Tuesday, May 15th, 5pm May 15, 2012


Unfortunately, the weather is not our friend today: the outdoor film of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, originally scheduled for 5/11, has been postponed until Tuesday, May 15th. All guests who have purchased tickets in advance will be receiving an email. Those tickets will be honored on Tuesday.

Tuesday, May 15th. Film at sun down (8pm).

Join the New Orleans Museum of Art and the The New Orleans Film Society as we present music, art making, and an outdoor screening of the classic film, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, on Tuesday, May 15th in the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden at NOMA. See below for the night’s scheduled events.

Because of the overwhelming success of NOMA’s past films (thank you!), we suggest you buy your tickets early. You can do so by clicking on the button on the bottom of this page. Online ticket sales end at 4pm on 5/15. Tickets will be available for purchase at the gate.

Admission: $6 for adults : Children (17 & under), free : $3 for NOMA & NOFS Members (Members are allotted 4 tickets at the discounted rate.)

Due to the sculptures and the architecture, no outside food or beverages will be permitted. Multiple food vendors will be available for refreshments.

Please bring a blanket (recommended) or folding chair for seating.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s will be subtitled for the hearing impaired.

Schedule for the Night:

About Young Audiences
Young Audiences of Louisiana was founded in 1962 to bring chamber musicians into local classrooms. Over the past fifty years, Young Audiences has adapted and evolved to meet the ever-changing needs of youth throughout the state.

Young Audiences of Louisiana is part of a national network of 32 affiliates throughout the country under Young Audiences Arts for Learning. As the nations first and largest arts-in-education network Young Audiences Arts for Learning ensures the highest standards in arts education programs for over 5 million schoolchildren annually.

About The New Movement
The New Movement opened in Austin, TX in February 2009 as a full time comedy conservatory. Founders Chris Trew and Tami Nelson met in 2004 while taking improv classes in New Orleans and had long dreamed of running their own theater and conservatory. They later partnered with local improvisation powerhouse Stupid Time Machine to bring TNM back home. The New Movement has brought something new to the Austin and New Orleans Improv scene – a specific approach to the craft that couldn’t be found in a book or anywhere else in the country. The difference paid off as TNM attracted both eager rookies and veteran performers. The recent four-day Hell Yes Fest Comedy Festival, the largest in New Orleans history, is a perfect example of their blend of creating local talent and courting national performers.

With shows and classes running in Austin, Houston and New Orleans while maintaining a national presence with online material, frequent tours and festival appearances, The New Movement has joined an elite group of comedy collectives who maintain a strong presence in multiple cities and online.