Louisiana will move into a modified version of Phase 3 of reopening the economy beginning Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Gov. Edwards says his new executive order for Phase 3 will remain in effect until March 31.

Under Phase 3, businesses such as restaurants and malls can operate at 75% capacity. Gyms can operate at 50% capacity. Bars in all parishes of the state can operate at 25% capacity and at 50% capacity in parishes with coronavirus positivity rates below 5%.

Gatherings at indoor event halls are limited to 50% capacity or up to 250 people.

Mar
12
Fri
Forever Plaid @ Emmett Hook Center at First United Methodist Church
Mar 12 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Emmett Hook Center will present the staged production of the popular musical, “Forever Plaid” from March 12-21 in downtown Shreveport.It will be the theater’s first major production in more than a year.

“Forever Plaid” is stylized as a musical revue, written by Stuart Ross with music and lyrics by various artists. The off-Broadway show was first performed in 1989 before going international. Several sequels have spawned from the original production.

The story is set in the 1950s and follows four high school friends who’ve formed the clean-cut, close-harmony group, The Plaids. Unfortunately, as the singers travel to their first major professional gig their lives are tragically cut short in an accident involving a bus full of Catholic school girls.

As the show must go on, The Plaids continue to pursue their musical career in the after-life and are granted one day to return to seize their big moment in the spotlight.

“Forever Plaid” is a light-hearted musical starring Emmett Hook Center performers as The Plaids: Clay Eaves as Francis, Robert Holladay as Jinx, Rick Stovall as Smudge, and Jeremy Yang as Sparky. The roles are a recap for Eaves and Holladay.

Tickets: $15 children and students; $20 seniors and military; $25 adults. Tickets available at 318-429-6885, www.emmetthoofcenter.org. Box office open weekdays from March 1st, noon to 4:00 pm.

 

Mar
13
Sat
Forever Plaid @ Emmett Hook Center at First United Methodist Church
Mar 13 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Emmett Hook Center will present the staged production of the popular musical, “Forever Plaid” from March 12-21 in downtown Shreveport.It will be the theater’s first major production in more than a year.

“Forever Plaid” is stylized as a musical revue, written by Stuart Ross with music and lyrics by various artists. The off-Broadway show was first performed in 1989 before going international. Several sequels have spawned from the original production.

The story is set in the 1950s and follows four high school friends who’ve formed the clean-cut, close-harmony group, The Plaids. Unfortunately, as the singers travel to their first major professional gig their lives are tragically cut short in an accident involving a bus full of Catholic school girls.

As the show must go on, The Plaids continue to pursue their musical career in the after-life and are granted one day to return to seize their big moment in the spotlight.

“Forever Plaid” is a light-hearted musical starring Emmett Hook Center performers as The Plaids: Clay Eaves as Francis, Robert Holladay as Jinx, Rick Stovall as Smudge, and Jeremy Yang as Sparky. The roles are a recap for Eaves and Holladay.

Tickets: $15 children and students; $20 seniors and military; $25 adults. Tickets available at 318-429-6885, www.emmetthoofcenter.org. Box office open weekdays from March 1st, noon to 4:00 pm.

 

Mar
14
Sun
Forever Plaid @ Emmett Hook Center at First United Methodist Church
Mar 14 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Emmett Hook Center will present the staged production of the popular musical, “Forever Plaid” from March 12-21 in downtown Shreveport.It will be the theater’s first major production in more than a year.

“Forever Plaid” is stylized as a musical revue, written by Stuart Ross with music and lyrics by various artists. The off-Broadway show was first performed in 1989 before going international. Several sequels have spawned from the original production.

The story is set in the 1950s and follows four high school friends who’ve formed the clean-cut, close-harmony group, The Plaids. Unfortunately, as the singers travel to their first major professional gig their lives are tragically cut short in an accident involving a bus full of Catholic school girls.

As the show must go on, The Plaids continue to pursue their musical career in the after-life and are granted one day to return to seize their big moment in the spotlight.

