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Classical Vocal presents Semele

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NOCCA’s Sneaux Day!

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An Evening With The International Writing Program at the University of Iowa

An Evening With The International Writing Program at the University of Iowa

Artists Featured:
Santiago GIRALT (playwright, screenwriter, filmmaker, fiction writer; Argentina) writes plays, screenplays, and novels, and directs films. In 2017, he was awarded the National Arts Fund Bi-Centennial Grant in Literature. His first novel, [Nelly R, the General’s Lover], was shortlisted for the 2008 Planeta International Prize; La mala …

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The Magic Behind The Scenes | Theatre Design!

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Riverview Gallery Reception | In Honor & Memory of Demontris Toliver

Riverview Gallery Reception | In Honor & Memory of Demontris Toliver

NOCCA Honors Family Member With Gallery Reception
In memory of Demontris Toliver
NOCCA Riverview Gallery | April 27, 6-8 PM
2800 Chartres Street | New Orleans
The family of Demontris Toliver is still searching for closure.
Demontris Toliver was tragically murdered while visiting New Orleans over the 2016 Thanksgiving weekend. …

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Jazz Big Band Performance | April 19

Jazz Big Band Performance | April 19

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Celebration Season!

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Creative Writing Spring Reading | UMBRA Release

Creative Writing Spring Reading | UMBRA Release

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2017 President Honors Awards

NOCCA Honors Student-Artists for Achievement With President Honors Awards
Wednesday, April 12, 7 PM
L-R: (top row)  De’Vante Payne, Felicite Lazaras-South, Conner Baudier, Denae’ Riddick, Clairanne Johnson, Ojo Akinlana; (bottom row) Kayla Reado, Regan Phelps, Grace Collins, Kenneth Latour, Ashley Maldonado, Victoria Chauvin
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Student-Artists of …

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NOCCA Drama presents LONELINESS AND DESIRE: THREE SCENES BY TENNESSEE

Two young strangers meet on a deserted train track. Lovers say goodbye, maybe for the last time. Down on their luck strangers dream of a better life. In three scenes from plays by Tennessee Williams—This Property is Condemned, The Rose Tattoo, and The Lady of …

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