As the Workhouse Arts Center grows, plans are in the works for a state-of-the-art 350 seat theater in building W-12 with a new amphitheater adjacent it. But why wait?! The Workhouse already offers a wonderful variety of performing events throughout the year in the new 100-seat theater in the W-3, the W-16 Gallery, and seasonally in our Performance Tent in the quad!
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Just in time for Mardi Gras! Our musical romp through the Big Easy celebrates the Golden Age of Jazz! Join our cabaret ‘krewe’ of Mary Payne, Calvin Register, Christopher Shaw and Karissa Swanigan-Upchurch on a virtual parade down Bourbon Street led by pianist Jacob Kidder and percussionist James Lawson, featuring both classic and contemporary songs from the stage and screen that evoke the spirit of the famed French Quarter! Ticket price includes planche campagnarde. A la carte cash bar available in venue.
LIVE onstage! Rapunzel has let herself down from her tower without waiting for Prince Charming! She has changed her own fairy tale! As soon as she arrives at the cottage of a good and powerful wizard named Magical, she learns that the Fairy Tale Community is going to be upset for changing the story! Can Magical and his famous talking cat, Whiskers, set things right before it is too late? Join us to find out! Running time 75 minutes with one intermission, appropriate for all ages.
Some of Broadway’s most beloved characters and some of its most memorable music are written for the leading ladies. In honor of Women’s History Month, our cabaret vocalists will bring some of the best female characters to life on the Workhouse stage! Our songbook will span nearly a century of music from the stage and screen, as the character of the leading lady evolved through the decades. Ticket price includes planche campagnarde. A la carte cash bar available in venue.
Pandemonium Theatrical Productions presents
Live Onstage: The Emperor's New Clothes
LIVE onstage! Guess who’s got a passion for fashion? In this musical adaptation of the classic tale, Emperor Augustus has been led astray of his once kind-hearted nature by a villainous duo who are eager to take over the throne! In his quest to be the best-dressed man in town, Augustus seeks the help of two mysterious tailors who promise a magical Suit of Honor that is sure to amaze! His very wise daughter, Emma, has become suspicious but will she be able to unravel the puzzling plot before it is too late? Join the adventure in an afternoon of mystery, music and lots of laughter!
Show Dates: April 11-May 17, 2015
Times: Saturdays and Sundays at 1pm
Tickets: $13 adults, $10 children (12 and younger)
Running time approximately 75 minutes, with one intermission.
Appropriate for all ages.
Concessions will be available for sale at intermission.
*Limited seating, advance ticket reservations are recommended for this event. Reserved tickets may be collected at Will Call beginning 30 minutes prior to event, doors open for seating 15 minutes prior. Produced by Pandemonium Theatrical Productions, this is a live-theatre performance for children and families.
LIVE onstage! Sixteen years ago, a beautiful princess was born to the King and Queen while everyone in the entire kingdom celebrated! Well, almost everyone... A mysterious and spiteful fairy appeared out of the shadows and placed a curse on the child. The people of the kingdom will do their best to protect the child, but will it be enough? Will the entire kingdom fall into a 100 year slumber? Is it possible to break the spell? Is the rumor about a giant dragon guarding the castle true? Running time 75 minutes with one intermission, appropriate for all ages.
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