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Four Corners Comedy Festival takes over Durango

Shows, workshops to be held through Sunday

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...

Durango High School Troupe 1096 takes center stage

Theater program announces new season; Patron Packages now on sale

Durango Arts Center goes big

DAC opens art exhibit, improv show Friday night

Durango Cowboy Poetry Gathering seeks home stays for performers

34th annual event to be held Sept. 29-Oct. 2 this year

Durango PlayFest launches week of workshops and readings

Audience talk-back sessions key “We lost a year a year because of COVID,” Durango PlayFest co-founder Dan Lauria said recently in a telephone interview. Flying from New York to Los Angeles t...

Durango Arts Repertory Theatre stages ‘Wish You Were Here’

New production inspired by vintage postcards

Satire stings: ‘Heathers’ and America’s great divide

Musical being staged at FLC’s MainStage Theatre.

Up on the mesa, Shakespeare under the stars

If you’re puzzled by relationships, Shakespeare’s your playwright. Especially in “Much Ado About Nothing,” his brilliant comedy about love, friendship and family connections. And, just to ma...

Creede Repertory Theatre mounts engaging season

When Emily Van Fleet walks on stage as Patsy Cline, the sign above her quickly flips from Creede Opera House to Grand Ole Opry. It’s a nice tribute to Creede’s illustrious 57-year history pe...

Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ opens June 30 at FLC

It’s 1945. American soldiers are returning home from World War II. Big-band music fills the air – “Sing, Sing, Sing” and “I’m Beginning to See the Light.” That’s the setting for “Much Ado Ab...

Show Your Pride with Aria PettyOne

Five days of fun planned for Durango
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