past projects 19-27 of 100

Bringing Back the Joy
The Joy Theater is a 10,000 square foot multipurpose venue able to accommodate live music, theatrical productions, comedy, and private parties. The Joy Theater will also feature original productions highlighting the musical heritage of New Orleans.
Ellis Marsalis Center for Music
is Ellis Marsalis’ vision that the Center serve as a multipurpose facility with a primary emphasis on the broad spectrum of New Orleans culture, with a special emphasis on the city’s rich musical tradition of jazz and blues.
Academy Arts Center - St. Joseph’s Academy
“Together we create a community of learning where students can develop their abilities and find encouragement and appreciation for their diverse gifts.”
Carver Theater Redevelopment Project
Built in 1950 as an “exclusively Negro” Theater, the Carver Theater carries important historical significance as one of the first state-of-art Theater for blacks in New Orleans.
Civic Theatre
This is New Orleans oldest theater and opened in 1906 as the Shubert Theater, one of a nationwide chain. Local theater architect, Sam Stone, designed it to meet specifications for legitimate theater.
Emmett Hook Center
The Emmett Hook Center was built by the congregation of First United Methodist Church for the enrichment of the church and community. It is a state of the art theatre constructed for concerts, theatrical productions, contemporary worship, lectures, and seminars. It can seat up to 335 and includes: an Orchestra Pit for 40 pieces, a completely computerized stage, a Rehearsal Hall, Costume Shop, Refreshment Stand and Dressing rooms for cast members.
Gazillion Bubble Show
Something entirely new in family entertainment from Tony Award-winning producer Jon B. Platt (Wicked), this dazzling one-of-a-kind show stars bubble artist Fan Yang performing many of the astounding feats that earned him a whopping 16 Guinness World Records.
Lincoln Theatre Renovation Project
The Lincoln Theater was once the epicenter of African American culture, entertainment, and social life in Baton Rouge in the 1950s and 60s.
Manship Theatres Hartley/Vey Studio
Located in the Shaw Center for the Arts in downtown Baton Rouge, the Manship Theatre’s Hartley/Vey Studio Theater features live performances and video and community events as well as educatonal opportunities including summer theatre and art camps for children.