Alibi V.28 No.14 • April 4-10, 2019 

Found Objects

Reverse Orientation

The Flick is a comedy about a minimum wage crew working in an old 35mm movie theater in Massachusetts. But here’s the twist, you are seated on the stage, and they are out in the seats doing their (comedic acting) jobs sweeping up popcorn, selling tickets and running the projector. Tickets are $20 and seating is very limited (because you will be on the stage on what I have been assured are comfortable, cushioned chairs). The shows run for the next two weeks on Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, with 2pm matinees on Sundays at Aux Dog Theater Nob Hill (3011 Monte Vista Blvd NE). For more information see

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The Cat Spoke Kukani

The new paintings by Jesse Littlebird can best be expressed in his own words: “A dream. I saw a light open in the valley, and from the skies a red rain came down from the mountains, my mouth closed. The beautiful thoughts of destined endlessness. Death and taxes. The dawn of man. The evening of the living in that valley, tear your heart out and throw it to the heavens. The cat dug her claws in my back and spoke in my ear: kukani.” Kukani (Red) Paintings on the Wall opens this Sunday at Dialogue Brewing (1501 1st NW) at 6pm. For more information see

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Slam Time

Say you’re a poet, you know it and you believe that people not only in Albuquerque, but in other parts of the country would like to see you to show it, then post-haste you should head on down to the Burque Revolt Poetry Slam LAST Chance SLAM this Thursday. As the name implies, this is your last chance to qualify for the Burque Revolt Poetry Slam Battle from whence poets will be chosen to represent Albuquerque in regional slams throughout the summer. Join poets from around Albuquerque and beyond this Thursday, April 4 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm at Canvas Artistry (3120 Central SE). This event is free. For more information see

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Free Soup with Purchase

Handmade, dishwasher-safe bowls have been piling up all year at Off Center Arts’ bowl-making events and now it is time for them to find a new home with you during their Sale of the Bowls for Soup is Love Project. All proceeds from the sale go to fund the great work that Off Center Arts does year-round. The fundraiser begins this Friday, April 5 from 3pm to 8pm, with Saturday and Sunday hours from 10am to 4pm, and 10am to 3pm, respectively. But hold on to your bowls because word has it that “you'll also receive soup with your purchase on Saturday and Sunday!” This is a free event and open to everyone at Little Bird de Papel (1222 Mountain Rd. NW). For more information see

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