Wonderful, entertaining, and educational performances by exceptional actors!!

— Iris Hollier


Playwright Carolyn Woosley reads “Caroline” Dormon from her Louisiana Women play cycle, one night only:

Trees have always been a source of solace and inspiration for people, and are, ultimately, one of the primary life giving forces on Earth. This exhibition is a celebration of trees, with the aim to show, in some ways, how our lives are inextricably entwined with them.

Truly and simply, what makes Louisiana livable is the prevalence of its great and grand trees. Louisiana would be a very inhospitable place without them.

Louisiana Women playwright Carolyn Woosley reads her one act play “Caroline,” on the life of Caroline Dormon, Louisiana nature and forestry preservationist and founder of Louisiana’s Kisatchie National Forest.

Saturday, December 4th
5:30 p.m.

3427 Magazine Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115