Stage events in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico
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  • Aris Zaffer as Orlando and Christa Bell as Rosalind, photo by Pat Berrett.
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Saturday Oct 27, 2018
  • Albuquerque Little Theatre
  • The Barelas Event Center
    One-Night Stand-up Comedy
  • Cell Theatre
  • The Macabre Matinee or a Late Night Fright

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    Joe West and his company, Theater of Death, present this year's most unique and shocking stage performance, Invasion! Inspired by the Theater du Grand Guignol in late 19th century Paris, the theme for 2018 follows in its grand traditions of exposing the dark side of human behavior. The Grand Guignol entertained and horrified Parisians and international theatergoers from 1897 to 1962 in an abandoned Catholic convent, where they advertised having a “doctor on duty” to treat patrons that fainted or had heart problems during the shows. The Engine House Theater in Madrid cites an optimal setting for such a gruesome spectacle. This, the sixth year, provides a number of dates and times to cure your curiosities. For $20, buy a ticket and choose from 8pm performances on Oct. 26, 27, 31 and Nov. 1, 2 and 3. Maybe a macabre matinee is more your speed at 3pm on Oct. 27, 28, Nov. 3 and 4. This wonder of a production is best suited for an 18 and over audience. (Mayo Lua de Frenchie)

    The Engine House Theater (Madrid)
    Theater of Death: Invasion
  • KiMo Theatre
    Fitness New Mexico
  • Are You a Good Witch or a Bad Witch?

    Courtesy of Wicked

    Long before this question was asked in the Land of Oz an unexpected friendship was developing between two girls from opposite sides of the tracks. Once again in the land of Burque the Broadway sensation Wicked: The Untold Story of the Witches of Oz graces the stage of Popejoy Hall. Let this wildly electrifying tale carry you away to a land where the impossible becomes a reality, and your reality is magically transformed. This bewitching performance can only be experienced Wednesday, Oct. 17 through Sunday, Oct. 28. Tickets start at a modest $42 so even the most thrifty of witches can enjoy this breathtaking performance that captivates audiences year after year. (Ramona Beezus)

    Popejoy Hall
  • Wicked
  • Rodey Theatre (Popejoy Hall)
    As You Like It
  • Vortex Theatre
    Farragut North
  • VSA North 4th Art Center
    Separate Tables
  • Warehouse 21 (Santa Fe)
    Ordinary People: Staged Reading

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