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 V.13 No.42 | October 14 - 20, 2004 

Culture Shock

It's hard not to love a story about the blood-sucking undead. Bram Stoker's immortal story has been made and remade into so many different forms it would be impossible to list them all. A campy theatrical version called The Passion of Dracula transports the story to the English countryside in 1911 where several young girls have died under mysterious circumstances. Could the new neighbor, a long-in-the-tooth fellow named Count Dracula, possibly be responsible? No, of course not. Don't be silly. Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. Sundays at 2 p.m. $18 general, $15 seniors, $13 students. Runs through Oct. 31. 242-4750.

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Performance Review

Shades of Gray

Les Blancs at Out ch'Yonda

"All art is ultimately social," Lorraine Hansberry once said. She put that belief to the test during every stage of her tragically brief literary life. The 1959 stage version of her famous play, A Raisin in the Sun, starring Sidney Poitier, was the first by a Black woman to ever be produced on Broadway. The 1961 movie version—also starring Poitier, in one of his most iconic roles—cemented this complex but accessible play's well-deserved position in the pantheon of American theater. James Baldwin praised A Raisin in the Sun, which tells the story of a Black family struggling for survival on the South Side of Chicago, for putting "the truth of Black people's lives" on stage for the first time.

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Book News

Rock 'n' Roll Bookworms

First Fiction

Think of it as the Lollapalooza of the literary world. Instead of squealing guitars, sweaty singers with weird haircuts and tour busses loaded with illegal drugs, five rising rock stars in the fiction world will descend on Albuquerque for a literary show unlike any our little village has ever seen.

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Art Magnified

Vietnam Visions

University Art Museum and the Jonson Gallery

When soldiers returned from Vietnam, they had plenty to say, but few Americans back home were willing to listen to them. Many of these veterans found a necessary vehicle for expression in art. The National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum in Chicago is the only art museum in the world whose primary focus is exhibiting art created by Vietnam War combatants. An exhibit of work from this museum's collection goes on display this week at the UNM Art Museum and UNM's Jonson Gallery. A reception will be held at both locations on Friday, Oct. 15, from 5 to 8 p.m. The shows run through Jan. 7. 277-4001.

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Art Magnified

The Land

Near Mountainair

For four years now, environmental artists have put together an astonishing outdoor exhibit called The Land on a beautiful 25-acre site near Mountainair. This year's show is a little different. Interested parties are invited to pick up a CD of audio art at either La Montañita Coop (3500 Central SE) or Bound To Be Read (6300 San Mateo NE). Directions to the site are attached to the CD. Folks are advised to listen to this CD on their drive to the site to prep them for the amazing outdoor installations they will encounter. The Land is open to visitors on Sundays from noon to 6 p.m. through Oct. 31. This year's show explores the theme of death. 242-1501.

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Book Review

Do Your Duty

How to Get Stupid White Men Out of Office

Many feel that, with the aid of the corporate media, American politics has become so corrupt that it's not worth participating in. Since 2000, it's only gotten worse, and there is even less reason to bother in 2004, right?

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EVENT HORIZON (Friday, Aug 26)

Put your Money Where your Mouth is

Mouthpiece Performance Festival: Bright and Pitch

A local performance festival with live music, puppetry and more from interdisciplinary artists.
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EVENT HORIZON (Saturday, Aug 27)

Bless the Freaks

Freak Asylum

Jayy Von Monroe of Blood on the Dance Floor performs as his alter-ego Dahli Delia, featuring Candy Rose, Lola Turner, Billy D. Andrews and Ramiyah Devereaux.
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EVENT HORIZON (Monday, Aug 29)

Meow On

Twelfth Night: Ducdame Ensemble

Immersion performance in which audience members follow actors through Meow Wolf, eventually settling in the stage area.
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Today's Events

Los albaƱiles/The Bricklayers at National Hispanic Cultural Center

Screening of a 1976 film as part of the Literatura en el Cine Mexicana series. Spanish with English subtitles.

Stand-up Comedy Thursdays at Stage @ Santa Ana Star

Mabel Dodge Luhan & Company: American Moderns and The West at Harwood Museum of Art

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