Alibi V.21 No.8 • Feb 23-29, 2012 ››
Shades of Green
Irish theater fest showcases contemporary offerings
UNM linguistics professor and actor Alan Hudson was sitting at El Pinto. It was March 2010, and he'd just seen a performance of The Diary of Anne Frank at The Filling Station. He was surrounded by people involved in the production. As theater talk filled the air, Hudson recalls prominent local actor and director Brian Hansen offhandedly proposing the idea of an Irish theater festival in Albuquerque. "That kind of lit a fuse of some sort in my brain," says Hudson, who was born and raised in Dublin.
German writer’s biblical take on adultery and communism lacks bite
Albuquerque writer John Bear reviews German writer Ingo Schulze’s biblical take on adultery and communism.
Alibi Photo Contest 9.0
Whether it’s with a pearl-handled .357 Magnum revolver or a Canon EOS 7D, folks in the 505 are quite fond of shooting things. And while images of Hunter S. Thompson blasting a typewriter to pieces is alluring to my inner vigilante journalist, the truth is I’m more prone to shutterbuggery than gunplay. Take that as a good thing, as I’ll be conducting the Alibi’s ninth annual photo contest. So go ahead. Give us your best shot(s). Here are the rules.
artist Rosanne Ghahate
Zuni Pueblo ArtWalk
Zuni artists transform stone, metal, pigment and other materials to tell the story of their people.
A Good Cry
Performative videos and sculptural installations, the exhibition questions and scrutinizes the the nature of crying behavior.