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2014-2015 SEASON

CREATIVE TEAM SHINES IN THEATRE BATON ROUGE'S 'A CHRISTMAS CAROL
DEC. 12
Holiday season is upon us, and its ubiquitous traditions are anticipatedMore


TBR TACKLES LARGER-THAN-LIFE LOMBARDI
Nov. 14
Vince Lombardi was a man who surrounded himself with talent, then let it blossom, guiding without stiflingMore

VOTE FOR THEATRE BATON ROUGE
Nov. 14
InRegister Magazine is donating $5,000 to five area non-profits in celebration of their 25th anniversary.More

THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT: AN EXEMPLARY 'SPRING AWAKENING' FOR TBR
Oct. 24, 2014
"Spring Awakening" -- along with "James Joyce's The Dead," LaChiusa's  "Wild Party"More

TBR FINDS ITS VOICE UNDER NEW DIRECTION WITH 'MARY POPPINS'
Sept. 16, 2014
When the cast list came out for “Mary Poppins,” Theatre Baton Rouge seemedMore

TBR NAMES NEW MANAGING ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
July 12, 2014
Jenny Ballard has been named Theatre Baton Rouge’s new managing artistic director.More


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Other People's Money


By Jerry Sterner


Starting Januray 23rd Through February 8th 2015

Wall Street takeover artist Lawrence Garfinkle's computer is going haywire over the undervalued stock of New England Wire & Cable. If the stockholders back his take over, they will make a bundle, but what will happen to the 1,200 employees and the community when he liquidates the assets? Opposing the rapacious financier are the genial man who has run the company since year one and his chief operations officer. They bring in a young lawyer who specializes in fending off takeovers. Should she find a white knight? Employ a shark repellent? This compelling dark comedy explores whether corporate raiders are creatures from the Black Lagoon of capitalism or realists.

UPCOMING SPECIALS

One Thousand Words

One Thousand Words is a new and ORIGINAL musical written by Louisiana natives Michael Braud and Curran Latas.

Performances January 8 - 11

Tickets are available ONLINE ONLY.


Richard Hanks knows that writing a thousand words about two men who were in love in the 1940's will help promote himself at the Blue Advocate, but what he doesn't realize is how much hearing the story of one of the men will change his perspective on equality. The audience follows Richard's journey, and in doing so, get a glimpse at a love story that must struggle against a quickly changing, unacceptable culture. Set to a contemporary score complete with rock, jazz, and ballads, One Thousand Words flashbacks between Richard in the 1990's to Daniel and Warren's relationship in the 1940's. Set against the backdrop of The Great Depression and World War II, Warren and Daniel must face a world set against them, leaving audiences to examine what has changed in the years since their struggle. Ultimately paralleling that of a typical young relationship of the time, the audience leaves the show comparing their relationship to Warren and Daniel's and begs them to question if there really is any difference in who you love.
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