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Fall 2021 in NOMA's Besthoff Sculpture Garden

Directed by Torey Hayward

Wander through tales from spooky to strange in this brand-new look at some very old fables written by NOLA Project ensemble member Brittany N. Williams. Meet magical aunties, too-clever wolves, wicked stepmothers, foolish devils, and determined ghosts on a winding tour of five stories pulled from European and African American fairy tales and folklore.


This play is the perfect way to explore the new addition to the Besthoff Sculpture Garden while experiencing live theatre that is BOLD, fun, family-friendly, and Covid-safe. Come and wind the trail of tales with us this fall!

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Brittany N. Williams

Brittany N. Williams is an actress, writer, singer originally from Baltimore, MD. She’s performed across three continents—including a year spent as a principal vocalist at Hong Kong Disneyland—and several US states but is overjoyed to call New Orleans home. Brittany holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Howard University (HU, You Know) and an MA in Classical Acting from the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama (Carrie Fisher’s alma mater for 18 months). Locally, she’s performed in STAGE DOOR SONGBOOK: COLE PORTER (Susan), HARRY & THE THIEF (Vivian), and MARY FULL OF GRAY (Mary/writer) and is the 2019 Stage Door Idol winner. Some of her favorite credits outside of the city include UNIVERSAL ROBOTS (Helena), MARGARET (Joan of Arc), BOB MARLEY'S THREE LITTLE BIRDS (Nansi – Helen Hayes Award Nom.), ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Soothsayer/Clown), and LEAR (Cordelia/Fight Captain). You’ll find Brittany yelling into the void on Twitter and Instagram as @BrittanyActs and at

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This production is supported by a generous grant from the New Orleans Theatre Association (NOTA).

Photos by Mary Grace Copa

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