.5015, ext. 2, www.NewOrleansShakespeare.com
January 10
Itzhak Perlman | 8 p.m., Mahalia Jackson Theatre of the Performing Arts. The renowned violinist marks the re-opening of the performance hall. Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, 504.523.6530, www.lpomusic.com. 
January 12
The Escher String Quartet | A young ensemble formed in 2005 has become a world-class string quartet. New Orleans Friends of Music, at Dixon Hall, Tulane University, 504-895-0690, www.friendsofmusic.org.
January 13 Beethoven and Blue Jeans | 6:30 p.m., Mahalia Jackson Theatre of the Performing Arts. Beethoven’s colossal Symphony No. 5. Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, 504.523.6530, www.lpomusic.com.  January 14- February 8
Dying City | By Christopher Shinn, directed by Julie Hamberg. This Pulitzer Prize finalist at first seems a story about the wife and twin brother left grieving after a soldier’s baffling death in Iraq, but the layers peel away to reveal a raw, complex portrait of three people searching for far more than the why of a fatal gun shot. Southern Rep Theatre, 333 Canal Place (third floor), New Orleans, 504.522.6545, www.southernrep.com.
January 16-February 1 The Armstrong Hotel | World premiere of a new comedy written and directed by Dane Rhodes, starring Becky Allen and Sandy Bravender. The LaSalle sisters have spent their lives cleaning a downtown hotel. Just before the World’s Fair, New Orleans is changing into a new type of town. A funny and suprisingly moving story. Rivertown Repertory Theatre, 325 Minor St. (Rivertown), Kenner, 504-468-7221, www.rivertownkenner.com/theatre.html
January 16- February 1
Little Shop of Horrors | Slidell Little Theatre, 2024 Nellie Drive, Slidell, 985-643-0556/985-641-0324, www.slidell-slt.org.
January 16- February 8
All Shook Up | Directed by Gary Rucker, choreographed by Kelly Fouchi. A jukebox musical featuring Elvis Presley and a book by Joe DiPietro with a story based on William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.” Set in 1955 middle America. Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre, 616 St. Peter St. (on Jackson Square in the French Quarter), New Orleans, 504-522-2081, www.lepetittheatre.com.
January 17
Gala Concert with Plácido Domingo | At Mahalia Jackson Theatre for the Performing Arts. To celebrate the much anticipated re-opening of Mahalia Jackson Theatre, the world’s greatest tenor returns to New Orleans to perform and inaugurate the Plácido Domingo Stage. New Orleans Opera Association, 504-529-3000 or 1-800-881-4459, www.neworleansopera.org.
January 23- February 8
Taste | By local playwright Gabrielle Reisman, the work explores the role of food in our relationships as a group of friends prepares and eats a meal. Presented by The NOLA Project. (Check for location and updated details at 504-304-3753 or www.nolaproject.com.)
January 24- February 1
Beauty and the Beast | Directed by Steven Nachamie, choreographed by Lynne Lawrence, conducted by Dennis G. Assaf. Disney’s animated masterpiece attains new life and depth in the Tony-award winning stage version, with a cast of national and local talent. Jefferson Performing Arts Center, 400 Phlox St., Metairie, 504-885-2000, www.jpas.org.
January 29
Pajamas and Play: Max and Ruby | 7 p.m. New musical based on the books by Rosemary Wells and the television program on Nick Jr. and Noggin. Children 10 and under can attend dressed in their PJs. Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts, 220 E. Thomas St., Hammond, 985.543.4371, www.columbiatheatre.org. January 29-30
Brahms Symphony No. 2 | 7:30 p.m., First Baptist Church, New Orleans. Ravel’s colorful “Alborada del Gacioso” opens the program. Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, 504.523.6530, www.lpomusic.com. 
January 30
Marcia Ball | 7:30 p.m. The singer/pianist brings her rollicking, intelligent and  emotional brand of roadhouse blues and heartfelt ballads. Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts, 220 E. Thomas St., Hammond, 985.543.4371, www.columbiatheatre.org.
January 30-31
Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet | 8 p.m. at NOCCA’s Lupin Hall. A special event co-presented by The NOCCA Institute and the New Orleans Ballet Association. 504-940-2900, www.NOCCA.com, 504-522-0996, www.nobadance.com.
January 31
National Shakespeare Competition (New Orleans Region) | Regional  tournament of the English-speaking Union of the United States’ National Shakespeare Competition is open to students in grades 10-12. It is a preliminary to the national competition. Call 504-865-5015, ext. 7 for information. Shakespeare Festival at Tulane, Lupin Theatre, McWilliams Hall and Dixon Hall, Tulane University, New Orleans, 504.865.5015, ext. 2, www.NewOrleansShakespeare.com.
FEBRUARY
Through 1st
Beauty and the Beast | Jan. 24-Feb. 1. Directed by Steven Nachamie, choreographed by Lynne Lawrence, conducted by Dennis G. Assaf. Disney’s animated masterpiece attains new life and depth in the Tony-award winning stage version, with a cast of national and local talent. Jefferson Performing Arts Center, 400 Phlox St., Metairie, 504-885-2000, www.jpas.org.
Through 1st
Little Shop of Horrors | Slidell Little Theatre, 2024 Nellie Drive, Slidell, 985-643-0556/985-641-0324, www.slidell-slt.org.
February 6-7
Verses for Jordan | By Bradley Troll, a staged reading directed by David Hoover. Lab Theatre, University of New Orleans Department of Film, Theatre and Communication Arts, 2000 Lakeshore Drive, New Orleans, 504.280.SHOW (7469),  http://ftca.uno.edu. •

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