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Sunday Apr 30, 2017

  • Algodones Gallery (Algodones)
    Art of the Horse
  • Cibola Arts Gallery (Mountainair)
    Birthday, Earth Day and Max
  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
    Consumed by Design Exhibit
  • Santa Fe Woman's Club (Santa Fe)
    Contemporary Clay Fair
  • form & concept (Santa Fe)
    Deliberate Acts
  • Mariposa Gallery
    Dual Exhibition
  • Open Space Visitor Center
    Eighth Annual Albuquerque Recycled Art Fair
  • National Hispanic Cultural Center
    Fantasía Fantástica
  • Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
    Gallery Tour
  • Open Space Visitor Center
    Germination
  • Slice Parlor
    Let Me Know
  • Museum of International Folk Art (Santa Fe)
    No Idle Hands: The Myths and Meanings of Tramp Art
  • Outpost Performance Space
    Printmakers Exchange Portfolio Opening Reception
  • South Broadway Cultural Center
    Prints By Southwest
  • Red Dot Gallery (Santa Fe)
    Red Dot Exhibition
  • KiMo Theatre Gallery
    Then and Now: Rediscovering Route 66
  • Slice Parlor
    Where Do They Go
  • Don't Cry For Her, Albuquerque

    via Pixabay

    Eva Perón was a badass and First Lady of Argentina from 1946-1952 who championed labor rights, women's suffrage and the working class. And then Madonna played her in the movie version. Eva, affectionately known as Evita, is still adored by the people of Argentina. Growing up in the poor working class provided Perón with first-hand experience of the hardships the lower class faced. She was able to take her personal history and use it to help campaign for them later in her career. See the rest of her story at Musical Theatre Southwest's production of Evita running April 7-30, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2pm. Tickets are $20-$22. (Taylor Grabowsky)

    Musical Theatre Southwest
    Evita
  • Earnestly Yours

    You won't need an alibi (well, obviously you'll need this Alibi for all the info) to get away from it all at The Vortex Theatre this Friday, April 21. See The Importance of Being Earnest, a scandalous play making fun of Victorian moral values like social codes, courting (i.e. sexual restraint) and elitism. Follow Jack Worthing—a man leading a double life—as he leaves his alternate identity to find love. In this scandalous tale, while being pursued by his ward, Jack proclaims his love for another woman as his alter-ego, Ernest. To marry the woman, Jack must reveal his true identity to his friend—and cousin of his beloved—Algernon Moncrieff. While telling Algernon about his “real” life, Algernon's interest is piqued at the description of Jack's ward. The play follows the men awkwardly navigating romance, truth and friendship. See the play Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2pm until May 14. (Megan Reneau)

    Vortex Theatre
    The Importance of Being Earnest
  • Adobe Theater
    The Mikado
  • Albuquerque Little Theatre
    The Miracle Worker
  • Aux Dog Theatre
    Much Ado About Nothing
  • Why is Pie?

    Dan Parsons

    Carl Sagan famously said, “If you want to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe.” Ponder that for a minute. Keep pondering—there's a lot to unpack in that one sentence. Now toss in demigods, alter-egos and the meaning of life. Okay, now write a whole play about the questions and ideas that arise from that exciting mixture of things. Oh, wait! Someone already did that so you don't have to. Wade through your physical perception of the universe toward the Adobe Rose Theatre in Santa Fe Thursdays-Sundays to see Theater Grottesco's performance of PIE. Regular tickets range from $12-$25, but Thursday performances are pay-what-you-wish and April 14 is a special $100 per person gala. Regular showings are at 7pm Thursday-Saturday and 2pm on Sunday. (Renée Chavez)

    Adobe Rose Theater (Santa Fe)
    Pie
  • UNM's Experimental Theatre (Center for the Arts)
    The School for Scandal
  • Desert Rose Playhouse
    Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
  • Center for Progress and Justice (Santa Fe)
    New Mexico Labor Film Festival
  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
    Annual American Indian Week
  • Casa Flamenca
    Cante Flamenco Workshop
  • Albuquerque Marriott
    Chatter Cabaret
  • Las Puertas
    Chatter Sunday
  • Altered Content

