Swords, daggers and spears in the desert.
After touring a maze of Albuquerque schools, George Orwell’s satire of the Russian Revolution opens at The Cell Theatre this week.
When it came time to decide whether to play in a symphony or an ensemble, the members of the Brentano String Quartet drew from the heart.
The leering clown of farce has returned to Albuquerque.
The state premiere of James MacMillan’s dramatic song of Christ’s agony centers the third annual “Fridays in Lent” series at the Cathedral of St. John.
SANTA FE – Artists have flocked to New Mexico’s kaleidoscope of color and light for generations.
SANTA FE – Pablita Velarde lived a litany of firsts wrapped in a manta.
In 1862, King Mongkut of Siam penned a letter of advice to Abraham Lincoln, then struggling to win the Civil War.
Contemporary, historic artists’ versions of trunks on display
1998 Pulitzer Prize-winning play involves pedophilia, misogyny
Despite its perennial nickname, Mozart never called his Symphony No. 41 in C Major the “Jupiter.”
Shanoah Ulibarri is flying home to Albuquerque on butterfly wings.