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Reel New Mexico

7 pm, Feb 21, 2013 | $5 donations suggested
 

Reel New Mexico premiers their second season with Still Dreaming, a film by award-winning couple Jilann Spitmiller and Hank Rogerson. The film follows a A Midsummer Night's Dream production at an assisted living home for aging actors. Your audience feedback to the film will affect its final cut.



Where: The Performance Space
Phone: 505-310-3828
Address:
La Tienda at Eldorado, 7 Caliente Road
Eldorado, NM
87508
Website: latiendaeldorado.com/tag/the-performance-space/

 

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