Sliman Theater for the Performing Arts
129 E. Main Street,
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Sliman Theater for the Performing Arts (Official)
Architects: William Bowen
Functions: Performing Arts
Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Evangeline Theater
The 600-seat Evangeline Theater on Main Street, New Iberia was donated to the city in 1994 after its days as a movie house had ended by its owners, the Sliman family.
The Evangeline Theater was restored to its original Art Deco style appearance in 1997 and reopened in 1998 as the Sliman Theater for the Performing Arts. The theater is home to the Louisiana Crossroads concert series, which is presented by the Arcadiana Arts Council.
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