“Santa Fe Playhouse’s centennial season reflects what the world has gone through during the past two years—from medical terror, to psychological upheaval, to reckoning with racism and social justice. Coming out of this pandemic, we not only have to redefine what ‘normal’ means; we have to open ourselves up to the possibility that there is no ‘normal.’ These plays remind us that life is messy and undefined no matter who we are, or what control we think we have. It is up to us to choose how to respond. What we hope is that there is an activation of kindness and compassion that comes with witnessing these particular stories, both within our audiences and artists.”Robyn Rikoon | Artistic Director
The EffectMar 10 – Apr 3, 22
EverybodyJun 16 – Jul 10, 22
Santa Fe Fiesta MelodramaAug 25 – Sep 18, 22
The MountaintopSep 22 – Oct 16, 22
A Year with Frog and ToadDec 1 – Dec 23, 22
Curated by Goiyo Perez and Robyn Rikoon
February – November
Two iconic Santa Fe non-profit organizations come together to showcase local, regional, and national indigenous performing talent on the historic stage of the Santa Fe Playhouse. Curated by Goiyo Perez for SWAIA, in collaboration with Santa Fe Playhouse’s artistic director, Robyn Rikoon, these installations feature musicians, dancers, poets, and other performing artists, as well as visual artists and other Indigenous artisans.
July – August
Solo shows by local and national playwrights and performers.
Written by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare
October 25 – November 12
Homer’s epic, borne on the backs of gods and warriors, dismantled and reconstructed by modern playwrights and actors. In this co-production between Santa Fe Playhouse and North Carolina’s RhinoLeap Productions, a world-weary poet tells a wrenching, timeless tale of the Trojan War, of bravery and blood and the heat of battle.