In the 2010 production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” members of the Vortex Theatre were reduced to mopping up water from the stage during a summer monsoon.
Picasso and Einstein meet in a bar and argue about genius.
Mary Margaret Caceres is an 18-year-old San Antonio, Texas, transit worker who encounters visions of Coronado as she copes with life.
New initiative joins traditional Indian Market in Santa Fe
Museum showcases four different art series by ABQ photographer
Musicians honor the integrity of music, view high Cs with equanimity
Pandas’ roly poly bodies tumble about like toddlers.
The brawling Randle Patrick McMurphy swaggers into the rigid wards of a mental hospital to face the quiet degradation of Nurse Ratched.
“Alcove Shows 1917-1927″ showcases old friends and forgotten treasures forging the historic scaffolding of the New Mexico Museum of Art collections.
This adaptation targets the violence and brutality of Homer’s epic story
NM Community College hopes new Coal Avenue venue adds gravitas
Born and reared on the verdant Seneca Nation, Luanne Redeye slips tribal symbols behind portraits of those she left behind.