Ashley Ricord Santos and Michael Stone star in Jon Jory's adaptation of Jane Austen's 1813 novel, directed by Jeffrey Gunshol and Aimee Hayes. Tickets start at $20
The Victory Belles perform patriotic tunes from the American canon and from the songbooks of George M. Cohan and Irving Berlin. Cuisine from Chef John Besh's American Sector is provided. Brunch show $55
Thu.-Sat. Dec. 12-14 | Claudio Monteverdi’s Vespers is a collection of religious hymns in Latin presented here by the New Resonance Orchestra, 12 singers and 12 dancers. At 8 p.m. at Marigny Opera House.
There's a tour of Docville Farm, photos with Santa, tasting booths, entertainment by children, Christmas lights and shopping. Proceeds benefit St. Bernard Parish charitable organizations. Tickets $15
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$20/person. Snowfall, dancing lights, Macy's 30-foot-tree and fun holiday times. Featured small bites from Fulton Street restaurants, a specialty drink and cash bar with holiday drinks, local craft vendors and live entertainment from DJ Mike Swift. Purchase presale tickets at www.wantickets.com/miracleonthursdayhttp://www.wantickets.com/miracleonthursday
This year's Guggenheim fellow Deborah Luster presents the keynote lecture at 6 p.m., followed by a gala with entertainment from the Norbert Slama Trio and The Crescent Circus, photo booths, hors d'oeuvres and wine. Tickets $25
The author discusses and signs Where Writers Wrote in New Orleans.
Mickey and Minnie Mouse, characters from Sofia the First and Jake and the Never Land Pirates, Cinderella, Peter Pan and Captain Hook have a high seas adventure. Kids help Doc McStuffins take medical care of her toys before the show. Tickets start at $18