Music & Theater
in Shreveport, LA
(showing 1 - 7 out of 7)
Meadows Museum of Art
2911 Centenary Blvd
Shreveport, LA 71104 Directions
If taking a break from your usual scene and expanding your world view sounds like fun, then check out the various collections of art on display at the Meadows Museum of Art. The museum's holdings include pieces that date back to the 1800s as well as pieces by American Impressionist Alfred Maurer, German Expressionist George Grosz, and Texas Regionalist Don Brown. It's a visually captivating trip that's sure to invigorate your senses.
R.W. Norton Art Gallery
4747 Creswell Ave
Shreveport, LA 71106 Directions
From the natural beauty of flowers and other regional foliage to the quest of the Native Americans, you'll see the various artistic essences of these subjects captured in the works on display at the R.W. Norton Art Gallery. Aside from the impressive paintings and photographs, there are various series of speakers and multimedia presentations that tell the stories behind some of these mesmerizing creations.
Shreveport Little Theatre
812 Margaret Pl
Shreveport, LA 71101 Directions
For 89 years, the Shreveport Little Theatre has been consistently staging productions that have put smiles on the faces of countless audiences. The entertainment venue relies on the talents of local actors and actresses to perform in their varied but consistently entertaining schedule of plays. From The Little Shop of Horrors to Hairspray, you're not far from a fun at this local tip-of-the-hat to the magic of Broadway.
212 Texas St
Shreveport, LA 71101 Directions
Whether it's talented locals or world class, seasoned performers, they all feel at home when they're performing at the Shreveport Opera. Some of the season's many notable productions include Don Giovanni, La Boheme and Tosca. The entertainment venue is also the site for several book fairs and other fund-raising projects throughout the year in an effort to keep the art of opera alive in Shreveport.
Stephens African American Museum
Shreveport, LA 71108 Directions
Undoubtedly the African American culture has had a rightful influence on American society, but to fully appreciate its origin and history, check out the Stephens African American Museum. Through paintings, relics and other items and art works, you'll get a sharply developed picture of the various African American contributions to our development and the importance of continued awareness of this fascinating component of America's story.
619 Louisiana Ave
Shreveport, LA 71165 Directions
The Strand Theatre prides itself in consistently staging unforgettable, crowd-pleasing entertainment. From the impressive dramatic presentation of Hotel California, one of the country's best Eagles tribute bands, to the hilarious characters that inhabit Mel Brooks' comic masterpiece Young Frankenstein, the Strand's spotlight illuminates a must-see season of music, drama and laughter.
Theatre of the Performing Arts
4005 Lakeshore Dr
Shreveport, LA 71109 Directions
Carrying the tradition of performing arts from generation to generation is the primary goal of the Theatre of the Performing Arts. Aside from putting on various stage productions, the theater also makes education another high priority, as students, members of various civic organizations, and other clubs all take part in programs that foster a continued interest in taking center stage.
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