New Orleans

For a relatively small city, New Orleans has a remarkably vibrant and varied performing-arts community. While there are many traditional performance venues around town, one of the most exciting movements in recent years is the fringe theater action along Saint Claude Avenue, in the Bywater neighborhood. The annual Fringe Theater Festival brings pop-up performances, but there are also some permanent venues as well.

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  • 1. Prytania Theatre

    Uptown | Film

    A visit to the city's last single-screen movie house, hidden in an Uptown residential area, is a reminder of the days when neighborhood movie...Read More

  • 2. The Theatres At Canal Place

    French Quarter | Film

    This first-run and art-house minimultiplex has five screens of premium viewing in the upscale Canal Place shopping center, on the edge of the...Read More

  • 3. Zeitgeist Multidisciplinary Arts Center

    Uptown | Film

    Working with volunteer staff and a shoestring budget, Zeitgeist founder and filmmaker Rene Broussard established this funky and eclectic space...Read More

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