The Santa Fe Playhouse is proud to announce our 96th season of productions and special events.
Tickets are available for the season!
February 23 – March 12
by Paul Slade Smith
Two cops. Three crooks. Eight doors. Go!
In a cheap motel room, an embezzling mayor is supposed to meet with his female accountant, but things don’t go as planned. An internationally renowned comedy.
March 30 – April 16
adapted by Robert Owens, et al.
“I do not believe that the kind of society I describe necessarily will arrive, but I believe that something resembling it could arrive. The moral to be drawn from the dangerous nightmare situation is a simple one: Don’t let it happen. It depends upon YOU.” – George Orwell
May 4 – May 21
In The Next Room (or The Vibrator Play)
by Sarah Ruhl
Set in the 1880s at the dawn of the age of electricity and based on the bizarre historical fact that doctors used vibrators to treat ‘hysterical’ women (and some men), the play centers on a doctor and his wife and how his new therapy affects their entire household. In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play) is a comedy about marriage, intimacy, and electricity. Winner 2010 Will Glickman Award for Best New Play.
June 8 – June 25
The Normal Heart
by Larry Kramer
A searing drama about public and private indifference to the AIDS plague and one man’s lonely fight to awaken the world to the crisis. Produced to acclaim in New York, London and Los Angeles, The Normal Heart won the 2011 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play.
July 20 – August 7
by Kander, Ebb, and Masteroff
Willkommen, Bienvenue, Welcome!
The scene is a nightclub in Berlin as the 1920’s are drawing to a close. The Master of Ceremonies welcomes the audience to the show and assures them that, whatever their troubles, they will forget them at the Cabaret. A musical Classic!
August 24 – September 10
The Fiesta Melodrama
A tradition is Santa Fe since 1919, the Fiesta Melodrama is written in the style of those from the wild west, but with a twist. Lampooning local news and politics, the Fiesta Melodrama has been delighting crowds and embarrassing politicians since New Mexico was only seven years old. Book your tickets early because this is tradition sells out fast.