TPI, Field Trip!

Offer your students a multitude of experiences, all at one convenient location!

 

 


 

Founded in 1960 as a non-profit community theatre, Thibodaux Playhouse, Inc. [TPI] has produced more than 280 plays over its 59-year history. In keeping with its vision to “EXPAND THE ARTS and ENHANCE THE EXPERIENCE”, the Playhouse expanded its programming in February, 2017 to include an annual field trip production for PreK-4th grade students from Lafourche, Terrebonne, and Assumption Parish public and private schools. By staging theatrical adaptations of Louisiana-based children's stories, the Playhouse immerses local elementary students in Louisiana history and culture while increasing access, participation, knowledge, and exposure to the performing arts for area youth.

 

Thibodaux Playhouse has been the principle resident of the Wetlands Acadian Cultural Center Theater, a part of Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve since 1992. Thanks to the Playhouse’s partnership with the National Park Service, teachers can provide their students with a culturally comprehensive learning opportunity, all at one convenient location. National Park Rangers will be on hand to offer breakout sessions to all students after each performance. 

 

Jean Lafitte National Historical Park & Preserve
Wetlands Acadian Cultural Center Theater
314 St. Mary Street, Thibodaux

Reservations: (985) 446-1896
 

 

 

Thibodaux Playhouse is proud to produce Feliciana, a theatrical adaptation of Tynia Thomassie’s Feliciana Feydra LeRoux and Feliciana Meets d’Loup Garou written by local Early Childhood teacher and Playhouse volunteer Daphne Hernandez. Join young mischief-maker Feliciana Feydra LeRoux as she treads through the dark swamp and comes face-to-face with an alligator AND d’Loup Garou! Feliciana’s sassiness and self-confidence make her an appealing heroine in these cautionary Cajun tall tales.

 

Feliciana is a two-act stage play suited for young audiences. Performances run approximately 45 minutes.

 

Written by Daphne Hernandez, a Terrebonne Parish Early Childhood teacher of 28 years and resident of Thibodaux. Daphne has remained active in local theatre since 2007.

 

 


 

Mimi's Mardi Gras Adventures  -  February 2017

 

An Acadian Thanksgiving - November, 2017

 


 

Performance Admission

 

  1. Seating is limited! The Wetlands Acadian Cultural Center Theater seat 200 patrons. Field trips must be scheduled in advance to secure reservations and ensure admittance.

    For reservations, call 985-446-1896.

     
  2. Thibodaux Playhouse strives to increase access, participation, knowledge, and exposure to the performing arts for area youth. For this reason, and because seating is limited, admission is restricted to students and supervising faculty/staff members only (ratio of no more than ONE ADULT per FIVE STUDENTS).

    Students with special needs: The Wetlands Acadian Cultural Center is fully wheelchair accessible. Please specify accommodation needs, including the need for a child-specific chaperone, when scheduling your field trip.
     
  3. Performances are closed to the public. Only students and adults affiliated with a scheduled group, in accordance to the adult/student ratio specified above, will be admitted.