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Friday, August 9, 2013
Acting Unlimited is proud to present the world premiere of THE GUARDIANS OF SANZOM, a play for young audiences by local playwright, Cody Daigle.
THE GUARDIANS OF SANZOM tells the story of Skyler, a young girl mourning the loss of her mother with the help and support of her four best friends. But when Skyler encounters two citizens of an imaginary world called Imaginata, she learns that nothing is what it seems. Her mother was the guardian of a powerful object called the Sanzom, and an evil force called The Darkness has kidnapped her. Only Skyler and her friends can save her mother and the world of Imaginata.
An adventure story with magical creatures, impossible tests and an unforgettable friendship at its core, THE GUARDIANS OF SANZOM reminds us that sometimes the most powerful magic in our lives come from the people we love the most.
THE GUARDIANS OF SANZOM was commissioned by Acting Unlimited for this production. It was built through a series of workshops with the show's core actors led by the playwright.
The show will open at Theatre 810 on Thrusday August 8 and run through Sunday, August 11. There will be performances at 7 pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings and matinee performances at 2 pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Tickets will be $10 for adults and $5 for children under 14.
For more information or to reserve tickets, please call 484-0172. Tickets can be purchased online at auiguardians.eventbrite.co
Sunday, June 23, 2013
The Acadiana Repertory Theatre is proud to bring the regional premiere of this thrilling Southern Gothic play to the stage at Theatre 810.
In this Southern Gothic tale set during the Great Depression, a wandering preacher is embroiled in the passions and politics of a swampy Florida outpost ruled with a macabre sense of justice by two rival sisters. A darkly comic look at balancing ambition and ideals in a time of crisis.
The San Diego Union-Tribune calls Goldfinger’s writing “something out of Faulkner.”
“An intriguing journey through the swampy American South…The Oath sends its audience upon a mind-enriching exploration in which we leave with more questions than answers—questions that will haunt even the most resistant audience member’s mind.” -Show Business Weekly
“Outstanding drama…Wonderful, thought-provoking…Goldfinger marvelously unfolds the story with great dialogue and sympathetic characters.” -New Theater Corps, Theater Talk (NYC)Directed by Shana Ledet Qualls
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Thursday, May 16, 2013
Acting Unlimited is pleased to present 18 VICTORIA, a new play by local playwright, Cody Daigle.
In a trio of interlocking monologues, 18 VICTORIA tells the story of three siblings -- Ben, Catherine and Stephen -- who are struggling to piece together their broken family relationship in the wake of their father’s untimely death. But a larger crisis looms. 18 Victoria, an asteroid the size of a few city blocks, is on a trajectory to collide with Earth and will cause an extinction event on the scale of the one that killed the dinosaurs.
As they share their stories of facing the last days of the human race, they also grapple with memories of their father, a troubled childhood, and their shared inability to connect as adults.
In an apocalyptic present, it’s the wreckage of the past that endures.
18 VICTORIA stars three local veteran actors -- Cody Daigle, Cara Hayden and John Snyder -- and runs for three performances only on May 16-18, 2013 at Theatre 810 (810 Jefferson Street) in downtown Lafayette. Curtain is 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $10.
For reservations or more information about the production, call 484-0172.
Friday, May 10, 2013
Thursday, April 25, 2013
A collection of hilarious theatrical shorts about and by - Russians presented by the Performing Arts Department of UL-Lafayette!
The absurd takes center stage in this collection of short plays by influential comedy writers Daniil Kharms and David Ives. Expect the unexpected as you explore the charming/harming Kharms and be prepared to laugh at Ives’ masterpiece Variations on the Death of Trotsky. Come explore the softer side of life behind the iron curtain, comrade. Show runs less than an hour and costs only 30 Roubles and a Kopek! (That's $10 of your American dollars).
Thursday, April 25 at 7 pm
Friday, April 26 at 7 pm
Saturday, April 27 at 7 pm
Thursday, May 2 at 7 pm
Friday, May 3 at 7 pm
Saturday, May 4 at 7 pm
Wanderlust is hosting Slamdango!, a two-night event featuring local and regional puppeteers gathered to present innovative and provocative short-form puppet and object theatre to an adult audience. This is an inaugural slam and has been accepted as an event within Festival International de Louisiane. Slamdango! is also a part of the national Puppet Slam Network, spearheaded by Heather Henson’s IBEX Puppetry.
In addition to providing a forum for puppeteers, Wanderlust hopes that it will reignite an audience interest and appreciation for puppetry geared toward adults. For mature audiences only.
This is the fifth production in Wanderlust's 2012-13 season that has included We All Do, You’ve Got Hate Mail, and The Monster Tales.
April 26 & 27 at 8:45 pm
Theatre 810, 810 Jefferson St., Downtown Lafayette
$10 General Admission
$5 Students with valid ID
FREE for patrons wearing Festival pins!
For ticket reservations, call (337) 484-0172 or purchase online at
For additional information about the company, visit
www.wanderlusttheatre.com or facebook.com/