Sotto Voce: A Peach of a Creeper
Almost every theatrical production in Santa Fe this year has been uncomfortably relevant to our social and political zeitgeist.
One of the most common reactions to SFR's new theater column (the very one you're reading) is not necessarily happiness or displeasure, but rather bewilderment.
Fifteen barefoot adults are lined up against a wall. Ben Taxy, in track pants and a fandom T-shirt, sits in a chair against the opposite wall, elbows on his knees, and faces the line of people.
There is no way around it: Students and alums (not to mention professors or former professors) of the College of Santa Fe and Santa Fe University of Art and Design have been integral to the success of the Santa Fe theater scene.
We were left deeply unsettled by Heisenberg. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but certainly not what we were expecting.