New Noise presents the second work in its New Southern Hymnal trilogy. The outdoor performance focuses on land, labor and two sisters who are reunited after their family's Georgia home burns to the ground. Visit www.newnoise.org for details. Tickets $15.
Puentes New Orleans and Evacuteer seek bilingual volunteers to assist the Spanish-speaking population in the case of mandatory evacuations in New Orleans during hurricane season. Email Luis Behrhorst at email@example.com for details.
Press Street's MiniPlex program screens three shorts by the artist and filmmaker, who also directed Riot Acts.
Stephanie Jordon, John Boutte, Wanda Rouzan and James Andrews perform at a tribute to Xavier University President Norman C. Francis, who will retire in June 2015. The event benefits Xavier’s scholarship fund. At 7:30 p.m. at Xavier University Convocation Center. | Fri. Nov. 21
The latest album from Caribou, aka Dan Snaith, is Our Love. Jessy Lanza released Pull My Hair Back in 2013. Tickets $18
The documentary about the controversial closing of New Orleans' Charity Hospital returns for two nights only.
The Council on Aging St. Tammany hosts an informational seminar for seniors and their caregivers.