V.23 No.33 | 8/14/2014
courtesy of Kevin Fedarko
Adventure runs high, Hamlet goes for the testosterone, and vintage baubles keep things pretty in this week’s Culture Shock.
V.22 No.37 | 9/12/2013
Twain mocks art from grave
Let’s hear it for the old dead dudes of drama in these three hilarious Albuquerque comedies.
V.22 No.23 | 6/6/2013
Summertime Theater Dreams
Leigh Hile reports on youth theater, The Vortex and The Bard.
V.21 No.31 | 8/2/2012
Photos by Alan Mitchell
All hail the bard
The Vortex Theatre is on its last weekend of shows in its last installment of the Will Power series—a run of Shakespearean productions. Leigh Hile reviewed The Winter’s Tale in this week’s Alibi. Check out her write-up to see why this might be one of the best slices of Shakespeare you’ll catch this year. Then head to one of the remaining three performances, including tonight’s at 7:30 p.m.
Photos by Alan Mitchell
In the Head of Winter
Vortex cures a case of bipolar Shakespeare
Shakespeare’s Winter’s Tale is a fascinating yet problematic play. But director Paul Ford boldly tackles its challenges in The Vortex’s final installment of Will Power, the theater’s annual summer Shakespeare festival.
V.21 No.20 | 5/17/2012
Ralph Fiennes takes Shakespeare’s most obscure tragedy and adds a lot of firepower
V.20 No.45 | 11/10/2011
Film Review: Anonymous
Speculating on whether Shakespeare actually penned the plays for which he is justifiably famous is the academic equivalent of wondering if Elvis is still alive. Famous people aren’t allowed to simply expire—they must be resurrected via silly conspiracy theories concerning their life, their death and the veracity of both. Now, Roland Emmerich, the blockbuster filmmaker who gave us Stargate and Independence Day, weighs in on the Shakespeare conspiracy.
V.20 No.44 | 11/3/2011
Shakespeare was a fraud, says the man who showed us space aliens building the pyramids
V.20 No.25 |
The Daily Word: Killer Clown For President, Baby Jumping, UFO over London
Former Albuquerque Mayor Martin Chavez will run for congress.
Air quality alert issued for Albuquerque, so don't breathe between 4 and 8 tonight.
Taliban attack luxury hotel in Kabul.
Hackers expose Arizona police officers personal info.
Albuquerque named one of America's most sedentary cities.
Michelle Bachmann and John Wayne Gacy have a lot in common.
The company behind FarmVille and Mafia Wars is preparing for an IPO.
Some sort of devil jumping over babies party in Spain.
Read all about the first meteorite recorded in Egypt.
This Princess Diana issue of Newsweek is not at all weird.
Bill Clinton: Brony.
The Daily Beast could only think of eight appalling things about The Bachelorette.
Finally, a combination elliptical machine/office desk chair, and it's only $8,000!
Do gay bars make money?
Florida fishermen catch a 23-foot squid.
Your 4th of July menu.
Hipster Lord of The Rings is awesome.
One hundred mummies from the 16th century found buried in an Italian church.
Should we dig up Shakespeare to see if he smoked pot?
The mothership is in London.
V.20 No.9 | 3/3/2011
Aux Dog Theatre
Othello bodes well for Aux Dog
Aux Dog’s fifth season, called Life and Chances, vows to set a new course for the theater. If its most recent production, Othello, is any indication, that course is a damn fine one.
V.20 No.6 | 2/10/2011
A Woman Scorned
Duke City Repertory tries to tame Shakespeare’s Shrew
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