DENHAM SPRINGS -- Thierry Santangelo couldn’t stop staring at his painting hanging on the wall.
WATSON -- In their most recent production, gifted and talented theatre students from Live Oak High showed audiences just how crazy things can get backstage during rehearsals — and during the actual show.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- When it comes to food, presentation is as important as taste to Kristine Stone.
Laine Hardy walked to the door, turned to face “American Idol” judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie, and asked the one question burning on the minds of everyone watching back at home.
Ashton Brooke Gill, a graduate of French Settlement High School and current student at Southeastern Louisiana University, will be under the bright lights of national television when she appears on “American Idol” on Sunday, March 10.
Students in the Livingston Parish Talented Arts Program brought one of the most iconic fairy tales to the stage when they entertained ticket buyers with showings of “Alice in Wonderland” last weekend.
Southeastern Louisiana University’s Department of Music and Performing Arts’ Contemporary Dance Program will present “MAINSTAGE: Spring Dance/Movement Studies Concert” during a two-night run later this month.
The Southeastern Louisiana University Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Lab Band will present its first concert of the spring 2019 semester at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 27.
Live Oak area Gifted and Talented Theatre students demonstrated their performance and production skills during the 2019 Louisiana Thespian Festival held at Northwestern State University.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Local photographer Jenny Bauer was recently named the recipient of the Arts Council of Livingston Parish’s annual Kathy Reeves Scholarship, given in honor of the late Kathy Reeves.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- The satisfactory feeling Louise Hansen gets whenever she’s doodling in her journal is unlike any other.
It’ll be all about the “Country Classics” when the Grand Country Junction welcomes music lovers to its monthly show on Saturday, Feb. 16.
Southeastern Louisiana University’s Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts will present a one-time showing of “Frankenstein” on Saturday, Feb. 23, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
An album release concert will be held for local performer James Linden Hogg at the Manship Theatre on Thursday, Feb. 14, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Dr. Kelvin Jones has led many band camps in the past, but he noticed something different about the kids from Livingston Parish minutes into the first rehearsal.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Children painted one of the most popular — and most imaginary — animals in the world last weekend at the Arts Council of Livingston Parish.
Two Southeastern Louisiana University Community Music School violin students recently won the Sinfonia Division of the Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestra (GNOYO) concerto competition.
WALKER -- There were times when Randy Blackwell couldn’t help but stare at the photographs, those faded moments-in-time that provide a glimpse into the glorious past of this five-decade-old building.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- The Arts Council of Livingston Parish will open its doors to a new member organization over the next two months.
The Old South Jamboree, where the sounds of country music have delighted the ears of ticket buyers for around five decades, will ring in the New Year with its first show of 2019 on Saturday, Jan. 5.
Southeastern Louisiana University’s Community Music School recently announced its five Fall 2018 CMS Outstanding Musicians, including two from Livingston Parish.
Approximately 120 band students from 11 Livingston Parish schools were selected to the District IV middle school and high school honor bands.
WATSON -- The Livingston Parish Children’s Choirs, made up of more than 100 singers in grades K-12, put audiences in the holiday spirit with a wide variety of tasteful selections during its 28th Annual Christmas Concert on Friday, Dec. 7.
Annabelle Mack has returned as Clara in the Hammond Ballet’s production of “The Nutcracker,” a role she also held during the 2016 show.
The Community Music School at Southeastern Louisiana University will present the Northlake Community Band in a concert titled “Fall Potpourri” on Tuesday, Dec. 4.