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Celebrating the 55th anniversary of its Broadway premiere, William Gibson’s “The Miracle Worker” is set to share the compelling story of Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan at Lockport’s Bayou Playhouse May 8-31.

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Suspenseful. Complex. Clever. These are the literature qualities that surface when reading E. Lockhart’s newest novel “We Were Liars.” Oh… and deceit, there’s a lot of deceit as the title suggests.

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Blend the works of the Bard of Avon, the antics of The Three Stooges and Monty Python and add a shot of Cajun hot sauce and you’ve got the Thibodaux Playhouse’s latest offering: “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged).”

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Stephanie Donaldson’s path to being a business owner and a 2014 Lafourche Parish 40 Under 40 honoree didn’t always go according to plan.

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Every family is unique. Each family has its own living arrangements, inside jokes, schedules, rules, quirks, among other significant qualities. In the case of the highly eccentric Walls family, uniqueness reaches a whole new level. American writer and journalist Jeanette Walls has what most …

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With the 2012 presidential election year well under way, Le Petit Theatre de Terrebonne is taking audiences back to the 1960 National Convention in Philadelphia, where two front-running presidential candidates are competing for the nomination of their political party amid dirt-digging, mud-s…

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