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Judith Reynolds
Position: Staff reporter

Anticipating ‘The Hours’

On the wings of books and film, opera redefines despair

The sounds of Christmas: Durango Theatreworks presents a live radiocast of Dickens’ classic

“Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas,” said Michael McKelvey, “without Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol.’” The artistic director of Durango Theatreworks has organized an unusual hybrid version of the...

To challenge, to learn and/or heal

Three exhibits explore Native American art, themes and practices

Civic Winds celebrates Harry Potter

Fall concert combines mystery and magic Friday night

Marie Curie’s year

We just passed the 155th anniversary of Marie Curie’s birth. She was born Nov. 7, 1867, in Warsaw, Poland. She was the first woman scientist to win a Nobel Prize – 1903 in physics and in 191...

Sonata, serenade, tango

Flute and harp recital tonight

The MET chooses traditional storytelling

Verdi plus Mayer plus Sierra equals a memorable ‘Traviata’

‘Cabaret’ opens Fort Lewis College season

Dangerous and decadent – a dark musical for our time

The MET Live in HD returns to Fort Lewis College

Operatic tales of love, loss and vengeance

Bolero! Orchestra celebrates the French Impressionists

When’s the last time you heard “Bolero”? A recording? As a backdrop for a commercial? A musical score for a movie? Any chance you heard it played by a full orchestra in a big concert hall? I...

A once-in-a-year chance

FLC Showcase introduces new and ‘old’ faculty

Shakespeare at play: Merely Players launches season with comedy

Merely Players will open its season Sept. 23, with a colorful, 1960s-inspired rendition of Shakespeare’s frothiest of comedies – “As You Like It.” “Shakespeare was told to write a funny play...