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Albert J. Carey is a life-long resident of New Orleans. An architect by profession, he was one of the designers of the St. Bernard Auditorium where most of the gay Mardi Gras balls are held. He joined the Krewe of Armeinius in 1970, and was a witness to most of the events that shaped the gay Mardi Gras krewes.

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arts >> Coward, Sir Noël

Accomplished playwright, actor, composer, and lyricist, Sir Noël Coward was also a singer and cabaret performer; he dominated the British stage between the world wars, then reoriented his career in the direction of America.

social sciences >> New Orleans Mardi Gras Krewes

In New Orleans gay krewes are a familiar part of Mardi Gras and their balls a center of glbtq social life in the city.

   

 

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