by Jonathan | 6:43 pm

All Hands on Deck

Opening March 25th, a co-production between Wanderlust Theater Company and The Tea Sippers’ Theater Company, Peter and the Starcatcher. Originally written by written by Rick Elice, based on the novel by Dave Barry and

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by Kelsey | 9:15 pm

Dramatic, Funny, Poignant and Real

Days away from Still, Life: Women of the Bold New Old with Tales to Tell and the actors are giving us a behind the scenes, honest look at the hard work and vulnerability that

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by Kelsey | 8:58 pm

Artists & Activists: Celebrating Women Every Day of the Year.

It’s Women’s History Month and while today is no longer March 8, International Women’s Day, we think women deserve to be celebrated and recognized every day for the impact they’ve had on social change. Here are

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by Jonathan | 8:39 pm

Meet The Artists Behind Our Upcoming Residency “Dancing with Aurora Borealis”

Meet The Artists Behind Our Upcoming Residency “Dancing with Aurora Borealis”

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by Jonathan | 5:14 pm

Residency at the Center

Residency at the Center began in 2012 and has hosted ten local artists in the development of original work in visual, performing and media-driven disciplines. What is an Artist in Residence Program? AcA’s residency

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by Jonathan | 7:35 pm

With Precision.

Acadiana Center for the Arts is home to a 9ft Yamaha CFX. A grand concert piano, valued at $180,000, it is a character that requires delicate attention on a consistent basis. Sam Whitmire, a

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by Jonathan | 10:26 pm

The Tracks That Brought WEST TRAINZ Back to Its Louisiana Roots

From Quebec to New Orleans and many places far and in-between, Erik West Millette of multimedia group, West Trainz, knows the importance of seeing where you come from. Millette, who has dedicated his life’s

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by Acadiana Center for the Arts | 2:50 pm

David Egan

David was many things: a fabulous songwriter and lyricist, an incredible pianist and, with his rumbling, low, baritone voice, an inspiring singer. He was a dedicated father and husband and a passionate anti-smoking advocate. He was a powerful, life-long presence in the South Louisiana music community.

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by Jonathan | 7:32 pm

Thank You BODYTRAFFIC

It’s been our mission to find work that is undeniably beautiful and that allows people to find passion, belief, and escape through artistic forms. Through the BODYTRAFFIC Residency at the Acadiana Center for the Arts, expectations were far exceeded.

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by Jonathan | 1:53 pm

For a Few Moments, There was No Talk of Illness or Chemotherapy

Choreographic works of Barak Marshall, Victor Quijada, and Richard Siegal have instilled inspiration, passion, and undeniable emotion in the professional dancers of BODYTRAFFIC. This week, throughout BODYTRAFFIC’s residency in Lafayette, the unique energy and spirit of this organization was felt through multiple outreach

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