In 1862, King Mongkut of Siam penned a letter of advice to Abraham Lincoln, then struggling to win the Civil War.
1998 Pulitzer Prize-winning play involves pedophilia, misogyny
Shanoah Ulibarri is flying home to Albuquerque on butterfly wings.
J. Santiago Candelaria and José “Pepe” Gallardo had some time on their hands, so they created a theater production.
Character completely ignorant of her lack of rhythm, vocal pitch
Leslie Umphrey and Sam Shepperson are the producers and directors of the University of New Mexico Opera Theatre’s upcoming production of “Die Fledermaus.”
Ballet Repertory Theatre uses Ottorino Respighi’s 1917 ‘Fountains of Rome’
‘Kimberly Akimbo’ characters ‘have no filters and no boundaries’
Rick Thomas is on a roll.
Acrobats, aerialists and motorcycle daredevils.
Imagine going from New Orleans to Havana, then to Trinidad and Rio.
In staging “American Buffalo,” the Mother Road Theatre Company is tackling a piece of American theater history, wrapped in a cyclone of swearing.