Around Acadiana for June 4, 2013

Wanderlust Theatre’s production of the 1950s courtroom drama “Twelve Angry Men” continues at 810 Theatre downtown with performances at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.

Directed by Elsa Dimitriadis, the cast includes Walter Brown, Aren Chaisson III, Steven Cooper, Joseph Diaz, Rudy Eisenzopf, John W. Fiero, Stefan Hannie, David Keadle, M. Brady McKellar, Milton G. Resweber, Robert D. Sidman, Phillip Spear and Duncan Thistlethwaite.

Tickets are $10 and may be reserved by calling (337) 484-0172.

Dreams lecture slated

Jungian psychotherapist Charlene Henry presents the lecture, “Dreams, Creativity and the Cajun Culture” at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in Oliver Hall auditorium on the University of Louisiana at Lafayette campus.

The free lecture is open to the public.

Creole Culture Day

Vermilionville celebrates Creole Culture Day with activities planned from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at the living history park.

The event will focus on family folklore with activities such as storytelling, Creole exhibits, cooking demonstrations, kid’s games and crafts, sharing circles on Creole music and traditional healing and boat tours.

The day will also feature live music by Gerard Delafose & the Zydeco Gators and Corey and the Zydeco Hot Peppers. Brandon Ledet will lead a Creole music jam in the village.

Musician Willis Prudhomme will receive the Richard J. Catalon Sr. Creole Heritage Award.

For more information, visit http://www.vermilionville.org.

Movie series continues

Hospice of Acadiana’s “Yes I Remember It Well -— Goes to the Movies” series continues at 10 a.m. Monday with a viewing of the musical “Coronado.”

For more information, call (337) 232-1234.

Women’s health seminar

Lafayette General Medical Center will offer a free women’s health information seminar at 2 p.m. Friday, June 21.

Guest speakers and local gynecologists will discuss the common gynecological conditions and the latest surgical options in minimally invasive surgical procedures.

The hospital’s daVinci Surgical Robot, which is used for minimally invasive operations, will be on display in the lobby for hands-on demonstrations.

The hospital will make a donation to the nonprofit agency Hearts of Hope for every guest who attends. The agency provides counseling and other services to child and adult victims of sexual abuse and assault.

Submit items to Acadiana bureau chief Richard Burgess at rburgess@theadvocate.com or by fax to: (337) 269-0410.