An Artistic ‘Romeo And Juliet’ For The Ages

The NOLA Project has found an appropriate venue to render a finely crafted piece of art. Their current production of Shakespeare’s tragedy of “Romeo and Juliet” is nestled appropriately between other works of art by acknowledged masters. Except for the prologue presented just outside the entrance to the museum, the Great Hall of the New… Read More

An Inventive Romeo & Juliet

The strength of the Nola Project’s Shakespeare productions has been their homemade inventiveness. The company has used it wits and creativity to overcome budgetary restrictions, usually to effective results. In the production of Romeo and Juliet that opens tonight at the New Orleans Museum of Art, the cast circumvented the cost of scabbards by sheathing… Read More

Woah, NOMA Has A New Website!

While randomly perusing the interwebs I stumbled upon an amazing redesign for the New Orleans Museum of Art. The logo is the same, but the site overhaul breathes new life into a brand that is having its own rebirth. Here are 5 reasons I’m obsessed with NOMA right now: 1. There comes a point in… Read More

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