By Amy Dalness
Fur and Marmalade
The student-directed productions on stage at Theatre X this weekend are not puff plays. Both directors, Barney Lopez and Steve Pinzone, selected scripts with challenges and dark undertones: Fur and Mr. Marmalade.
Courtesy of Albuquerque Little Theatre
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Albuquerque Little Theatre
By Steven Robert Allen
There once was a time when the Albuquerque Little Theatre (ALT) catered exclusively to the prim and proper. You could bring your grandma or your 8-year-old and you wouldn’t have to worry whether they might take offense at a soft-core penis joke or some simulated retching.
The Death of the Critic by Rónán McDonald
Review by John Freeman
The Death of the Critic
The year 2007 was a rough one for reading—a study by the National Education Association concluded it's in decline—and it was also a tough time for those who like to read about reading. Around the country, some newspapers winnowed their literary coverage, along with dance and music criticism, and foreign reporting—anything but pop culture and religion.
Dracula, A Love Story
By Monica Schmitt
A 21st century version of the 19th century love story that continues to capture the imaginations of young and old alike.
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Insights: Distinguished Lecture Series at UNM Art Museum
Studio faculty Andrea Polli, Szu-Han Ho, Matthew Rangel, Mary Tsiongas and Gina Bobrowski present about their recent work in conjunction with Out of Many, One.
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