Alibi V.20 No.2 • Jan 13-19, 2011 ››
Enter the Valentine’s Day Card Contest or Die
Valentine’s Day is largely a corporate farce designed to sell cards, candy and conflict diamonds. If you are sans significant other, it’s guaranteed to make you feel worse about yourself.
The End of the Beginning
Young theater company reprises its first show
The Aux Dog Theatre, if no longer in its infancy, is still in its toddlerdom. It’s a young theater, and in the producer’s note to the 2011 season, Eli Browning admits that the space has struggled to stay open during its formative years.
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How Albuquerque got its nerd back
The Albuquerque Comic Con will be the first “full-blown comic book convention” to hit Albuquerque in more than a decade, according to event organizer and Tall Tales Comics owner Jim Burleson. On Saturday, Jan. 15, and Sunday, Jan. 16, four rooms in the Hilton Albuquerque will be dedicated to gaming, vendors and panels, as well as celebrity photo ops.
The world-renowned mime group performs a witty and wordless performance that explores human communication with only body language and props.
Courtesy of the artist
Rodey Bowe performs his favorite funky jams traversing the spectrum from R&B to jazz to funk.
Bonnie and Clyde: A New Musical
An exciting and mischievous new experience on the classice rebel love story.
courtesy of Aureole Photography
A rotating curated cast of local and traveling burlesque entertainers perform to live music from Silver String Jazz Quartet.
Confess and Conspire
Count Harry Kessler and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer are kidnapped by two sisters who, rather than uncovering a plot to kill Hitler, provoke confessions of sexual identity, desire and murder.
The troupe uses everything but conventional percussion instruments like matchboxes, wooden poles, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters and hubcaps to fill the stage with magnificent rhythms.