We don't know about you, but we're thinking of some theater events, maybe a little hip-hop and possibly the obviously super-cool world of quilts and quilting. So use our proverbial swatches to stitch together some weekend fun for yourself already.
A collection of small contemporary photographic works that invite the viewer to appreciate the wonder of the miniscule. Through March 2017.
This musical's lyrics and tunes are composed by the famed Steven Sondheim. Dallett Norris directs the story about a guy named Robert and what happens when he makes a wish for love as he blows out his 35th birthday candles.
The story of trans man Fernando Reyes' life unwinds on the stage before you in Alix Hudson's historical fiction play. Directed by Malcom Morgan.
An intellectual rap performance that will amaze you with elocution and skill. This guy is a hip-hop legend.
Set in Verona, Kentucky, the play tells the story of a small town, reeling from a natural disaster, and the silver lining they find in the dirt. Written by Kentucky-based playwrights Diana Grisanti and Steve Moulds.
An innovative performance full of unicorns, glitter and butterflies. We joke, we joke. Three acts—Brahim Fribgane, Houman Pourmedhi and Zulheikha—perform traditional Moroccan music.
The annal event presents 8 new one-act plays. See Obits by Terry Riley, Improbable Encounter by Ann Bendan and Pigeons by Marguerite Louise Scott amongst others.
Enjoy an interactive display and see many others that bring miniature worlds to life, depicting tiny perfectly constructed railroads. Kiddos will love this.
A vast display of contemporary colorful quilts all made by Northern New Mexico Quilter's Guild quilters who are donate the quilts to raise money for community service projects. Enter a raffle to win a quilt on Sunday!
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