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Durango High School Troupe 1096 scores big at Bobby G’s

DHS receives four top-tier nominations for production of ‘Urinetown’

Merely Players uncorks a timeless masterpiece

‘Chicago’ – a satire for all time

Durango Arts Center names new executive director

Jason Lythgoe takes reins from Brenda Macon, who recently left post

Community Concert Hall hosts evening of music, storytelling

‘Welcome to Indian Country’ celebrates Indigenous culture

Tolstoy and the great American musical

FLC stages major work based on a Russian love story

‘Hand to God’

DART presents dark comedy through March

Last chance to see Durango High School Troupe 1096’s ‘Urinetown’

Performances will run through Saturday night

FLC stages gripping new play about American adolescence

Like, I mean – really? The word “like” peppers the dialogue of Sarah DeLappe’s play “The Wolves.” Last week, the Fort Lewis College Performing Arts Department mounted a vivid production of h...

Shall we dance? 17th annual Bach Festival breaks new ground

Johann Sebastian Bach stands a good chance of being ranked No. 1 In any poll of the world’s greatest composers. Along with sheer quantity, there is also depth, complexity and astonishing qua...

Humorously morose comedian Richard Lewis dies at 76

NEW YORK – Richard Lewis, an acclaimed comedian known for exploring his neuroses in frantic, stream-of-consciousness diatribes while dressed in all-black, leading to his nickname “The Prince...

Suit up, players. It’s showtime

FLC and Merely Players take on today’s conundrums

PHOTO: Merely Players opens ‘Small Mouth Sounds’

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