Now on Stage
Christmas on the Bayou
By Frank Levy and Bonnie Bess Wood
This holiday children’s production is based on the life of St. Tammany’s first missionary, Adrien Rouguette.
One Weekend Only: Dec. 15-17, 2006
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The show is the true story of Adrien Rouquette, also called Chahta Ima, who devoted his life to helping Native Americans in St. Tammany 150 years ago. The story is fun, funny, in the holiday spirit, dramatic and based on TRUE events. A great participation and learning process for all.
What about Performances?
Performances are Wednesday, 12/13 through Sunday 12/17 with WED. AND THUR. being daytime shows for school groups from the schools of the children who are in the show.
All kids get release time from school superintendent to do the daytime shows for their peers.
Exact daytime showtimes will be set by each attending school group and announced after we know which schools have children in the show
Friday and Saturday, 12/15 & 12/16 shows are at 8 p.m.
Sunday, 12/17 show will be at 2 p.m.
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