Would you like to attend the very first joint children's party/funeral/art lecture?
Join Lawrence Portendorfer as he presents the life's work of artist Amelia Portendorfer and tries to give her the send-off she always wanted.
Learn about the mysterious Esmerelda Ticklekitty. See what a bloodstained field desk and the world's ugliest unicorn have in common. Be one of the first to discover the work of a truly distinctive artist.
Just don't let Lawrence hear you call it cute. Or neat. He'll explain why it deserves to be called a singular artistic achievement.
And hey - there will be cake!
Performances take place at Southern Rep Theater at 2541 Bayou Road, near the intersection of Esplanade Avenue and Broad Street. Paid parking is available next to the theater, with free street parking all around. The #91 and #94 buses each drop off within a couple of blocks. Bike racks are available in front of the theater, and city Blue Bikes are available at Esplanade and Broad, two blocks away.
Shows are held from February 27th to March 15th on the following schedule:
Thursday, 2/27 7:30pm
Friday, 2/28 7:30pm
Saturday, 2/29 7:30pm
Sunday, 3/1 7:30pm
Thursday, 3/5 7:30pm
Friday, 3/6 7:30pm
Saturday, 3/7 7:30pm
Sunday, 3/8 7:30pm
Friday, 3/13 7:30pm
Sunday, 3/15 3pm AND 7:30pm
Tickets are available exclusively through Southern Rep. Discounts are available for students and arts industry, but only for the first week! So enjoy Mardi Gras, take a deep breath and a long nap, and come out to help us welcome spring.