The Uninvited - Gallier House


A collaboration between the Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses (HGGHH) and Goat in the Road Productions (GRP), The Uninvited is set in 1874, six years after architect James Gallier Jr.‘s death and in the waning years of Reconstruction. Aglae Gallier, two of her daughters, and the house staff are preparing for an evening of entertaining when a mob of young men passes by, seeking to re-segregate the integrated school next door. This event is based on a real-life incident that took place in December, 1874.

Here are some things to know before the show:

The Uninvited begins promptly at 6 pm and 8 pm. The box office opens 45 minutes before the show. Please arrive 20 minutes before your reservation (by 5:40 pm or 7:40 pm) to claim your tickets. The show does not start late and there is no late seating.

Unclaimed reservations will be released starting at 5:55 pm (for 6 pm show) or 7:55 pm (for 8pm show).

During the show, you will be moving around, so please wear appropriate clothing and shoes. In addition, any large bags will need to be left in the box office area (which will be staffed) during the show.

Gallier House is located at 1132 Royal Street, but the shop and box office entrance are at 1128 Royal Street. Parking options include street parking and pay lots near the French Market. We also recommend using a rideshare service or taxi.

The content of this play includes racism, discussion of racial violence and offensive language, and may not be suitable for younger viewers. Due to the nature of the play (audience free to explore the space), children 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

We strive to make our site as welcoming as possible to people with disabilities. It’s advisable that you contact us at ahead of time for the best possible experience. Also, the accessibility of our houses can change due to weather, construction, and other circumstances.

Rain Plan/Cancellation Policy: For productions canceled due to inclement weather or unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances, we will notify all ticketed patrons no later than 3 pm. Patrons will then receive instructions via email on how they may reschedule their tickets for another performance or request a refund. All ticket purchases for any production that is rained-out mid performance are final.

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