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This Spring marks the 35th anniversary of the Newcomb Dance Company. The company will celebrate with a concert of remounted pieces choreographed by returning guests artists, alumni and faculty spanning decades and generations. Newcomb Dance Company will perform An Evening of Dance at Dixon Hall March 22nd at 8pm, March 23rd at 6pm, and March 24th at 2pm. You can reserve your free ticket at newcombdance.ticketleap.com.

This Spring marks the 35th anniversary of the Newcomb Dance Company. The company will celebrate with a concert of remounted pieces choreographed by returning guests artists, alumni and faculty spanning decades and generations. Newcomb Dance Company will perform An Evening of Dance at Dixon Hall March 22nd at 8pm, March 23rd at 6pm, and March 24th at 2pm. You can reserve your free ticket at newcombdance.ticketleap.com.

This Spring marks the 35th anniversary of the Newcomb Dance Company. The company will celebrate with a concert of remounted pieces choreographed by returning guests artists, alumni and faculty spanning decades and generations. Newcomb Dance Company will perform An Evening of Dance at Dixon Hall March 22nd at 8pm, March 23rd at 6pm, and March 24th at 2pm. You can reserve your free ticket at newcombdance.ticketleap.com.

The Department of Theatre and Dance welcomes you to join a lecture by critically acclaimed, award winning playwright  Lynn Nottage to Tulane University for “A Conversation with Lynn Nottage.” Ms. Nottage has earned numerous awards, including two Pulitzer Prizes (

Music Rising at Tulane invites you to Women and Movement #3: African American Women Affecting the Arts in New Orleans.

Four African American women will discuss what they think about the state of contemporary art(s) in New Orleans. This discussion will include consideration of the state of visual arts, music, literature, and the performing arts in this region. This conversation will also consider the politics of race, artistic agency, and artistic opportunity.

The panel will be moderated by actor, director, and producer Lauren Turner.

By David Ives

Directed by Jenny Mercein

Set in 1730’s Paris, The Metromaniacs is a madcap comedy featuring passionate poets, scheming servants, sexy suitors, and a grumpy uncle thrown in for good measure. Mistaken identities, delicious rhymes, and supreme silliness are the order of the day in this hilarious rediscovered French farce by comic master David Ives. 

By David Ives

Directed by Jenny Mercein

Set in 1730’s Paris, The Metromaniacs is a madcap comedy featuring passionate poets, scheming servants, sexy suitors, and a grumpy uncle thrown in for good measure. Mistaken identities, delicious rhymes, and supreme silliness are the order of the day in this hilarious rediscovered French farce by comic master David Ives.