V.26 No.18 | 5/4/2017
Film Review Creepy Unsettling Japanese horror-hybrid knows how to make skin crawl Creepy makes the most of its long-simmering atmosphere of tension and dread, shying away from clear psychological and supernatural resolutions, to provide enough unwholesome suggestions to make you look askance at your fellow man. Comm Party Sunday Sunday, Feb 23: 10am Living Water Miracle Center Church
Marcus Lee, Jeremiah Angel, David Wade and Richard Johnson provide music and preach the good word.
Learn Jim Henson: The Biography (Lecture) Sunday, Feb 23: 1-2pm Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
Biographer Brian Jay Jones showcases the life and work of Jim Henson, from his early television and commercials, through his work as an avant-garde filmmaker, documentarian and beyond.
Song & Dance 2020 Choreographers' Showcase Sunday, Feb 23: 2-3:30pm Keshet Center for the Arts
A dynamic showcase of local, regional and national choreographers as they premiere new works and works-in-progress.
Stage The Heart is a Lonely Hunter Sunday, Feb 23: 2pm Vortex Theatre
The play explores a universal longing for connection, where, at its center is John Singer, a lonely deaf man becomes the confidant to a constellation of disparate souls.
Song & Dance Beyond the Pale Sunday, Feb 23: 3-5pm Las Placitas Presbyterian Church
One of Canada’s most innovative acoustic ensembles brings a Klezmer and Balkan music experience shaped by everything from jazz and classical music to bluegrass and reggae.
Stage The Old White Lady Tells It Sunday, Feb 23: 4-5:15pm Cell Theatre
This comic insight chronicles the making and the unmaking of a racist, told with heart-felt affection and warmth, a journey specific to her own experiences and universal to many.
Song & Dance Dweezil Zappa Monday, Feb 24: 8-10pm KiMo Theatre
Dweezil Zappa and his rocking teenage combo perform his father's entire
Hot Rats album, dedicated to Dweezil upon its release in 1969, in sequence.