Wrestling is slated to hit Livingston Parish this weekend when Pro Wrestling 225 presents “Retribution” from 7-10 p.m. on Saturday, June 23, at the North Park Recreation Center in Denham Springs.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Cherie Ducote-Breaux never wanted her nickel allergies to dictate whether or not she wore jewelry.
The Tri-Parish Ballet, comprised of dancers from three area parishes, will kick off its annual summer tour with a modern retelling of “Carnival” at all five branches of the Livingston Parish Library from June 19-21.
WALKER -- Eight dancers delighted their families and friends with a ballet performance featuring songs from the Disney animated film “Moana” at Wholly Ground Coffee House on Thursday, June 14.
LIVINGSTON -- Local country singer Kendall Shaffer and other new faces took the Grand Country Junction stage for a night of “Hot Country Hits” during the Junction’s monthly show on Saturday, June 16.
The heat will be turned up when the Grand Country Junction welcomes local country singer Kendall Shaffer for a night of “Hot Country Hits” during the group’s monthly show at the Suma Crossing Theatre on Saturday, June 16.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- In the midst of its nine-day, 30-show summer tour, the Baton Rouge Youth Ballet dazzled a Livingston Parish audience with an entertaining production of “Coppélia” at the Denham Springs-Walker Library on Friday.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- In the late 1950s, Stan Routh discovered a way to take advantage of his profession to produce works of art.
The Baton Rouge Youth Ballet will stop in Livingston Parish during its nine-day, 30-performance summer tour across the capitol area.
WALKER -- Carlton Jones won’t turn 70 for another two weeks, but that didn’t matter to patrons of the Old South Jamboree, who came to celebrate the organizer’s birthday a little early this year.
Southeastern Louisiana University’s Community Music School announced Michael Noble-Hodge, Kelsey Jones, Ava Chatellier and Ellie Ridgell as the Spring 2018 CMS Outstanding Musicians.
Multi-award winning musician, author, and storyteller Johnette Downing will once again bring her dynamic and interactive performance to the Livingston Parish Library.
The Old South Jamboree will celebrate the 70th birthday of organizer Carlton Jones during a show dubbed “Carlton’s Birthday Gig” on Saturday, May 5.
Natchitoches – Visual artists, vocalists, actors, pianists, dancers and instrumentalists were recognized when instructors from the Department of Creative and Performing Arts at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts presented their end-of-year awards during a ceremony held Tues…
The man known as “The Singing Sheriff” will visit Livingston Parish this weekend when the Grand Country Junction welcomes singer-songwriter Bud Torres to the stage on Saturday, May 19.
Five seniors in Walker High’s Band of Legacy are taking their musical talents to the next level.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- The Denham Springs Fine Arts Association (DSFAA) announced the winners of its 2018 Spring Show during its monthly meeting at the Denham Springs-Walker Library on Monday, May 7.
Students in the Livingston Parish Talented Theatre program performed Thorton Wilder’s “Our Town” on Thursday and Friday, April 19-20, at the Suma Crossing Theatre.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- The Livingston Parish Library is inviting the public on a trip through the history of the written word.
There won’t be any mariachi bands, but the Old South Jamboree still plans to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with plenty of toe-tapping music.
The Art Council of Livingston Parish’s mission is to provide art education for the children in the community and also to promote local artists to the community.
BATON ROUGE -- Whether you want to learn how to act, sing, dance or play an instrument, Christian Vigé says he has the class for you.
The Southeastern Louisiana University Chamber Orchestra will present its last concert of the season at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 2, in Pottle Music Auditorium.
The Livingston Parish Children’s Choirs (LPCC), comprised of 100 singers in grades K-12, will present its 27th Annual Spring Concert at 7 p.m. inside the sanctuary at Live Oak United Methodist Church in Watson on Friday, May 4.
Students in the Livingston Parish Public Schools talented theatre program will perform showings of Thorton Wilder’s “Our Town” at 7 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, April 19-20, at the Suma Crossing Theatre, located at just off I-12 Exit 19 in Satsuma.
The current Southeastern Louisiana University artist-in-residence Abigail Smithson will give a public lecture on Thursday, April 19, at 2 p.m. in the Contemporary Art Gallery.
SPRINGFIELD -- When Joe Simmons took over the Springfield High School theatre department in 2006, it wasn’t even a department.
In honor of Mother’s Day, the Arts Council of Livingston Parish wants children and mothers to come together for its next art class.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Students in Donna Van Oss’ theatre classes read play after play, but nothing seemed to click.
Southeastern Louisiana University’s Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts will present Mummenschanz, a physical theatre group from Switzerland, for one live performance only on April 18 at 7:30 p.m.
ALBANY -- Students ran to where their artwork hung on the walls, proudly showing off what they’d spent weeks — and in some cases months — preparing.
The public will get the chance to meet local artists when the Arts Council of Livingston Parish hosts a reception for its “Established and Emerging Artist” exhibit on Saturday, April 14.
WALKER – A 50-year career has taken country music guitarist Doyle Dykes throughout America and abroad, but a performance Saturday marked his first ever appearance at a fabled local venue.
For the next month, the Livingston Parish Library’s Albany-Springfield Branch will be filled with student-made works of art.
For the second straight month, young and old artists alike are being featured at the Arts Council of Livingston Parish.