New Orleans, La. – Iconic New Orleans jewelry designer, Mignon Faget, is being celebrated by the Historic New Orleans Collection with a 40 year retrospective exhibit...Mignon Faget: A Life in Art & Design through January 2, 2011.
New Orleans, La. – Fantastic Mr. Fox, an interactive puppet play challenges imaginations as those young and old literally climb into the pages of this storybook adventure. At the Contemporary Arts Center through January 2, 2011.
New Orleans, La. – Internationally acclaimed architects and artists cast an eye to the future of design as they kick-off the 4th Annual DesCours Exhibition. The experimental architectural installations occupy hidden spaces in the French Quarter and CBD. The art and music event opens to the public Saturday December 4th and runs nightly from 6 to 10 through December 12th. More info at DesCours.us
New Orleans, La. – The New Orleans Opera Association presents Mozart's The Magic Flute featuring soprano Sarah Jane McMahon and scenic backdrops by LPO flutist and painter Patti Adams. Performances are at the Mahalia Jackson Theater November 19th and 21st, 2010.
New Orleans, La. – Playwright Carolyn Woosley explores the journies of renowned artists Clementine Hunter and Clyde Connell in 2 one woman plays. The productions are part of the New Orleans Fringe Festival. Performances run through Sunday November 21, 2010 at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art.
New Orleans, La. – A satirical take on the Great White Way comes to the Crescent City as Le Petit Theatre presents the Tony Award-winning revue Forbidden Broadway. It stars Leslie Castay, Dianna Duffy, Vatican Lokey and Cliff Thompson. More info online, www.lepetittheatre.com
New Orleans, La. – A royal visit from the United Kingdom kicks off a celebration honoring the 200th Anniversary of classical pianist and composer Frederic Chopin at Trinity Episcopal Church, 1329 Jackson Avenue. Pianist Lady Rose Cholmondeley performs Chopin in London, a piano concert of all Chopin music. She is joined by English multi-media actor Charles Grant who will read Chopin's letters. Tonight, 7pm.