SANTA FE DEAD
October 18 – 31
Santa Fe Dead is back. Last year’s hit Halloween adventure has returned and is hungry for brains. In the spirit of Dawn of the Dead, the undead have taken over a section of the Santa Fe Place.
Teams of up to 6, armed with foam dart guns, will fight their way through an abandoned storefront trying to find the ultimate weapon, capable of taking down hoards of zombies. One part haunted house, one part immersive theatre, and one part live action video game, this 45 minute adventure is recommended for brave souls 12 years of age and up.
Missions depart headquarters every 20 minutes. It’s best to reserve your spot ahead of time, but spots may be available at the door.
October 18 – October 28 –
$20 General Admission
$15 for brave souls under 16*
October 30 & 31 –
$25 General Admission
$20 for brave souls under 16*
*Any persons under 16 must be accompanied by an adult
2018 Fiesta Melodrama LGBTQ Night!
Join us on August 24th for our LGBTQ Night! After the show, we’ll have a cast mingle at a location to be determined.
Love in the DMZ – Staged Reading
by Julia Cameron
directed by Duchess Dale
Saturday, July 28th at 2pm and Sunday, July 29th at 6pm
Suggested Donation is $15 – a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Horses for Heroes.
LOVE IN THE DMZ, by THE ARTIST’S WAY author Julia Cameron, follows the relationship between a Husband and Wife during the Vietnam War era. The play begins in the spring of 1968, when Husband has been sent to Vietnam to lead a group of young soldiers. He and his loving Wife comfort each other with lyrical, sometimes silly love letters. As time goes by, Husband’s letters get darker, and Wife, although frightened by the letters, tries to stay supportive and to keep their bond alive.
July 24, 6pm to 7pm at the Santa Fe Playhouse
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time LGBTQ Night
Friday July 20, 2018 7:30 PM
142 East De Vargas Street
Meet the Cast follows, 10:30-11:30 Rio Chama (cash bar)
DRAWINGS & RAFFLES!
From our friends at Gruet Santa Fe Tasting Room: Your ticket enters you in a drawing for a wine tasting for two people: two winners will be drawn. We will also have raffles for six- person wine tastings: two will be raffled off
From our friends Philip and Kevin, Santa Fe’s favorite House Hunters, santafehousehunters.com: A raffle for tickets to the next LGBT Night at the Playhouse for The 2018 FIESTA MELODRAMA
The Rocky Horror Show – LGBTQ Night
LGBTQ Night on Friday, June 15th! Strap on your platforms and get ready to throw some sass! Join us and our favorite Transylvanians afterwards at Casa Espana for a post show mingle. Showtime is 7:30pm; mingling after the show.
Tickets for this night’s performance must be present for admittance to Casa Espana.
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.
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Flight Plan – A Post Show Conversation about America’s mental health system
Sunday, May 20th after the final performance
Flight Plan is dark comedy about mental health and the mental health system. A true-ish story, playwright Marguerite Louise Scotthas based Flight Plan on her struggles with PTSD and depression, and her experience with a broken American mental health system.