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V.22 No.36 | 9/5/2013

Stage Whispers

Go ahead, scratch it

Introducing Stage Whispers, your lowdown on the performance arts. This week, the ladies seize the spotlight.
V.22 No.35 | 8/29/2013
Tricklock Company’s gearing up to launch their 20th season.
courtesy of Tricklock Company
Tricklock Company’s gearing up to launch their 20th season.

Theater

Did Someone Say Yearlong Party?

Tricklock Company’s got a lot to celebrate

A bit of drama is welcome at Tricklock Company’s 20th anniversary celebration and season launch party.
V.22 No.33 | 8/15/2013
Torben Bjørn Hansen

Art Theater Preview

Leave the Kids at Home, Pearly Sweetcake

Did you know how twisted Shel Silverstein, the author of The Giving Tree, really was? A brand new Albuquerque theater would like to show you.
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V.22 No.32 | 8/8/2013
courtesy of Working Classroom

Art Theater Preview

Is It Real, or Is It Just the American Dream?

Dreamlandia adapts old questions for a new century

Working Classroom brings their own spin to the timeless tale of how we deceive ourselves and others just to get by.
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V.22 No.30 | 7/25/2013

Art Theater Preview

Truths Found in Dreams

The cryptic origins of Secret Things

Crypto-Jews of New Mexico, wherefore art thou? After more than 500 years, it’s easy to lose the threads from which a faith was once woven. Elaine Romero’s Secret Things picks them up again.
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V.22 No.22 | 5/30/2013
Art Tedesco and Dehron Foster
George Williams

Arts Feature

Springtime for a Hit

A dynamic Producers pleases

Musical mayhem comes to the Albuquerque Little Theatre stage with The Producers
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V.22 No.21 | 5/23/2013
From left: Sheridan Johnson, an Aux Dog student and Holly Adams
Victoria Liberatori

Arts Feature

Theater Training Ground

Students give Shakespeare full treatment this summer

The Aux Dog Theatre’s youth summer program promises to empower and enlighten students with a range of sophisticated skills.
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V.21 No.45 | 11/8/2012
Stenographer Anna Snitkina (played by Jessica Quindlen) cradles Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky (David James).
Daryl Streeter

Performance Review

Humanity and Divinity

Santa Fe playwright infuses love story with dark philosophy

A precocious young stenographer is sent to help the famous Russian author in dire deadline straights.
V.21 No.43 | 10/25/2012

dreams

Rowdy’s Dream Blog #270: “Someone, like me, is going to want to kill you someday.”

(This dream was dated 5/3/2002.) I am in a theater before a show. I sit by a guy who flashes a black BB pistol and then another silver one. He fiddles with it and points it at me. It goes off and a BB whizzes through my hair. I disarm him and tell him he can get his guns from the ticket counter after the show. I press my forehead hard against his and I tell him someone, like me, is going to want to kill him someday.

V.21 No.32 | 8/9/2012

dreams

Rowdy’s Dream Blog #261: I have walked out onto the stage.

I am late for J's play. G is already there. I rush into the building and realize that I have walked out onto the stage. I put my head down and rush across to a plush chair and sit down. The actors continue talking to each other, saying their lines, doing their lives. I get a dirty look from a guy on my left in a black felt hat. I must be in his place.

V.21 No.30 | 7/26/2012
Some 19  th   century teens express their sexual longing through dreamy gazes ...
Cassidy Knight

Performance Review

High School Heat

ALT’s lusty teen musical is uncoordinated yet awesome—kinda like your first time

Take a late-19th century German play about school children. Adapt it as a rock musical with a score by a ’90s folk-rock one-hit wonder. Mix generously with explicit themes of adolescent sexuality, and the result is going to to be highly unorthodox.
V.21 No.26 | 6/28/2012
The Greek chorus, reinterpreted
Photo by Alicia Lueras Maldonado

Performance Review

Speaking for the Silenced

Río de Lágrimas links imperialism, La Llorona and Juárez slayings

For 20 years, the stories of women and girls killed in Ciudad Juárez have been silenced in their own country and largely ignored by the world. A wave of roughly 60 femicides in 2012 is receiving even less media attention as the untold number of deaths continues to grow. In Río de Lágrimas (River of Tears), a multilingual music and storytelling performance at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, the women of Albuquerque-based collective Las Meganenas nobly attempt to tell the victims’ stories.
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