By Amy Dalness
Although glitter from our Valentine's Day Card Contest still lingers on the floor of my office, it’s time again for you creative types to submit to another Alibi-exclusive competition. Yup, our fifth annual Photo Contest is officially in swing. This year's hoop-de-do is open to all styles of photography and unbound by categories, making it a photo free-for-all. Are you submittin' yet? Good. E-mail your digital images to firstname.lastname@example.org or snail mail a few prints to Alibi Photo Contest, 2118 Central SE PMB 151, Albuquerque, N.M. 87106. All entries must be received by Wednesday, Feb. 27, at 5 p.m. There is a maximum of five photos per person. Winning entries will be reproduced in our March 13 issue and the photographers will receive prize packs to make any shutterbug swoon. Submit!
A Hole in the Wall
Imagine a version of The Wizard of Oz where Dorothy and Toto were greeted by the Munchkin Minutemen instead of the Lollipop Guild—happy and singsongy it is not. Hilarious? Heck yeah. Robert Madrid's play, A Hole in the Wall, puts Dorothy and her little dog, too, face-to-face with Bush, Cheney and the INS in a family-friendly comedy about immigration and the American dream. Working Classroom's ensemble company presents A Hole in the Wall at the N4th Theater (4904 Fourth Street NW) this Friday, Feb. 22, and Saturday, Feb. 23, at 7 p.m. and runs through March 1. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors. For tickets and info, call 242-9267.
More Pajama Time
Funnyman duo Shenoah Allen and Mark Chavez, aka The Pajama Men, have added a few more nights to their improv and music show at The Stove (114 Morningside NE). This Friday, Feb. 22, and next, Feb. 29, the PJ Men will perform their brand of witty, ridiculous comedy paired with tunes from various guest musicians to be announced mere minutes before the show. Tickets are $15 for general admission or $12 for students, seniors and hippies (thats what the press release says). Shows start at 8:30 p.m. Call 232-0640 for reservations (you're gonna need ’em) and plan to arrive by 8 p.m. if you want a seat.
Original Instructions: Pueblo Sovereignty and Pueblo Governance at Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Works explore sovereignty, governance and future leadership while reflecting upon the history and symbolism of the Lincoln canes. Runs through 2/1/2017.
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