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Bryan Batt talks show business

Oct 11, 2018


Actor Bryan Batt (A&S ’85) knows that a career in show business can have as many twists and turns as a carnival ride.

“My career and life...

Performance shows complexity of life in Storyville’s Mahogany Hall

Oct 01, 2018

Newcomb Art Museum will host the world premiere of Postcards From Over the Edge, a new theatrical work that illustrates the historical struggles related to the sale of sex in Louisiana....

Bygone bell

Aug 14, 2018

The Newcomb bell stands in the cool darkness of the Dixon Hall lobby. A gift from the Class of 1900, the bell was used in the chapel on the original Newcomb College campus on Washington Avenue. It...

‘The Heathers’ set to take over Tulane this fall

Aug 01, 2018

The Tulane Musical Performance Organization (TMPO) and Tulane University Performing Arts Society (TUPAS) are collaborating to...

Rainbow connection

Jul 03, 2018

A close-up view of the Newcomb Department of Theatre and Dance costume shop in McWilliams Hall reveals the importance of creative organizing. 

Break a sweat

Jun 15, 2018

Andrew Hicks, left, a rising senior and tight end on the Green Wave football team, goes through cool down exercises during an Introduction to Dance class in McWilliams Hall.

“If you’re...


Location: Uptown Campus

July 6-22, 2018
Tulane’s Lupin Theater
Directed by Jessica Podewell

“Something wicked this way comes.”

In a country torn by war, Macbeth and his steadfast wife execute a ruthless plan that launches a string of murders. But fate is an unwavering force in this world of witches and prophecy. Director Jessica Podewell brings a stalwart and engaging concept to this revered tragedy.


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Sew good

Jun 08, 2018

Jenn Jacobs, assistant professor of costume design in the Tulane School of Liberal Arts Department of Theatre and Dance, mends a gentleman’s coat in the costume shop located in McWilliams Hall....

Opera in the house

Mar 07, 2018

Tulane students Amanda Wittels, Sam Flora, and Claire Demorest, left to right, rehearse a scene from Gian Carlo Menotti’s “The Old Maid and the Thief.” The fully staged opera-comedy is a...

Opera returns to Tulane

Feb 26, 2018

For the first time since the 1980s, the Newcomb Department of Music in the Tulane School of Liberal Arts will present a...