Special Events

Flight Plan – A Post Show Conversation about America’s mental health system

Sunday, May 20th after the final performance

Moderated by Vaughn Irving, Artistic Director of The Santa Fe Playhouse and also the Dramaturg for Flight Plan, the panel includes playwright Marguerite Louise Scott, director Christine McHugh, members of the FLIGHT PLAN cast, and mental health professional Ellen Fox.

Flight Plan is dark comedy about mental health and the mental health system. A true-ish story, playwright Marguerite Louise Scott has based Flight Plan on her struggles with PTSD and depression, and her experience with a broken American mental health system.

Mark Dunn of Talking Broadway says Flight Plan “is a raw and ragged—by turns darkly comic and heartbreakingly poignant—submersion into the bowels of a facility called, with or without imposed irony, the Sunnyland Sanctuary.”

Join us for a reading of

No Number Home

By Tencha Avila
Fear and turmoil engulf a small colony of eight Mexican immigrant families — farm workers and their American children — when one of their own goes AWOL from the Army at Christmas (Posada) time during WWII.
7:30p Wednesday May 23rd
Talk-back following the performance
No reservation necessary. $10 suggested donation at the door. All proceeds go to the Dreamer’s Project of Santa Fe.

The Rocky Horror Dance Party: It’s a Playhouse Time Warp

Get ready to rock your fishnet stockings off!

Saturday, June 2, 8pm–Midnight
Santa Fe Farmers’ Market
1607 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe

Costume contest. Raffle prizes. Music by DJ Your Boy Re-Flex. Live broadcast by Honey Harris of KBAC. Cash bar adult beverages from Susan’s Fine Wine and Spirits. Food trucks from Jambo, El Sabor, and Freezie Fresh. Emcees Quinn Alexander Fontaine and Frank N. Furter. This is the Feisty Fiesta you don’t want to miss!

All-ages event. Online advance tickets are $25; tickets at the door are $30. Benefits the Santa Fe Playhouse operating fund.