Alibi V.24 No.17 • April 23-29, 2015 
Troublesome women: Penelope's cousin Helen flirts with everyone at the wedding.

Theater Review

Hang the Maids

Margaret Atwood and Mother Road go airborne to shatter an old epic

Penelope, wife of Odysseus, finally comes into her own in a gorgeous staging of Margaret Atwood’s powerful story by Mother Road Theatre Company.
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“Parallel to the Vertical Axis” by Jeff Slim

Art Scenester

Native Current

Native art never stopped speaking: Local entrepreneurs hype talented contemporary artists at the Rail Yards.
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Book Review

The Center of Her Own World

The multitalented Miranda July—filmmaker, short story writer and artist—has finally released her first novel, the story of an unexciting woman who learns karate and finds her careful control over life slipping.
Image by Dorothea Lange

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Remember This

Voces & Manoa in Braceros: How We Remember

Join two of the National Hispanic Cultural Center’s Summer Institutes for Youth programs, Voces and the Manoa Project, as they are joined by the Arizona-based Safos Dance Theater for Braceros: How We Remember at the National Hispanic Cultural Center on Saturday, June 22 at 2pm. Through dance and movement, teens explore the migrant labor program that brought over two million Mexican laborers to the U.S. for short-term work in the 1940a, '50s and '60s. For more information on this free, all-ages event, see nhccnm.org.

 

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