Photo by John B. Barrois
After a sell out 2011 production, NOMA and the NOLA Project return this 2012 holiday season with an encore performance of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet inside the museum’s Great Hall. Featuring a cast of award-winning actors and musicians, Romeo and Juliet tells the classic tale of star-crossed young lovers who embark on a fatally doomed romance. The limited-seating production will utilize the beautiful Great Hall of the museum with its towering columns and sprawling marble balconies to present an exciting, interactive production unlike anything New Orleans audiences have ever seen.
Director James Bartelle helms a cast that includes A.J. Allegra, Alex Martinez Wallace, Andrew Larimer, Keith Claverie, James Yeargain, Jim Wright, Trina Beck, Kristin Witterschein, Martin Covert, Matt Standley, Morrey McElroy, Natalie Boyd, Richard Alexander Pomes, Sam Dudley, Kali Russell, Jonathan May, Natalie Rine and Ken Thompson.
Due to the confines of the space, seating for the production will be limited and advanced purchase is recommended. Children, 10 to 17 years of age, will be admitted for the prices listed. Due to the maturity of the production children under 10 years of age will not be admitted.
Online ticket sales have ended for this date.
Tickets will be sold at the door starting at 6:30pm.
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 7:30pm, sharp
General Seating begins at 6:30pm
New Orleans Museum of Art, The Great Hall
One Collins Diboll Circle
New Orleans, LA 70124
All Sales Final. No refunds or exchanges.
Obstructed View seating is located behind the General Seating area.
NOMA Members are allotted 4 tickets at the discounted price.
NOMA Members can call 658.4127 to obtain a new card, retrieve their Member #, or renew their membership.
All purchasers will receive a confirmation email with the tickets attached in a PDF format. Print the attached tickets and present them at Check In on the day of the show. No tickets will be mailed. A Check In list will also be at the door for those guests who cannot print their tickets.
Guests arriving after the start time (7:30pm, sharp) may be held until an appropriate time in the production for them to be seated.
Beverages will be available for purchase. Food will not be available and is not permitted.
For more information please call 658.4100 or visit our Web site at www.noma.org
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The New Orleans Museum of Art
MISSION: The mission of the New Orleans Museum of Art is to inspire the love of art; to collect, preserve, exhibit and present excellence in the visual arts; to educate, challenge and engage a diverse public.
VISION: The guiding vision of the New Orleans Museum of Art is to advance its position as a premier national visual arts Museum vital to the cultural and educational life of our city, state and region.