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Goat in the Road

IT's YEAR 10 BABY!

THE "10 for 10" CAMPAIGN
GOAL: $20,000

This yearlong campaign will raise $10,000 in honor of Goat in the Road’s first ten years, and $10,000 for our next ten years of quality educational programming and original theatre.

All donations will go to supporting GRP’s 2018 - 19 season and beyond! (Progress bar will not update immediately, so do not be alarmed!)

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The First 10 Years

1. THE CALCULUS OF HOPE, 2008

First GRP show ever! Starring GRP co-founder Rachel Carrico and Jamey Coffey Reynolds, with music by GRP co-founder William Bowling.

2. MAJOR SWELLING, 2009

Co-produced with the Cripple Creek Theatre Co., GRP’s first show with Chris Kaminstein and Shannon Flaherty on board! Performed at the 2009 New Orleans Fringe Festival.

3. PLAY/WRITE LAUNCH, 2010

The first Showcase took place at the Contemporary Arts Center! Lead by Rachel Carrico, Play/Write started as a 10 week program in three schools.

4. OUR MAN, 2010 - 2016

Launched the political trigology co-created by Chris Kaminstein and Will Bowling, went on two tours up the East Coast, and was featured on the cover of American Theatre Magazine in 2013.

5. PLAY/WRITE GROWS, 2013

Growth of the program from 10 weeks to a full year (22 weeks) of playwriting and performance classes for NOLA students. Students now have a chance to try out even more writing and performance!

6. NUMB, 2014 - 16

GRP’s original show about the history of painlessness. Precipitated by our partnership with the NO Pharmacy Museum, Numb won three Big Easy Awards, and toured to NYC too!

7. BIRTH OF THE ENSEMBLE, 2014

From 2 to 4 to 10 to 20, how we have grown! And don’t forget our amazing board members over the years.

8. UNCLE VANYA: QUARTER LIFE CRISIS, 2015

Our adaption of the Chekhov classic, our first foray into the immersive world with amazing set design by Owen Ever and lobby experience by MOMMA Tried.

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9. Haydn Seek, 2016

A collaboration with the New Resonance Orchestra, Haydn Seek was GRP’s interpretation of Haydn symphonies performed alongside an orchestra.A great partners

10. THE STRANGER DISEASE, 2018

Created in partnership with the Louisiana State Museum & Friends of the Cabildo, this immersive piece blends so many things we love: up close and personal acting, New Orleans, and using the past to help us understand today.

The Next 10 Years!

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1. PLAY/WRITE, 2010 and on!

Our flagship educational program going strong in year 10, and with the hiring of a new Education Associate, we are looking to expand.

2. GOAT IN THE SCHOOLS, 2016 and on!

4 student-written plays generated during the Play/Write program travel to NOLA schools to entertain and spread creativity and confidence to students.

3. SHAKESBEER, 2017 and on!

Our 30 minute version of the world’s most famous love story returns as part of the 2018 InFRINGE Festival. What new adaptation will we do next?

4. THE MONOCLE IN CONCERT, 2019

GRP is combining forces with award winning New Orleans musician Aurora Nealand to create a captivating concert of her solo work.

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5. ROLEPLAY, 2018 - 19

A new play being developed with students about love, relationships, and campus life.

6. HISTORIC HOME PLAYS, 2018 and on!

Starting with The Stranger Disease in 2018, GRP aims to collaborate with local historic homes to create more immersive plays that showcase NOLA history.

7. FOREIGN TO MYSELF, 2017 - 2019

GRP’s show about Veterans & homecoming is slated to return to the VA in 2019.

8. FORGE FESTIVAL, 2016 and on!

More FORGE Festivals, more original work by ensemble members… next one in 2019!

9. BINGO! 2017 and on!

Why do we love bingo so?

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10. Empty space

Saving some space for spontaneity…


 

 

 

Celebrate theatre in NOLA!

 

 

 

Goat in the Road is proud to be a part of the
New Orleans Theater Network!

Thank you to all our funders and partners who make our work possible!

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