New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Located in the historic French Quarter, this 120-seat jazz club is part of a new jazz museum in the Old U.S. Mint. By day, the space is used as a video exhibit by the National Parks Service showing films on the history of jazz in New Orleans and by night, the space transforms into an exciting venue for live music. Theatre Projects designed the venue to be arranged in a number of different configurations including end stage, thrust, arena, cabaret, and runway. The intimate room’s low ceiling required lighting instruments that were both small and quiet, so Theatre Projects designed a system with all LED fixtures, compact fluorescents, and smart intelligent lighting—all of which require no conventional dimming and are environmentally friendly.
Louisiana State Museum l Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism l U.S. Department of the Interior and National Park ServiceArchitect
Louisiana State Museum, local and regional jazz musicians
Adaptive reuseTheatre type
Flexible theatre, Community
Programming, concept design, theatre planning, and performance equipment design and specificationCompletion