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Performing Arts / Books: September 12-18

Theater & Stage Reviews ***image4***Santa Fe Institute climate change discussion; native storytellers from the Lakota, Dakota, Narragansett, Dineh and Chemehuevi tribes; and the Venerable Robina Courtin brings inspired Buddh

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Performing Arts / Books: September 5-11

Theater & Stage Reviews ***image2***Henrietta Christmas shares the history of Rosa Bustamante  in "Women of the Camino Real"; Daniel Moya discusses "Pojoaque Tribal Economic Development: Past to Present to Future

Wednesday, September 5, 2007
Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Performing Arts / Books: August 29-September 4

Theater & Stage Reviews ***image4***Terran Lovewave talks with former CIA agents Bill and Kathy Christison; Flamenco legend and local and national treasure María Benitez returns; Aspen Santa Fe Ballet...

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Performing Arts / Books: August 22-28

Theater & Stage Reviews ***image2***Femme-O-Lition Derby comes to town; actress Joan Allen reads the letters of Georgia O'Keeffe; Gracias a la Vida: Las Poetisas Amigas traces the l

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Read It: Burn the Man

Theater & Stage Reviews Not everyone can go this year...

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

See It: From Auditorium to Theater

Theater & Stage Reviews Ups and downs with the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival.

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Performing Arts / Books: August 15-21

Theater & Stage Reviews ***image1***The Museum of New Mexico Press hosts book signings in conjunction with Indian Market; tapas and opera; the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival; Apprentice Scenes at the Santa Fe Opera;

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

See It: Drum Circle

Theater & Stage Reviews ***image1***The opening concert of the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival�s two-part World Music Percussion Festival presents Dallas-based percussion group, D�Drum performing Balinese occasiona

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Performing Arts / Books: August 8-14

Theater & Stage Reviews ***image3***Jan Marquart presents a workshop titled "Write to Heal"; former Santa Fean and current New Yorker Leslie Satin presents two dance pieces at the Railyard Performance Center; the annual

Wednesday, August 8, 2007
 
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