“Forever Plaid” is a light-hearted musical starring Emmett Hook Center performers as The Plaids: Clay Eaves as Francis, Robert Holladay as Jinx, Rick Stovall as Smudge, and Jeremy Yang as Sparky. The roles are a recap for Eaves and Holladay.

Tickets: $15 children and students; $20 seniors and military; $25 adults. Tickets available at 318-429-6885, www.emmetthoofcenter.org. Box office open weekdays from March 1st, noon to 4:00 pm.

 

Mar
19
Fri
Forever Plaid @ Emmett Hook Center at First United Methodist Church
Mar 19 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Emmett Hook Center will present the staged production of the popular musical, “Forever Plaid” from March 12-21 in downtown Shreveport.It will be the theater’s first major production in more than a year.

“Forever Plaid” is stylized as a musical revue, written by Stuart Ross with music and lyrics by various artists. The off-Broadway show was first performed in 1989 before going international. Several sequels have spawned from the original production.

The story is set in the 1950s and follows four high school friends who’ve formed the clean-cut, close-harmony group, The Plaids. Unfortunately, as the singers travel to their first major professional gig their lives are tragically cut short in an accident involving a bus full of Catholic school girls.

As the show must go on, The Plaids continue to pursue their musical career in the after-life and are granted one day to return to seize their big moment in the spotlight.

“Forever Plaid” is a light-hearted musical starring Emmett Hook Center performers as The Plaids: Clay Eaves as Francis, Robert Holladay as Jinx, Rick Stovall as Smudge, and Jeremy Yang as Sparky. The roles are a recap for Eaves and Holladay.

Tickets: $15 children and students; $20 seniors and military; $25 adults. Tickets available at 318-429-6885, www.emmetthoofcenter.org. Box office open weekdays from March 1st, noon to 4:00 pm.

 

Mar
20
Sat
Forever Plaid @ Emmett Hook Center at First United Methodist Church
Mar 20 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Emmett Hook Center will present the staged production of the popular musical, “Forever Plaid” from March 12-21 in downtown Shreveport.It will be the theater’s first major production in more than a year.

“Forever Plaid” is stylized as a musical revue, written by Stuart Ross with music and lyrics by various artists. The off-Broadway show was first performed in 1989 before going international. Several sequels have spawned from the original production.

The story is set in the 1950s and follows four high school friends who’ve formed the clean-cut, close-harmony group, The Plaids. Unfortunately, as the singers travel to their first major professional gig their lives are tragically cut short in an accident involving a bus full of Catholic school girls.

As the show must go on, The Plaids continue to pursue their musical career in the after-life and are granted one day to return to seize their big moment in the spotlight.

“Forever Plaid” is a light-hearted musical starring Emmett Hook Center performers as The Plaids: Clay Eaves as Francis, Robert Holladay as Jinx, Rick Stovall as Smudge, and Jeremy Yang as Sparky. The roles are a recap for Eaves and Holladay.

Tickets: $15 children and students; $20 seniors and military; $25 adults. Tickets available at 318-429-6885, www.emmetthoofcenter.org. Box office open weekdays from March 1st, noon to 4:00 pm.

 

Mar
21
Sun
Forever Plaid @ Emmett Hook Center at First United Methodist Church
Mar 21 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Emmett Hook Center will present the staged production of the popular musical, “Forever Plaid” from March 12-21 in downtown Shreveport.It will be the theater’s first major production in more than a year.

“Forever Plaid” is stylized as a musical revue, written by Stuart Ross with music and lyrics by various artists. The off-Broadway show was first performed in 1989 before going international. Several sequels have spawned from the original production.

The story is set in the 1950s and follows four high school friends who’ve formed the clean-cut, close-harmony group, The Plaids. Unfortunately, as the singers travel to their first major professional gig their lives are tragically cut short in an accident involving a bus full of Catholic school girls.

As the show must go on, The Plaids continue to pursue their musical career in the after-life and are granted one day to return to seize their big moment in the spotlight.

“Forever Plaid” is a light-hearted musical starring Emmett Hook Center performers as The Plaids: Clay Eaves as Francis, Robert Holladay as Jinx, Rick Stovall as Smudge, and Jeremy Yang as Sparky. The roles are a recap for Eaves and Holladay.

