"WHAT WE DO" - The New Orleans Society Of Dance Produces quality dance-acts, focusing in clandestine events and the art of set-production. Whether highlighting the best of New Orleans' doll-masking & dancing traditions or choreographing custom stage works, our dance-production company utilizes in house specialists and partner with other certified entities to deliver the best possible arrangement to suit your event needs.
NOSD Is Pleased To Announce: The Debut of The New Orleans Baby Doll Ladies Mardi Gras Day Parade, Fat Tuesday February 9, 2016! Premiering in cooperation with the City Of Nola as an official Mardi Gras event, this unprecedented parade route marks the first time in living history that the doll masquerading tradition (c.1912) has been recognized as an official Mardi Gras Day Walking-Parade Route.
We Are Pleased To Share: The Baby Doll Ladies' Centennial Exhibition titled, “Baby Dolls: Living Tradition & History” (premiered January 18, 2013) at the Presbytere, La. State Museum. NOSD in association with The LA State Museum, provided belated recognition to our unique masking, music and dance folklore, co-curated by Millisia White, NOSD artistic director.
We Are Pleased To Share: Our feature article on CNN; IMPACT YOUR WORLD, entitled: "Baby Doll Ladies' modern Celebration of African-American history."
We Are Pleased to Share: Our feature article in Offbeat Magazine's online editorial (2/16/12), "The Babydolls are 100 and Brand New This Carnival" by Sam Primeaux (Photo credit -Jeffrey Dupuis)
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Join The Baby Doll Ladies for a fun filled dance cabaret full of humorous skits depicting the history and living traditions of the 100 year old Mardi Gras tradition of doll masking.
Location - Old U.S. Mint; New Orleans, LA.
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