At Maison Dupuy, we’re fortunate enough to be just a handful of blocks, a short walk away from the renowned Saenger Theatre.
The Theatre, originally built in 1927 suffered heavy water damage following Hurricane Katrina in 2005. After a $53 million redevelopment project, the historic building looks better than ever and is now back open for business.
If you’re in town soon, Ghost, The Musical will be performing daily until Sunday, November 24.
On December 3, the Irish Tenors bring their Christmas show to town.
Singer, songwriter Bonnie Raitt is making an appearance on Saturday, December 7.
Classic R&B sensationalists Maze featuring Frankie Beverly are making two appearances, Friday, December 13 and Saturday, December 14.
Looking a little further down the road to January, Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds will be performing Wednesday, the 15th and Thursday the 16th.
Rain, A Tribute to the Beatles will be January 17-19. From what I’ve heard, that’s a show not to be missed.
Maison Dupuy is your connection to the best performances in town. You can buy your tickets here, grab a quick bite to eat at the Bistreaux, then go enjoy the show at Saenger Theatre.
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