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Santa Fe Playhouse

142 E De Vargas St.
NM, 87501
988-4262 | Website
Neighborhood: None

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The Santa Fe Little Theater, dba Santa Fe Playhouse provides first-time actors, writers, directors, designers and technicians with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience working with seasoned professionals, welcoming everyone who wishes to participate in live theater. Each season offers comedies, dramas and musicals, as well as our famous Fiesta Melodrama and original one-act series, Benchwarmers. 

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Thursday, Apr 02, 2015

Macbeth

Patrick Briggs directs a cast of local Shakespearean veterans in the Bard's legendary tragedy.
7:30 pm | $10

Santa Fe Playhouse

142 E De Vargas St.
Web | Map

Saturday, Apr 04, 2015

Macbeth

Patrick Briggs directs a cast of local Shakespearean veterans in the Bard's legendary tragedy.
7:30 pm | $20

Santa Fe Playhouse

142 E De Vargas St.
Web | Map

Sunday, Apr 05, 2015

Macbeth

Patrick Briggs directs a cast of local Shakespearean veterans in the Bard's legendary tragedy.
2 pm | $20

Santa Fe Playhouse

142 E De Vargas St.
Web | Map

Thursday, Apr 09, 2015

Macbeth

Patrick Briggs directs a cast of local Shakespearean veterans in the Bard's legendary tragedy.
7:30 pm | $10

Santa Fe Playhouse

142 E De Vargas St.
Web | Map

Saturday, Apr 11, 2015

Macbeth

Patrick Briggs directs a cast of local Shakespearean veterans in the first public Santa Fe production of the Bard's legendary tragedy since 1971.
7:30 pm | $20

Santa Fe Playhouse

142 E De Vargas St.
Web | Map
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