Le Chat Noir Cabaret Theater

715 St. Charles Ave. | New Orleans | (between Poydras and Julia Streets)
Box Office: 504.581.5812 | www.cabaretlechatnoir.com Proprietor and Artistic Director: Barbara Motley Le Chat Noir, which opened in 1999 in a renovated 1930’s nightclub space, is an intimate 125-seat theater nestled in the arts district of downtown New Orleans. It is the premiere venue for cabaret-type performance, equally suited to the finest local performers and national cabaret stars. For summer, it’s a ‘cotton-frock and chino slacks’ schedule that goes down easy with our Bar Noir signature cool summer cocktails. For all reservations, call 504-581-5812. Upcoming Performances:
See the Web site or call for updated performance information.

… and the ball and all  | June 7-22, Fri.-Sat. at 8 p.m., Sun. at 6 p.m. Created by Ricky Graham, this show has enjoyed long runs on various local stages since 1995. Starring many of the original cast, including Becky Allen, Yvette Hargis, Amanda Hargis and Mandi Zirkenbach.  Not only are their costumes and wigs fabulous, the props include green bean casserole.

sadie returns | June 27-July 6, Fri.-Sat. at 8 p.m., Sun. at 6 p.m. Sadie Shepherd (aka Brian Peterson) returns with a revamped cabaret show. Her 2007 debut at Le Chat Noir launched this wonderful, funny character. Now she returns with musical director and accompanist Anthony Sears. Two weekends only.

a place in the sun | July 11-Aug. 3. Running With Scissors presents its screwball take on the 1951 film classic and events that lead to a terrifying night on Loon Lake. For tickets, call 504.581.5812 or visit www.NORunningWithScissors.com.
sweeney todd (the concert version) | Aug. 8-30. The emerging generation of New Orleans musical theater takes the stage in August as Michael Tramontin produces and stars. Featuring the songs from Stephen Sondheim’s masterpiece Broadway show.

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