It’s no surprise New Orleans is known, in part, for her theatrics. We are known as the Hollywood of the South after all—and we like to think it’s not just because it’s the perfect place to film.
One of our favorites, Le Petit Theater is a pillar in the performing arts community. This weekend concludes their smashing performance of “Peter and the Starcatcher,” and believe us it’s a performance you won’t want to miss.
The newly restored theater has a rejuvenated freshness while maintaining the charming and elegant features so dear to the historical establishment. Then there’s the unparalleled performances in the play—in this prequel to Peter Pan, a dozen actors portray more than 100 endearing characters. The sky is the limit as this charming play features only the actors, their talent, and brilliant stagecraft.
Tucked away on the banks of the Mississippi, French Market Inn dazzles guests with elegant courtyards, alluring décor, and modern conveniences. Our hotel is just steps from French Quarter fun and historical entertainment including Le Petit Theater, the world-famous Bourbon Street, Harrah’s, the French Quarter Market, Jackson Square, and more!
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