V.22 No.17 | 4/25/2013
Music Glitterdick’s lost singer has been found. Yesterday, Glitterdick drummer Suzi alerted music fans on the web that the band had neither seen nor heard from singer Kendoll Killjoy (a.k.a. Kendal Fortson) for over a month following the Albuquerque-based band’s return from their West Coast tour. We’re pleased to report that Suzi has just received contact from Kendoll, and he is fine. He just wasn’t checking his email. Suzi writes: CALL OFF THE SEARCH. I just got an email from Kendal. He is apparently "bummin around on the road," and finally checked his email. Thank you to everyone who put the word out, and we are all truly sorry for the unnecessary panic. Please pass the message on. Song & Dance Vocal Artistry Art Song Festival Sunday, April 30: 8am-9pm Albuquerque Academy
Solo performances from young singers and pianists from around the state. Master classes, concerts, lecture demonstrations, choral performances and more. Go online for a list of all the events and classes.
Art Deliberate Acts Sunday, April 30: 10am-5pm form & concept
The sixth annual exhibition of the SITE Scholar program. Fifteen outstanding student artists from institutions across the state present their best works. Runs through 5/20.
Art Art of the Horse Sunday, April 30: Noon-4pm Algodones Gallery
John Boland and Lynn Murdock show their wild horse photography and sell copies of the childrens book
Tilly's Tale to benefit the wild horses of the San Felipe Wild Horse Preserve. Film New Mexico Labor Film Festival Sunday, April 30: 1-8pm Center for Progress and Justice
Films, panels and activities designed to inform, educate and celebrate labor through the moving arts and cinematic world.
Sports Epic Hide and Seek Sunday, April 30: 1:30-3pm Bachechi Open Space
A park-wide game of hide and seek, camouflage, deer and wolf and other outdoor games.
Dan Parsons Stage Pie Sunday, April 30: 2-3:30pm Adobe Rose Theater
Apollo Garcia, Danielle Reddick, John Flax and Tara Khozein come together in a stellar ensemble cast, dexterously moving between emotionally-driven clownish characters and their buffoon alter-egos.
via Pixabay Stage Evita Sunday, April 30: 2pm Musical Theatre Southwest
A recount of Eva Perón’s meteoric rise from the slums of Argentina to the presidential mansion as First Lady.