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Santa Fe has an enormous lineup of seasonal performances
With the onset of the cold and the waning of the light, it seems a good idea to take a comic approach to the meaning of life.
Performers find new inspiration, joy
SF transplant looks for studio space where she can work on her many ideas, finds some help with winning SPREAD pitch
There are plenty of little things Alexz Johnson is grateful for while on tour.
Marisol Hernandez feels like she was born to be on stage.
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Four playwrights will see their words come to life Thursday through Sunday as they vie to have their plays produced next spring at the Santa Fe Playhouse.
An elongated Georgia O’Keeffe, as linear as the flower she holds, forms a chrysalis of modernism in “Our Lady of the Lily.”
Nearly 300 years since its Dublin debut, Handel’s “Messiah” has rocketed to the status of folk music.
The Taos Chamber Music Group’s 22nd season continues with “Remembering Ralph” at 3 p.m. Nov. 23 at a private home in Taos.