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“Rent” drew crowds in October.

Top-quality productions are the mainstay of the century-old theater, which presents shows and special events on the Main Stage and in Muriel’s Cabaret Theatre. Le Petit recently wrapped up its fall production of the Broadway hit “Rent.” Upcoming Performances: Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m. See the Web site or call for updated information. (Parking available at $6 in the Jax Brewery lot at North Peters and Toulouse streets, and at Omni Royal Orleans Hotel’s garage on Chartres Street.) Side Man | Nov. 14-30, Sat.-Sun. at 2 p.m., on Muriel’s Cabaret Stage. 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. Crimes of the Heart | Nov. 21-Dec. 14. 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. All Shook Up | Jan. 16-Feb. 8. Directed by Gary Rucker, choreographed by Kelly Fouchi. A jukebox musical featuring Elvis Presley songs and a book by Joe DiPietro with a story based on William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.” Set in 1955 middle America.

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