Hi Fearless Intern. That sounds great. Another suggestion is to go to the theatre. Albuquerque is a theatre town with over 50 live theatre companies and venues producing plays of all kinds. Find out about them at the Albuquerque Theatre Guild's website [link]
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I didn't see any venue listed. Is it playing in ABQ?
There are 2 productions of "The Santaland Diaries" playing in Albuquerque right now: the one you wrote about and another one at the Desert Rose Playhouse in the Northeast Heights (6921 Montgomery). And that one, as opposed to the one at the Cell Theatre, is a double feature; you get 2 David Sedaris pieces, "Santaland Diaries" AND "Season's Greetings." Can never get too much Sedaris. And the tickets cost less!