‘Atacama’ impresses—albeit slowly.
You only have a few more chances to catch Shakespeare in the Garden this year.
“You can’t just ignore revisionist history!”
Two unrelated one-woman shows explore the diverse consequences of postwar stoicism.
An enjoyable ‘Midsummer’ is owed to Santa Fe Shakespeare Society founder and production director Jerry Ferraccio.
New Mexico Actors Lab presents the first Sam Shepard piece presented in town since the sometimes-Santa Fean writer died in 2017.
At the risk of sounding like a tool: ‘Rocky Horror’ is perhaps one of the most culturally important pieces of entertainment of the 20th century.
Theater that scares the crap out of us is the best kind of theater.
The Santa Fe Playhouse turns local playwright Marguerite Louise Scott’s ‘Flight Plan’ into a complicated and technically profound piece of theater.
Learning to Live, damnation, thrice and did you know The Matador would be in sixth grade by now?