Tickets: $15 children and students; $20 seniors and military; $25 adults. Tickets available at 318-429-6885, www.emmetthoofcenter.org. Box office open weekdays from March 1st, noon to 4:00 pm.

 

Apr
16
Fri
Spring Awakening Musical Watch Party @ Central Artstation
Apr 16 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Stage Center: @HOME kicks off our 10th Anniversary Season when tickets go on sale Monday, March 29
for the first Mainstage production of 2021, SPRING AWAKENING, the Tony-winning BEST MUSICAL with
music by Duncan Sheik, book/lyrics by Steven Sater, and based on the play by Frank Wedekind. The
event was captured on location in NWLA over 6 weeks, and will be streamed to your favorite device
this April. We are also hosting in-person watch parties at Central Artstation! The rock musical is directed
by SC Artistic Director Jared Watson, with choreography by Zhailon Levingston (on hiatus from
Broadway’s TINA TURNER musical), and musical direction by Seth Taylor.
A heart-pounding score. A heartrending story. A barrier-breaking fusion of morality, sexuality, and
rock&roll. No wonder Spring Awakening has awakened audiences like no other musical in years. The
winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical! Based on the infamous 1891 Frank Wedekind play
and featuring an original score by Grammy-nominated recording star Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater,
Spring Awakening is a story of uncontrollable emotions and undeniable passions, of first loves and
lasting regrets. Haunting and electrifying, the show celebrates the unforgettable journey into
adulthood with a power and a poignancy that you will never forget. The New York Observer says
“Once in a generation, if we’re lucky, an unexpected new musical comes along and changes
everything. That is the thrilling achievement of Spring Awakening.”
Spring Awakening stars Cade Ostermeyer, Selena Simmons, Aiden Poling, & Maddison Gilcrease and
features the talents of Darion Elie, Alyssa Farmer, Fordham Hammond, Camren Hohn, Jackson
Holoubek, Sarah Lord Holoubek, Leah Nansubuga, Morgan Tate, Hannah Wallace, with special
appearances by veteran actors Jim Cowles, Angelique Feater-Evans, Courtnei Gabriel, Eric Kirton,
Patrick Kirton, Susan Kirton, Kezia Pigford, Jason Shidiskis, Logan Sledge, Brian Smith, and Jay Ward.
Performance details – FOUR PERFORMANCES ONLY
Friday, April 16 @ 7:30PM (In-person watch party or stream from anywhere)
Saturday, April 17 @ 2:00PM & 7:30PM (In-person watch parties or stream from anywhere)
Sunday, April 18 @ 2:00PM (Stream from anywhere only)
StageCenterLA.com | 318.218.9978
Tickets: $20. Single | $40. Household (streaming only) | $15. Senior/Student (in person only)
For information on this or any of our exciting upcoming projects or to join our mailing list, call 218-9978
or email stagecenterboxoffice@gmail.com

