dd July 29, 2015


BUG’S-EYE VIEW — Black-eyed susans shoot toward the sky, creating a spectacle of color for the insect residents of the Louisiana Native Garden. Located alongside the Merryl and Sam Israel Jr. Environmental Sciences Building on the Tulane University uptown campus, the garden features a variety of water-loving flowers, grasses, shrubs and trees that are native to southern Louisiana.

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Summer Lyric Theatre

Hello, Dolly!

July 30 – Aug. 1

Hello, Dolly! has been charming audiences since its debut, enjoying three Broadway revivals, a movie, and international success.  The New York Herald Tribune called this multiple Tony Award winner “a musical comedy dream.” For tickets, call the box office at 504-865-5269 or email the Newcomb Department of Music.

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