David Carter

SWAIA Performances presents Sage Cornelius

SWAIA Performances presents multi-instrumentalist musician Sage Cornelius at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Wednesday, June 22, at Santa Fe Playhouse. Sage Cornelius (Oneida, Navajo, Potawatomi) is a multi-instrumentalist musician from Topeka, Kansas. He learned honky-tonk/Irish fiddle as well as classical violin when he was young. He picked up guitar in high school and counts among his influences Charlie Daniels,…
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Journey to the Center of Your Soul

Interviews by Jennifer Levin Everybody, by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, is a story to watch unfold as well as a highly personal journey each audience member takes with the cast. It’s an update of the 15th-century morality play, Everyman, which is a staple of theater education. The original is likely the first play written in English; Jacobs-Jenkins’ embraces Everyman’s serious issues of…
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Everything’s under control: The timelessness of Edward Albee’s A Delicate Balance

By Jennifer Levin Agnes and Tobias are wealthy suburbanites. They like their cocktails. They talk in that affected way, common to people of their social station, where everything is sort of a joke because everything is sort of beneath them. They smile when they’re angry, and speak through clenched teeth. They spend their afternoons at “the club” and don’t seem…
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Auditions for EVERYBODY

by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins  directed by Zoe Lesser  5–10 p.m. Monday, March 21 1–5 p.m. Tuesday, March 22  Santa Fe Playhouse 142 E. De Vargas St.   “Though if Death really is just a matter of taking a trip and giving  some sort of presentation at the end, then it might not be that bad.”  You muddle through the mundanities of life…
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Multiplicity of self: The Effect 

“Which of your feelings do you trust? Do you trust the feelings that come up in your body? Or do you trust the feelings that come up in your brain?” asks Robyn Rikoon, who directs The Effect, by Lucy Prebble, the first production of Santa Fe Playhouse’s Centennial Season.
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Join the 2018 Fiesta Melodrama Writing Team!

It’s that time of year again. Time to begin writing the 2018 Santa Fe Fiesta Melodrama. We are inviting anyone interested in joining the “courageously anonymous” team of writers to attend our introductory meeting. Please share with anyone who might be interested in this opportunity. The Santa Fe Fiesta Melodrama is a tradition dating back to 1919. Written in the…
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