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Coming to IPAL - 2017

This performance is supported, in part, by grants from the Louisiana Division of the Arts , Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council administered by the Acadiana Center for the Arts. Funding also provided by the National Endowment for the Arts. ART WORKS!  . Additional Funding provided by the Iberia Parish Foundation, an affiliate of the Community Foundation of Acadiana.

My Son Pinocchio

July 13-23, 2017

“My Son Pinocchio” To Be Presented

As IPAL Summer Youth Musical.

The Iberia Performing Arts League is elated to announce its summer youth musical, Disney’s  "My Son Pinocchio: Geppetto’s  Musical Tale."  The show  will be performed July 13-23, 2017. . Performances are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings are at 7:30 p.m. with Sunday Matinees at 3:00.  Performances will be at IPAL’s Art Deco home, the Essanee Theater, 126 Iberia Street in New Iberia. Tickets in New Iberia can be obtained at Delauane’s Pharmacy, Paul’s Flower Shop, or the Daily Iberian Office or from eventbrite.com . Further  information can be obtained by calling the theater at 364-6114, e-mailing ipal@cox.net, or by visiting the IPAL website www.ipaltheater.com .  Tickets are $15, with $5 tickets available at the door for youth under 18 if available.

This heart warming show tells the classic tale of a puppet-turned-real-boy, but from the perspective of his toymaker father. With beloved songs from the original animated film such as "I’ve  Got No Strings" and "When You Wish Upon a Star," this tale of the parent-child relationship will be enjoyed by adults and youngsters alike. A cast of 40 will present the show.

       The director, Mitchell Prudhomme, said of the show, "This musical speaks strongly to me as a parent with its themes of family and forgiveness. I truly hope that it will do the same for the public, both young and old alike. While audiences will initially be captivated by the catchy music, they will return home, hopefully, with a smile on their face and a lesson learned."

This performance is supported, in part, by a grant from the Louisiana State Arts Council, through the Louisiana Division of the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts and administered through the Acadiana Center for the Arts