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Fantômes: Deux

December 8, 2023 - December 10, 2023

Recurring daily 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
This December 8-10, enjoy a dance performance like no other focused on the ghost stories and legends of New Orleans. 
This December 8-10 at Le Petit Theatre, enjoy a dance performance like none other centered on the ghost stories and legends of New Orleans. Back by popular demand, experience the spooky magic brought to life in Fantômes: Deux.
In a city with old bones, the mystery and allure of those who came here once before remain…
Mélange Dance Company presents: Fantômes: Deux, a spooky time warp to the swampy beginnings of New Orleans, dripped in jazz music and sin, filled with old ghost stories and legends brought to life through contemporary dance and live music by Gabrielle Cavassa and band.
Notorious New Orleans ladies tell our tale, like Josie Arlington, Lulu White, the spirit of the French Opera House, and the dangerous women of Smokey Row; these women knew how to cleverly navigate the vice district in an era of scarce opportunity. Discover Julie, the beautiful ghost of love whose marriage dare ends in hypothermic tragedy on a Royal Street rooftop and Mily Bailey, the lost bride who still waits in white for her fallen soldier at the Dauphine Orleans Hotel. Twelve months and a day, we explore our signature cities of the dead and listen for the haunting bells of yellow fever. These stories of tragedy and triumph blur the lines between past and present, still breathing energy and life into our intricate city streets. Like Arlington’s Flaming Tomb, we illuminate and honor the fascinating lives of these souls while finding harmony living among these uniquely infinite spirits, and, what was in those caskets?
Photo credits: Kristy Ganslle, Hannah Bahney
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Le Petit Theatre

New Orleans’ most historic playhouse, Le Petit Théâtre Du Vieux Carré, plays an important role in our nation’s theatrical history. Located off of Jackson Square, our current stage at 616 St. Peter Street has been home...