V.27 No.45 | 11/8/2018
Film Review Can You Ever Forgive Me? F is for Fraudulence When you look at it in a certain light, all authors are liars, but there’s also something rebellious and cheeky about it and it’s this morally ambiguous middle-ground that Can You Ever Forgive Me? finds so fertile. Image courtesy of Broadway World Stage Waitress Sunday, Dec 15: 1-9pm Popejoy Hall
Jenna, a waitress and expert pie-maker who dreams of a way out of her small town and rocky marriage, gets a chance at a fresh start and must find the courage to seize it.
Clarke Condé Stage An Adobe Christmas Carol Sunday, Dec 15: 2pm Adobe Theater
In this poignant adaptation of Dickens’ classic tale, a group of homeless people, looking around in hopes of finding food and warmth on Christmas Eve, come across a copy of
A Christmas Carol. Stage All is Calm Sunday, Dec 15: 2pm Mother Road Theatre Company
Experience Dec. 24, 1914, during WWI, when allied forces and German solidiers called a truce, as they shouted “Merry Christmas!” across lines in their native languages and sang carols together.
Song & Dance NMPHIL Presents: Messiah Sunday, Dec 15: 3-5:30pm Sandia Presbyterian Church
An intimate performance by the NM Philharmonic—conducted by David Felberg, with the wonderful Sandia Presbyterian Church Chancel Choir and the extraordinary Coro Lux.