Where Our Story Comes Alive
Santa Fe Playhouse acknowledges the breath of those that came before us and all living animals, on the ground and above it. We acknowledge that the place we now call Santa Fe is still recognized as Oga Po’geh, meaning White Shell Water Place. Thousands of years ago, it was a center for the communities of Northern and Southern Tewa (often identified as Tanos). The living memory and stories told by the people of Taytsúgeh Oweengeh (Tesuque Pueblo) hold profound meaning to this day. We recognize that this land is just one piece of a larger, boundless terrain for Indigenous peoples: the Nambe Pueblo; the Tewa and the Jicarilla Apache. It is a place where stories both past and present are entwined by the Diné (Navajo), Cochiti, Taos, and Hopi Pueblos. Please click through to our About > Land Acknowledgement page for the full acknowledgement and list of Indigenous resources.
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The White Liars: A Spectacle of Sound
The White Liars depicts a fateful encounter between a down-and-out fortune teller, a rock musician, and his agent. The agent bribes Baroness Lemberg to fake some hocus-pocus over a crystal ball, ostensibly to discourage the musician from pursuing his girlfriend. The trickery entangles each of them in a dense web of mendacity.
CASTING CALL: WILD GAME
CASTING CALL: “WILD GAME” | 17 MINUTE SCENE | LIVE OUTDOOR PERFORMANCE Produced by Santa Fe Playhouse and Santa Fe...