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The Journey

4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Set in Jackson Square, New Orleans, a place where magic and dreams exist, a group of street performers appear led by a mysterious bum, a magician of sorts. Through his street wise insight and a little voodoo, he begins telling the stories of five individuals, connected to one another by fate. The entire show is played as street performance.
Nicole, a free spirit with a penchant for the bad boys, left a safe life with her wealthy parents in Savannah to discover what life really had to offer. Jack is a haunted starving artist running from his shadowed past. Phanny, a beautiful young jazz singer, becomes aware she must choose between her dream and a man she’s told is best for her; and, Lucielle and Dominik, once so in love, are on the brink of falling apart as a failing dream rattles their marriage.
As the eclectic sounds of New Orleans frame their lives, each character chooses their own path that will either work toward their benefit or… their destruction. Relationships are tested as obstacles grow harder to overcome and identities are lost.
Even when surrounded by the state of the nation and the dark world of unemployment, homelessness, abuse, prostitution, and drugs there is a message that shines through: Fate is only a matter of the choices we make. Life is a journey…where you go is up to you.
This story embodies what it means to feel love, regret, loss, forgiveness, redemption and hope.

VIP tickets are $38, General Admission is $28. Seniors and Students are $20 with ID. All ticket purchases are held at Will Call. VIP ticket holders are invited to join the cast and crew for a 7pm reception.

Shows are January 21, 22, 23 and 28, 29, 30, 2016 at 8pm.

SKU: 3481

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Ticket Type

VIP Admission, General Admission, Senior Ticket, Student Ticket

Show Date

Jan. 21, Jan. 22, Jan. 23, Jan. 28, Jan. 29, Jan. 30

2 reviews for The Journey

  1. 4 out of 5


    Great show, wish the attendance was higher. Energy level excellent. Sound sucked. Could not understand the words. The music was louder than the voices. Drummer was great but he drowned out the signers. The room was very cold. I asked one of the mangers at half time to turn it off and he did. Great acting! Ciao, Patrick

  2. 5 out of 5


    It was wonderful. Great story, acting and everything you could think of. The time and energy put into the show were definetly felt, which is anazing Also the music was beyond this world. Art for ears! (And eyes)

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