Saturday April 6, 2019

  • That Toddlin’ Town

    Image courtesy of Musical Theatre Southwest

    Until such time as a “Breaking Bad” musical puts the name Heisenberg on everybody’s lips, let us step into jazz-age Chi-town for the musical Chicago opening this Friday, April 5 at Musical Theatre Southwest. This Broadway smash filled with murderesses, fame, fake pregnancy, gunplay, vaudeville, lawyers, jail, singing and dancing will have you asking, “who says murder’s not an art?” The musical runs April 5 to 28 with performances on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sunday matinees at 2pm. Tickets are $20 to $25. For more information and tickets, see or call 265-9119. (Clarke Conde)

    Musical Theatre Southwest
Sunday April 7, 2019
  • Musical Theatre Southwest
  • Ni De Aqui Ni De Allá

    Image courtesy of AMP Concerts

    Are you plagued by the feeling that you want to help prospective immigrants but you only seem to be able to party down and eat Brazilian food? Then luckily AMP Concerts has put together an event at South Broadway Cultural Center this Sunday, April 7 at 4pm: A New Citzens' Celebration, honoring Albuquerque's newest citizensRujeko Dumbutshena (Zimbabwe), Valeria Montes (Mexico) and Jackie Zamora (Peru). The best part is that your $15 ticket and all donations support Encuentro, NM Immigrant Law Center and Vizionz-Sankofa Immigrant and Refugee Project. The other best part is the dance performances from Valeria Montes, the Casa Flamenca crew and Rujeko Dumbutshena, as well as a full concert set from Baracutanga and Brazilian food from Edivane. For more info about this all-ages show, see (Clarke Conde)

    South Broadway Cultural Center
    Ni De Aqui Ni De Allá: A New Citizen Celebration
  • Putting the T in Italian

    Image via Pixabay

    M'Tucci's Italian is running a Flight of Four Seasons event on Sunday, April 7 from 4 to 7pm. This evening features four tea-infused cocktails, along with a food pairing for each drink. At a cost of $55 per person (and reservations required), anyone 21+ can enjoy one of these cool creations, like the Spring Fling, made with Midori, passion berry tea, mint tea and a mint sprig, or a Winter Haven, created with lemon ginger tea, Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey Whiskey and fresh lemon. With food offerings like Harvest Lamb, made with herb and vanilla smoked lamb loin, truffle corn puree, wild mushroom agrodolce and smoked mint gastrique, this is a feast to remember. (Dan Pennington)

    M’Tucci’s Italian Restaurant
    Flight of the Four Seasons Pairing Dinner
Tuesday April 9, 2019
  • Fishing for Jazz

    Image courtesy of the artist

    Jazz is PHSH—a tribute ensemble that recreates the best music by jam-band master Phish, with a jazz twist—plays Launchpad on Tuesday, April 9 at 9pm. The band was formed in 2015 by veteran rockers and jazzers. This year's tour includes a musical collective that features a rotating cast of some of the best jazz musicians out there and three-time Grammy Award-winner and Snarky Puppy sax player Chris Bullock, bass player Cody Wright, members of Rubblebucket, The New Mastersounds and more. Combination of amazing improvisation and tight chops focused on the oeuvre of one of America's musical treasures, this concert is an alluring digression whether it's jazz, rock or just plain jamming out that strikes your musical fancy. Local jammed-out mastermind Pherkad open this tuneful evening, and tickets are available for a mere $15 for 21+ listeners hankering for a jazzy Phish dinner. (August March)

    Jazz is Phsh • variety
Thursday April 11, 2019
  • A Meal to Live For

    Image via Pixabay
    LIFE, which is described as “a multi-tiered experiential immersive dinner,” happens Thursday, April 4 and 11 and Friday, April 12 from 6 to 9pm, with tickets on sale for $89 and is suited for all ages. StoryLab Interactive hosts this four-course dinner with non-alcoholic elixir pairings mixes a culinary experience with sound and visual components to create an almost alternate reality dining event that's sure to take away anyone's breath. Be aware that they prefer not to make substitutions for food, but can accommodate allergies with notice. More information is available on their website, (Dan Pennington)

    StoryLab, Inc.
Friday April 12, 2019