Juliana Smithton is a successful neurologist whose life seems to be coming unhinged. Nothing is as it seems. Piece by piece, a mystery unfolds as face blurs with fiction, past collides with present, and the elusive truth about Juliana boils to the surface.
This 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Quiara Alegria Hudes intertwines the stories of an Iraq war veteran and a quartet of recovering addicts and has been called "a poem, prayer, and app on how to cope in an age of uncertainty and chaos."
In a Santa Fe Institute Community Lecture, evolutionary anthropologist Robin Dunbar discusses the empty promise of social media, the way in which meaningful social connections are fundamentally biological and even limited by cognitive processes and our DNA.
Kick-off performance for the 2nd Annual Southwest Irish Theater Festival. Award-winning playwright Marina Carr is coming in from Dublin to see her 2008 retelling of Shakespeare's King Lear, as the play makes its U.S. debut.