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Goat in the Road

Goat in the Road's Bingo Night Extravaganza OR (it's full title), Goat in the Road's Ridiculous Bingo Fundraiser Full On Buckle Your Pants Get Ready!

Friday, January 27th
Sanctuary Arts in the Marigny (2525 Burgundy Street). 

$10 online pre-sale gets you a bingo card and a free drink! 

Support our educational programs and our new show Foreign to Myself by stopping in, playing a game of extravagant bingo, winning some prizes, playing the raffle, drinking some drinks, eating some eats, listening to music, and having a good ole time.

Hosted by the fabulous Ian Hoch, our all night bingo features costumes, audience challenges, actual great prizes, a lot of hilarious acerbic wit, and a fresh dose of fun-making. Come play one game or play five. Our raffle features artwork by your favorite local artists (make your home more beautiful), and our bar (with a specialty cocktail by Ghost Tequila and beer from Urban South Brewery) and eats (from Il PostoPizza D, and Kebab) will fill your stomach with wonder.

"That Bingo night was insane. Now I'm an astronaut." -- Astronaut Pete
"Best time I've ever had. Wait, what is this about?" -- Meryl Streep

Thank you to our bar sponsors!

And our food sponsors!



Goat in the Road continues touring its children's theatre show to schools throughout New Orleans! The performance is comprised of four plays, written by 5th, 6th and 7th graders from New Orleans, that feature goofy humor and heartbreaking disappointments, bringing audiences on an adventure through the imagination of a young person.

Each play is accompanied by a short video introduction by the student playwright, discussing the inspiration for the play and the process of writing.  Goat in the Schools empowers students to write creatively by featuring theater written by students, for students.

GRP will tour this show through the summer of 2017! Please contact Project Director Darci Fulcher if you are interested in booking Snowman, Monster, Dog -

Performance Time: 45 minutes
Performance Price: $650
Needs: A large space (cafeteria or gyms work well)


The Snowman, Monster, Dog ensemble performs at Arise Academy.


Part of the CAC's 2016-2017 season, Foreign to Myself is an ensemble built performance that examines the shifting identity of the returning military veteran. Based on research into the history and science of trauma, along with dozens of interviews with post-deployment military personnel from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, GRP explores the many ways returning veterans navigate the world, and the inherent difficulties of re-entry. 


May 18 – 21
Contemporary Arts Center
900 Camp St.
$35 online or at the door


Now in its eighth year, GRP’s Play/Write program has two components: teaching artist residencies in six New Orleans schools, and the Showcase of student works performed by local, professional performance companies.

 GRP is thrilled to be working with St. Mary’s Academy, Success Preparatory Academy, The International Schools of Louisiana, Young Audiences Charter School, and Warren Easton High School to bring theatre and playwriting to over 200 students in New Orleans.

May 2017, date TBD
Dillard University’s Cook Theatre
2601 Gentilly Blvd.
$10 online or at the door

Goat in the Road Productions is a New Orleans based performance ensemble dedicated to the production of original and invigorating new works of theatre, dance, performance art, and educational programming.