Bloody Good Show
ALT brandishes an Agatha Christie whodunit
Emily French has been murdered. The rich but lonely 56-year-old was whacked in the back of the head with a blunt object in the living room of her English townhouse. Young, handsome and broke Leonard Vole is suspected, since he only recently befriended Miss French and yet is the sole beneficiary of her will. But then there’s French’s bitter housekeeper to consider and Vole’s calculating foreign wife, Romaine. This is the setup for Agatha Christie’s Witness for the Prosecution, being staged by Albuquerque Little Theatre.
Blind Goats, Ice Picks and Revenge
Haruki Murakami’s puzzling, titanic saga
Haruki Murakami's 1Q84 is daunting at nearly a thousand pages—big enough to smite people. You probably couldn't take this book through airport security.
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Alice, An Adventure of Wonder and Wondering
Alice draws inspiration from the classic story and characters, but this interpretation is only loosely based on Lewis Carroll’s work, and instead we experience this through a lens of new possibilities.
Image courtesy of Outpost Performance Space
CD, Vinyl, Music and Book Fair
Organized by Tom Dodson, record collector and former Dean of the UNM College of Fine Arts and Mark Weber, musician, poet, photographer and historian to benefit the Outpost. Donated items welcome.