Apr
17
Sat
Spring Awakening Musical Watch Party @ Central Artstation
Apr 17 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Stage Center: @HOME kicks off our 10th Anniversary Season when tickets go on sale Monday, March 29
for the first Mainstage production of 2021, SPRING AWAKENING, the Tony-winning BEST MUSICAL with
music by Duncan Sheik, book/lyrics by Steven Sater, and based on the play by Frank Wedekind. The
event was captured on location in NWLA over 6 weeks, and will be streamed to your favorite device
this April. We are also hosting in-person watch parties at Central Artstation! The rock musical is directed
by SC Artistic Director Jared Watson, with choreography by Zhailon Levingston (on hiatus from
Broadway’s TINA TURNER musical), and musical direction by Seth Taylor.
A heart-pounding score. A heartrending story. A barrier-breaking fusion of morality, sexuality, and
rock&roll. No wonder Spring Awakening has awakened audiences like no other musical in years. The
winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical! Based on the infamous 1891 Frank Wedekind play
and featuring an original score by Grammy-nominated recording star Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater,
Spring Awakening is a story of uncontrollable emotions and undeniable passions, of first loves and
lasting regrets. Haunting and electrifying, the show celebrates the unforgettable journey into
adulthood with a power and a poignancy that you will never forget. The New York Observer says
“Once in a generation, if we’re lucky, an unexpected new musical comes along and changes
everything. That is the thrilling achievement of Spring Awakening.”
Spring Awakening stars Cade Ostermeyer, Selena Simmons, Aiden Poling, & Maddison Gilcrease and
features the talents of Darion Elie, Alyssa Farmer, Fordham Hammond, Camren Hohn, Jackson
Holoubek, Sarah Lord Holoubek, Leah Nansubuga, Morgan Tate, Hannah Wallace, with special
appearances by veteran actors Jim Cowles, Angelique Feater-Evans, Courtnei Gabriel, Eric Kirton,
Patrick Kirton, Susan Kirton, Kezia Pigford, Jason Shidiskis, Logan Sledge, Brian Smith, and Jay Ward.
Performance details – FOUR PERFORMANCES ONLY
Friday, April 16 @ 7:30PM (In-person watch party or stream from anywhere)
Saturday, April 17 @ 2:00PM & 7:30PM (In-person watch parties or stream from anywhere)
Sunday, April 18 @ 2:00PM (Stream from anywhere only)
StageCenterLA.com | 318.218.9978
Tickets: $20. Single | $40. Household (streaming only) | $15. Senior/Student (in person only)
For information on this or any of our exciting upcoming projects or to join our mailing list, call 218-9978
or email stagecenterboxoffice@gmail.com

Spring Awakening Musical Watch Party @ Central Artstation
Apr 17 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Stage Center: @HOME kicks off our 10th Anniversary Season when tickets go on sale Monday, March 29
for the first Mainstage production of 2021, SPRING AWAKENING, the Tony-winning BEST MUSICAL with
music by Duncan Sheik, book/lyrics by Steven Sater, and based on the play by Frank Wedekind. The
event was captured on location in NWLA over 6 weeks, and will be streamed to your favorite device
this April. We are also hosting in-person watch parties at Central Artstation! The rock musical is directed
by SC Artistic Director Jared Watson, with choreography by Zhailon Levingston (on hiatus from
Broadway’s TINA TURNER musical), and musical direction by Seth Taylor.
A heart-pounding score. A heartrending story. A barrier-breaking fusion of morality, sexuality, and
rock&roll. No wonder Spring Awakening has awakened audiences like no other musical in years. The
winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical! Based on the infamous 1891 Frank Wedekind play
and featuring an original score by Grammy-nominated recording star Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater,
Spring Awakening is a story of uncontrollable emotions and undeniable passions, of first loves and
lasting regrets. Haunting and electrifying, the show celebrates the unforgettable journey into
adulthood with a power and a poignancy that you will never forget. The New York Observer says
“Once in a generation, if we’re lucky, an unexpected new musical comes along and changes
everything. That is the thrilling achievement of Spring Awakening.”
Spring Awakening stars Cade Ostermeyer, Selena Simmons, Aiden Poling, & Maddison Gilcrease and
features the talents of Darion Elie, Alyssa Farmer, Fordham Hammond, Camren Hohn, Jackson
Holoubek, Sarah Lord Holoubek, Leah Nansubuga, Morgan Tate, Hannah Wallace, with special
appearances by veteran actors Jim Cowles, Angelique Feater-Evans, Courtnei Gabriel, Eric Kirton,
Patrick Kirton, Susan Kirton, Kezia Pigford, Jason Shidiskis, Logan Sledge, Brian Smith, and Jay Ward.
Performance details – FOUR PERFORMANCES ONLY
Friday, April 16 @ 7:30PM (In-person watch party or stream from anywhere)
Saturday, April 17 @ 2:00PM & 7:30PM (In-person watch parties or stream from anywhere)
Sunday, April 18 @ 2:00PM (Stream from anywhere only)
StageCenterLA.com | 318.218.9978
Tickets: $20. Single | $40. Household (streaming only) | $15. Senior/Student (in person only)
For information on this or any of our exciting upcoming projects or to join our mailing list, call 218-9978
or email stagecenterboxoffice@gmail.com