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V.21 No.46 | 11/15/2012
Sigmund Freud

Performance Review

Freud vs. C.S. Lewis

Fusion Theatre Company tackles weighty philosophical questions

Fusion Theatre Company tackles a theoretical debate between atheist Freud and Christian C.S. Lewis.
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Sigmund Freud

Arts

Freud’s Last Session in Albuquerque tonight and tomorrow

What would happen if Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis sat down to debate? A play put on by the Fusion Theatre Company asks just that. It will be in Albuquerque tonight and tomorrow night at 8 p.m. at the South Broadway Cultural Center (1025 Broadway SE). Then, it moves onto The Lensic Theater in Santa Fe (211 West San Francisco). Alibi theater critic Leigh Hile’s got the scoop.

Buy tickets here or call 766-9412

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V.21 No.38 | 9/20/2012
From left: Joanne Camp, Paul Blott and Laurie Thomas

Arts

Fusion in Santa Fe tonight

Fusion Theatre Company’s venturing beyond its home venue—The Cell in Albuquerque—to perform Other Desert Cities for our neighbors to the north this evening at The Lensic. Alibi reviewer Leigh Hile gave the production high praise, saying the acting is some of the finest she’s seen in the 505.

From left: Joanne Camp, Paul Blott and Laurie Thomas

Performance Review

Motherly Love

Great acting from Fusion Theatre Company probes familial bonds

From the first rise of the curtain, expect to be captivated by Other Desert Cities. The new play by New York playwright Jon Robin Baitz wastes no time drawing the audience in.

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V.21 No.23 | 6/7/2012
Wendy Scott in “The Last Night at Manuela’s” by Buffy Aakaash and John Hardman in “Daryl Hannah” by Crish Barth
Richard K. Hogle

Performance Preview

Seven Dwarfs

Tall entries, short plays at Fusion Theatre’s annual fest

Now poetically in its seventh year, The Seven is one of Fusion Theatre Company’s most popular recurring events. Every year, Fusion puts out a call for new short plays. This year it received 748 submissions. The seven winners from that large pool will have their shorts produced this weekend at The Cell.
V.20 No.28 | 7/14/2011
Don’t forget your parasol
D Sharon Pruitt

Arts

The Lost Ending in the Fourth Street Mall

Free interactive kids show Friday at noon

“I hate the stuffy theater in the summer! More outdoor performances!” you shout. “Gimme free stuff to do with my kids because they’re out of school and they’re totally driving me bonkers being around all day!”

Fusion Theatre Company yells “Okay!”

Friday at noon, an ensemble of players theatricalize the Fourth Street mall, spinning tales in front of Creative Albuquerque’s home base. The Lost Ending, by Brad Gromelski, is an interactive play created with children in mind, but Fusion promises it will engage adults too. When a group of storytellers loses the book half way through the performance, they need the help of their audience to create an improvised ending.

Bring lawn chairs, blankets and picnics, and claim a spot early. Lay back in the shade and be entertained.

The Lost Ending running time is 45 minutes