By Amy Dalness
’Tis the Season
Theater seasons generally run the same way school years do—opening in the fall and closing in early summer. Once upon a time, I knew the reasoning behind this, but have since replaced the details with trivia like debit card pin numbers and e-mail passwords. No matter. The new theater season is upon us, whatever the reason for the timing, making way for openings at nearly every theater in town. (For a full schedule, see this week’s Arts Calendar.)
One City is Enough
Colosseum by Katie Ford
By John Freeman
Many of our greatest poets came to us in ruins. The gouging lyrics of the Greek poet Sappho, for instance, were rescued from strips of papyri. Heraclitus was famous in his time, but all we have left of his great works are fragments that echo powerfully, spookily across the millennia.
STIR: A Festival of Words
A poetry love-in, Burque style
By Erin Adair-Hodges
Lisa Gill likes to say that the impetus behind the upcoming STIR festival came as a whim. Since she’s a poet, perhaps she is indeed recrafting language, fashioning it so that whim now means "the flowering fruit of a decade’s passion." Everyone should have whims like these.
Annual Winter Solstice Concert
By August March
Bach Violin Concerto in A minor, Cantata BWV 151, a selection of beautiful Renaissance motets of the season and recent music from Irsee Monastery in Bavaria.
10th Annual Winter Indian Market at Santa Fe Convention Center
Art Education Grad MA Exhibition at Masley Hall
9th Annual Thanksgiving POW WOW & Arts & Crafts Show at San Felipe Casino HollywoodMore Recommended Events ››