Southern Repertory Theatre

Scene from “Mold,” April 2013

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Artistic Director Aimée Hayes invites theater-goers to “take a trip with Southern Rep” as this season’s productions go “on the road” to stages around New Orleans.

UPCOMING:
Pride and Prejudice” (Nov. 13-24). Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Jane Austen novel, Southern Rep presents the beloved story of a strong-willed, independent woman and a handsome man with an intriguing past. At Ursuline Academy Theater, 2635 State St., New Orleans.

The Totalitarians” (Jan. 26-Feb. 23). A world premiere comedy by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb, directed by Kenneth Prestininzi, starring Judith Hawking. Penelope Easter’s dream is to serve her country and, with the help of her feisty campaign manager, she might win her first election.
At Mid-City Theatre, 3540 Toulouse St., New Orleans.

The Night of the Iguana,” (March 11-April 5). Mike Harkins and Aimée Hayes star in the confession drama considered Tennessee Williams’ last great play. Directed by Phil  Karnell. At The Art Klub, 513 Elysian Fields Ave., New Orleans.
 

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