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Friday Dec 14, 2018

  • South Broadway Cultural Center
    Beauty and the Beast Jr.
  • Growing Stage
    Cinderella: The Tale of the Glass Slipper
  • African American Performing Arts Center (Expo NM)
    Elf the Musical
  • Lost Boy, Super High and Belting Showtunes

    Image courtesy of Finding Neverland the Musical

    There are stories, and then there are stories of the stories behind those stories. Because, science. The popular Broadway stage musical, Finding Neverland, launching at Popejoy Hall on Dec. 13 at 7:30pm, recounts playwright J.M. Barrie’s invention of Peter Pan. Basically, he fell for a hot widow, then stole her four kids’ imaginary friend, Peter, and got famous. While exploiting child labor might seem unkind now, in jolly Dickensian London that shit was just called “work,” okay? Too young to remember Peter Pan? Dig: Skinny elfen dude, green tights refuses to grow up, flies around, befriends kids who forget about him as adults. Sadder than you realized, really. Thank God for peppy showtunes. All ages welcome, tickets range from $43 to $83. Check for more deets. Additional shows Dec. 14 to 16.

    Popejoy Hall
    Finding Neverland
  • There Will Be Blood

    Puritanical tropes are shed and Hester Prynne is reborn in Aux Dog Theatre's production of In the Blood, an updated retelling of the Hawthorne's classic. This play—penned by Pulitizer Prize-winner Suzan-Lori Parks—introduces us to Hester La Negrita, and the underbelly of American life. Acted and directed by a cadre of local talent, this imaginative piece of theater creates new in-roads with modern audiences. It opened Nov. 16, and runs weekends (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) through Dec. 16 with tickets at just $12. Find tickets online at

    Aux Dog Theatre
    In the Blood
  • Albuquerque Little Theatre
    It's A Wonderful Life
  • Hat Collector

    Image courtesy of the artist

    When he's not saving the lives of stand-up audience members or breaking records climbing Mt. Shaq, world-famous physician and philosopher Dr. Ken Jeong has also been known to fool around with comedy, too. He evenly famously played Mr. Chow in the hit movie series The Hangover between brain surgeries (allegedly). The star of stage and screen performs this Friday, Dec. 14, at Isleta Resort & Casino. Tickets for the 21 and up show start at $25.Doors open at 8pm. Oh! He's also a good dancer.

    Isleta Resort & Casino
    Ken Jeong Live
  • Vortex Theatre
    A Tuna Christmas
  • AirDance ArtSpace
    Ugly Sweater Revue
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