Women’s Professional Council – February 6, 2017
Le Petit Théâtre Du Vieux Carré is celebrating 100 years of bringing theatrical productions to New Orleans. The city’s most historic playhouse, Le Petit has played an important role in our nation’s theatrical history since 1916. Located just off of Jackson Square, Le Petit has called its current stage at 616 St. Peter Street home since 1922.
At WPC’s February meeting, we will have a chance to have cocktails and meet/greet in this famed theatre. Then we will move to Dickie Brennan’s Tableau, which is in the same building, for dinner and remarks from Katie Hallman, Le Petit’s managing director.
Prior to moving to New Orleans in 2014, Ms. Hallman served as Director of Concert Operations for Manhattan Concert Productions in New York City. There, she oversaw the production of over 55 concerts at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Symphony Center – Orchestra Hall, and other venues across the United States. Ms. Hallman produced the prestigious Broadway in Concert Series for MCP, presenting star-studded concert performances at David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center, including Ragtime, Parade, as well as the reunion concert of Titanic. Previous work includes Le Poisson Rouge (NYC) and the Guthrie Theater (Minneapolis).
LE PETIT THEATRE
616 St. Peter St.
New Orleans LA 70116
Monday, February 6th
5:30 pm – Cocktails
6:15pm-7:30pm – Dinner & Program
RSVP By January 30th
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