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A playwright’s dream, one line at a time

August PlayFest ready to launch

New improv group tells its ‘Origin Story’

Comedians take the stage at Durango Arts Center

Get ready for Durango Pride!

Annual celebration starts Wednesday at Ska

Three crackin’ good yarns: Creede Rep launches 56th season with fairy tale, an epic and love letters

After going dark in 2020 because of COVID-19, Creede Repertory Theatre is launching Operation Outdoor Theatre 2021. A full schedule of plays, plus improv comedy and a new cabaret, is on deck...

Santa Fe Opera gears up for ticket sales, season opener

ALBUQUERQUE – The gates at the famed Santa Fe Opera are open again, and General Director Robert Meya said Wednesday that he and the entire company are excited to return to the stage in July...

Durango Playfest seeks play submissions from local writers

Durango PlayFest is seeking full-length play submissions (60 to 90 pages) for its Aug. 3-8 festival. There will be a reading by local actors of the selected work. The festival seeks work wit...

Durango Playfest seeks play submissions from local writers

Durango PlayFest is seeking full-length play submissions (75 to 90 pages) for its Aug. 3-8 festival. There will be a reading by local actors of the selected work. The festival seeks work w...

Merely Players finds another ’found space’

Theater company to stage contemporary French comedy

Broadway readies imminent ticket sales for a fall reopening

By MARK KENNEDY AP Entertainment Writer NEW YORK – Many Broadway productions are scrambling to resume ticket sales in the coming days to welcome theater-goers this fall after city ...

Durango High School theater returns to the stage with ‘Carrie’

Troupe 1096 wants to take you to the prom

Fort Lewis College stages an evening of musical theater

Outsiders and insiders. It’s an old story, from fairy tales to the modern stage. Google Cinderella, an archetype for exclusion who eventually gains acceptance, and you’ll find thousands of v...

Scott Rudin will ‘step back’ after allegations of bullying

NEW YORK – Amid mounting anger about allegations of bullying, Broadway and Hollywood producer Scott Rudin broke his silence Saturday, saying he is “profoundly sorry” and will step back from ...