On December 13-16 something special is happening at the East Bank Theatre.
It’s a special evening of theatrical and musical adventure as storyteller and award-winning piano entertainer Winston Hall shares the colorful tale of his unlikely rise as one of North Louisiana’s most popular performers.
In Wrong Note Right, Hall offers a genuine and humorous examination of his lifelong pursuit of playing the piano. From a bumbling start as a below-average piano student to a brief twelve-minute stint as a Hollywood piano coach, Hall’s one-man play explores the comical, colorful, and highly unpredictable world of a piano man.
From behind the piano, Hall has encountered everyone from movie stars to broken-hearted lovers, all of whom helped guide him on his musical journey. Poignant, heartfelt, and sure to make you laugh, Wrong Note Right will inspire you to pursue the “music” in your own life – no matter the cost.
Here’s what audiences said about Wrong Note Right!!
“Bravo! You should perform this all over the state! Wonderful entertainment and awesome story!”
“Loved the clean, honest and hilarious storytelling! Great music too!”
“I could have gone to all performances, it was that GOOD!”
“The show everyone will be talking about for a long, long time! Excellent production from A to Z!!”
“Though we saw this play in Bossier City, it is worthy of Broadway! Congratulations, it was worth the drive from Colorado to see it!”
“SEE THIS SHOW! I haven’t laughed at really funny, yet super clean live musical comedy like I did tonight, maybe ever. Your beautiful music is total lagniappe! Bravo Winston Hall Music!”
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
This show is totally family friendly however it is 2 hours of one performer talking and singing so it is probably not suitable for small children. Because of the number of seats in the theatre, every person adult or child has to have their own ticket.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Parking lots are available behind the theatre and street parking is also available.
What’s the refund policy?
Sorry, there are no refunds.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
You can show either your printed ticket or the confirmation code on your phone to the ushers at the door. You will have to show one of the two to be allowed in the theatre. Theatre is open seating. Lobby will be open 1 hour before showtime but theatre doors will not open until a half hour before show.
What should I wear to the event?
Most people wore business casual or dressy casual last year but you should bring a jacket in case the inside theatre temperature is too cold for you.