Experts say the first interaction most potential patrons have with your business is through your website. So with that in mind, we thought it was time for nolaproject.com to get a facelift. We have worked hard with our marketing partners at RapJab to bring you a brand new site that is user-friendly, easy to navigate, filled with company images, and ultimately a solid representation of who we are as an organization.
I believe the end result is a thing of beauty, but also a site in perpetual change and development. So take a look around and see what we have to offer. As with any new site, some aspects are still in development, but I think you will be very pleased with just how much information now resides easily at your fingertips. I invite you to send along any comments or suggestions you have to me via email at email@example.com or to our Marketing Director Richard Pomes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And I want to personally thank the good folks at RapJab for delivering such a beautiful new site, especially Richard Pomes, James Braendel, Samantha Brooks, David Ajamiseba, and Attila Földesi.
Enjoy the new site, and see for yourselves just how easy and enjoyable it is to purchase tickets to any of our productions. See you at the show!
With the new year upon us, we are excited to announce all of the upcoming partnerships The NOLA Project has in store for our diverse audiences! In March, we are presenting the regional premiere of the Irish drama Sive by John B. Keane, and partnering with us on the endeavor is The Irish House and Chef Matt Murphy. The Irish House will be made available for pre-show dinners and post-show drinks for Sive patrons as well as a few other fun Irish-themed events leading up to the play!
Then in April, we once again partner with The Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Fest to present two exciting nights of theater! On Friday, April 1st, we will be presenting another hilarious evening of By Any Scenes Necessary: The Glass Menagerie. And the following evening, we will present Christopher Durang’s hilarious sendup of The Glass Menagerie, For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls.
In May, we reenter NOMA’s beautiful and iconic Besthoff Sculpture Garden for the World Premiere of Pete McElligott’s new adaptation of Don Quixote, starring Ian Hoch and Mike Spara of The New Movement.
And we keep the fun going in July as we partner with the New Orleans Shakespeare Festival at Tulane to present two more By Any Scenes Necessary: Macbeth (June 21) and Hamlet (July 27). William Shakespeare himself will host the absurd evenings.
2016 is panning out to be a wonderfully filled year of diverse productions for our audiences. There is something for everyone this season!