Othello

OTHELLO By William Shakespeare Directed by David Hoover April 25 – 28 | May 1 – 5 ABOUT: Shakespeare’s OTHELLO chronicles the epic love story of Othello and Desdemona and the lies and betrayal of Iago that lead to their…

RM220’s Picks for the Best Panels and Other Events at the 2017 Tennessee Williams Festival (March 22 – 26)

One of the highlights of New Orleans literary calendar, the Tennessee Williams Festival (March 22 – 26) is celebrating its thirty-first year of festivities in 2017. Over its three decades, the festival has faithfully brought acclaimed poets, writers and playwrights from across…

Bayou Magazine celebrates launch of Issue 64 at Saturn Bar on Feb. 12

Bayou Magazine will celebrate the launch of Issue 64 at 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 12, at Saturn Bar (3067 St. Claude Ave.). Issues of the magazine will be available for sale. The event will also feature a DJ, raffle prizes,…

UNO presents an evening with poets Derrick Harriell and Sara Slaughter Oct. 7

The University of New Orleans Creative Writing Workshop will host a reading by poets Derrick Harriell and Sara Slaughter at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 7, at the UNO Lakeside Campus, Liberal Arts Building, Room 197. The reading will be followed…

A strong week for N.O. book events: Lorrie Morrie, Jesmyn Ward, Francisco Goldman, and more!

Lorrie Moore kicks of a strong week of literary events in New Orleans with a reading at 7 p.m. tonight, Monday, March 2, in the Lavin-Bernick Student Center on Tulane University’s campus. Moore is the author of five collections of short stories…

Multitalented poet and performer Mong-Lan to read at UNO Nov. 19

Poet, artist, singer, tango dancer, and general creative dynamo Mong-Lan will give a reading at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 19, in room 201 of the Liberal Arts Building on UNO’s Lakeside Campus (here’s a map). Mong-Lan is the author,…

In broadcast begins responsibilities: The UNO/WWNO program Storyville needs to step it up

By Taylor Murrow Storyville, for those who don’t know, was a regulated vice district (brothels, gambling, booze—the whole shebang) at the edge of the French Quarter in the early 20th century. It was shut down in 1917, but was memorialized…

Long Live the Neighborhood Story Project

The Neighborhood Story Project, a collaborative community publishing endeavor that uses oral histories, photography, and storytelling to create books that document facets of New Orleans’ civic and cultural tapestry, was recently awarded a $240,000 grant from the Surdna Foundation to…

Violence, alcohol abuse, racism, sex, extreme weather, and finally, a sort of liberalism: An interview with Nancy Dixon on her anthology of 200 years of New Orleans literature

By C.W. Cannon An ambitious new volume, N.O. Lit: 200 Years of New Orleans Literature, collects short fiction and plays that reflect the city’s literary history, from Paul Louis LeBlanc de Villeneufve’s 18th-century play The Festival of the Young Corn,…

Nik De Dominic and Michael Tod Edgerton read poetry at UNO Nov. 20

The University of New Orleans Creative Writing Program will present two poets with three-part names, Nik De Dominic and Michael Tod Edgerton, for readings starting at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 20, at the UNO Campus Art Gallery (on Harwood…

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