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What Happened Was...

7 pm, Jan 14, 2014 | $10 suggested donation
 
Back by popular demand after raves from its first performance is a second staged reading of actor/writer Tom Noonan's What Happened Was..., a darkly humorous play that explores the personal psychic landscape of two lonely New Yorkers. Directed by Michael Graves.


Where: Jean Cocteau Cinema
Phone: 466-5528
Address:
418 Montezuma Ave.

87501

 

Other events in Theater

Naked Romance

Friday, Jul 10, 2015
Poet/performance artist Davida Singer performs poems from her latest book set to the original music of John Rangel. 
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The Tempest

Friday, Jul 10, 2015
First of all, it is incredible how much Shakespeare we've been getting around here. Truly. Secondly, you'd be nuts to miss Santa Fe Shakespeare Society's production of The Tempest. Ship wrecks, sprites, weird-ass hunched over monster servants and love? It's a combo for success! We'd have made a Prospero joke here, but we're classy people and changed our minds. 
6 pm | $10-$20

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The Tempest

Friday, Jul 10, 2015
The Santa Fe Shakespeare Society presents the Bard's final masterpiece.
6-8 pm | $10-20

Monte del Sol Charter School

4157 Walking Rain Road
Santa Fe
Map

Also At Jean Cocteau Cinema

Alignment

Friday, Jul 03, 2015
Kathamann presents new works on paper exploring line variation and the language of abstraction. Through July 13
gallery hours | free

Jean Cocteau Cinema

418 Montezuma Ave.
Map

Alignment

Saturday, Jul 04, 2015
Kathamann presents new works on paper exploring line variation and the language of abstraction. Through July 13
gallery hours | free

Jean Cocteau Cinema

418 Montezuma Ave.
Map

Alignment

Sunday, Jul 05, 2015
Kathamann presents new works on paper exploring line variation and the language of abstraction. Through July 13
gallery hours | free

Jean Cocteau Cinema

418 Montezuma Ave.
Map
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