Show Times & Tickets
Check out the show dates and times below. All shows will be held at Schulte Hall at Notre Dame Seminary (2901 S. Carrollton Ave, New Orleans). The doors will open 45 minutes prior to showtime.
***Please note: All sales are final. We are unable to transfer tickets to another show.
To purchase tickets, click on the button below the date and time you wish to attend. There is limited seating available.
Thursday, March 16th - 7:30 pm
Friday, March 17th - 7:30 pm
Saturday, March 18th - 8:00 pm
Sunday, March 19th - 2:00 pm
Premier Seating: $37.00
Premier seating provides the best view of the show, within the first two rows. Seats are assigned based on first-purchased, first-served basis. You will be notified of your seat assignment upon arrival. If multiple tickets are purchased, we will do our best to assign them adjacent to one another.
Reserved Seating: $27.00
Reserved seating provides a great view of the show, and these seats will also be assigned on a first-purchased, first-serve basis. You will be notified of your seat assignment upon arrival. If multiple tickets are purchased, we will do our best to assign them adjacent to one another.
General Admission: $20.00
Purchasing a General Admission ticket guarantees you a seat at the show. However, we cannot reserve seating for General Admission tickets. Upon arrival to the show, you may choose from the seating available.
Special Show for Catholic Schools
In partnership with the Archdiocese of New Orleans Office of Religious Education, we are offering a special program for area Catholic Schools on Friday, March 17th. This program will begin with prayer and an introduction to St. John Paul II's vision of art, followed by the performance and a Q&A with the director and cast. Concessions will be available for purchase at intermission. Tickets are $10.00 per student, with one free chaperone admission per 10 students. The program will begin at 10:30am. For more information and to reserve seating, please call our office at (504) 304-1280.
Dumb Ox Ministries and Notre Dame Seminary are partnering in an exciting endeavor, the premier of a new musical inspired by JPII’s Theology of the Body, written by Joey Martineck and based on the music of local artists Greg&Lizzy. Performances will occur at Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans on March 16-19th, 2017.
This is an outreach inspired by the call for a New Evangelization, where we can offer our gifts of creativity and proclamation of the BEAUTY of our origin. It is a new, fresh, artistic take on the Book of Genesis and St. John Paul II's Theology of the Body!
Details about GARDEN the Musical:
Written and Directed by Joey Martineck / Music by Greg & Lizzy Boudreaux in conjunction with Shawn Williams / Lyrics by Greg & Lizzy Boudreaux in conjunction with Joey Martineck / Produced by Brian Butler, Dumb Ox Ministries / Musical Direction by Karista Filopoulos / Choreography by Annie Gambino.
“Joey Martineck has taken the most ancient of tales, the story of Eden, and given us an incredibly fresh new perspective. Packed with beauty, theological depth, humor and hope, this contemporary vision of our ancient beginning will still leave you dying to know just how it ends! How did he do that? 'GARDEN' is a gift for all of the sons and daughters of Adam and Eve, reminding us where we came from and where the Bridegroom wants us to be."
-Bill Donaghy, Instructor & Speaker for the Theology of the Body Institute
We Need YOUR Help!
Please consider donating toward the production costs of this much-needed endeavor!