Centerplate New Orleans Launches 5-Course Multimedia, Tricentennial, Jazz Dinner Show ‘Creole, Of Course’ For Groups

NEW ORLEANS – Catering company Centerplate announced it will offer a multi-sensory, multimedia, culinary and historical jazz dinner theater show to celebrate New Orleans' tricentennial. “Creole, of Course,” initially designed for local and visiting groups, provides a lively overview of the Big Easy's history and culture with narration by award-winning author Morgan Molthrop, dancing by the Wild Bamboulas, music by the Shotgun Jazz Band, and cuisine prepared by Centerplate’s world-renowned Chef Stephan Blaser, company reps said.

         “‘Creole, of Course' fits with Centerplate’s goal of enhancing our local presence in one of our most unique and flavorful markets,” said Richard Ginzel, General Manager of Centerplate. “Tens of thousands of guests come to the city annually for conventions and we want to make sure that they get a taste for our food and culture when they are here.”

         Ginzel said the production has engaged and employed hundreds of local artists, scholars, videographers and entrepreneurs.

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         The Ernest N. Morial New Orleans Convention Center partnered with Centerplate to provide theater space, production and ancillary support. “We are excited to be hosting a comprehensive entertainment extravaganza that puts our city in the spotlight at the Convention Center,” said Ginzel.

         The show is currently in “pre-production.” Press, tourism VIPs, and destination management companies are invited to view a special screening of “Creole, of Course” on Monday, October 3, 2016, at 5:00 p.m. at the New Orleans Theater in the Convention Center.

         “Creole, of Course” will begin booking groups today for shows in January 2017.

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