    Courtesy of AirDance New Mexico
    Pentimento

    AirDance New Mexico presents Pentimento, an aerial dance theater exploration of the artistic process of layering on April 28-30 at the AirDance ArtSpace, The performance features aerial choreography on trapeze, aerial silks, aerial hammock, cube and triple trapeze, with modern dance and acrobatic floor and stilt work, all to original music performed live by a chorus of women’s voices with interactive visual projections. Pentimento features aerialists Cortney Baca, Tasha Books, Christina Cavaleri, Diana Delgado, Monica Demarco, Joanna Furgal, Tara Kolberg, Zachary Sears and Gina Shorten with music by Christy Cook, Monica Demarco, Gena Lawson and Mauro Woody. Shows begin at 8pm Friday and Saturday, April 28 and 29, and at 2pm Sunday, April 30. Tickets are available at www.airdance.org and at the door or may be reserved online or by calling (505) 842-9418. Appropriate for all ages. The AirDance ArtSpace is ADA accessible. (August March)

    AirDance ArtSpace
    Pentimento
  • Hotel Albuquerque
    Tablao Flamenco
  • Albuquerque Academy
    Vocal Artistry Art Song Festival
Monday May 1, 2017
  • Congregation Nahalat Shalom
    Aves de Fuego: Personal Reflections on the Spanish Inquisitio
  • Cibola Arts Gallery (Mountainair)
    Birthday, Earth Day and Max
  • Eye on the Mountain Gallery (Santa Fe)
    Bringing the Fossils to Life
  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
    Consumed by Design Exhibit
  • form & concept (Santa Fe)
    Deliberate Acts
  • National Hispanic Cultural Center
    Fantasía Fantástica
  • Open Space Visitor Center
    Germination
  • Masley Hall (University of New Mexico)
    Graduating Art Education Student Exhibition
  • Slice Parlor
    Let Me Know
  • Outpost Performance Space
    Printmakers Exchange Portfolio
  • South Broadway Cultural Center
    Prints By Southwest
  • Photo-Eye Gallery (Santa Fe)
    Warm Regards
  • Slice Parlor
    Where Do They Go
  • “Is you a good witch? Or just a bad bitch?”

    I need to tell you something, readers. In the past, I may have been known to dislike musicals … It never mattered what genre of music they focused on, who was in it or how good the dancing was, I hated musicals. More often than not, I've found them campy, unoriginal and boring. After watching Straight Outta Oz, something happened to me. I'm not sure when—was is seeing the grandiose costumes and makeup? The flawless choreography? All of the gorgeously talented vocalists and variety of music? I'm not sure, but by the end of the first song, I was swaying, and by the last song I was full-on dancing. After becoming a changed woman, I need to share this with you: the marvelous, extraordinary and awe-inspiring world-class performer Todrick Hall is bringing his musical/visual album to the National Hispanic Cultural Center this Monday, May 1.

    Inspired by the classic tale of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Todrick originally based and created this concept album on his journey from his small hometown in Texas to his rise to fame is LA. The album (and deluxe version) feature Nicole Scherzinger, Perez Hilton, Raven-Symoné, Bob the Drag Queen, Jordin Sparks, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Alaska Thunderfuck, Laganja Estranja, Kim Chi, Mariah Balenciaga, Willam Belli, RuPaul and so many more that we literally don't have the space to print them all.

    Straight Outta Oz is composed with a multitude of genres from trap to pop to country to R&B—I know that sounds iffy but trust me, the way Hall put this masterpiece together is as inconceivably lovely as it is entertaining. You can see this show for just $32 and, in addition to seeing the show, you can meet and take photos with this prodigious man for $62. (Megan Reneau)

    National Hispanic Cultural Center
    Straight Outta Oz
  • Tractor Brewing Wells Park
    Better Call Saul Watch Party
  • Center for Progress and Justice (Santa Fe)
    New Mexico Labor Film Festival
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