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Tony-winning choreographer, actress Ann Reinking dies at 71

NEW YORK – Ann Reinking, the Tony Award-winning choreographer, actress and Bob Fosse collaborator who helped spread a cool, muscular hybrid of jazz and burlesque movement to Broadway and bey...

Durango Dance brings ‘The Nutcracker’ to the drive-in

Community talent gathers for holiday tradition ... with a twist

Fort Lewis College stages coming-of-age American drama

‘Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them’ will be available online

Durango High School Troupe 1096 takes to the airwaves with ‘Pontypool’

Horror radio show to be aired Halloween night on 99X

Merely Players stages tragicomedy online

‘WAKEY, WAKEY’ opens this weekend

Wave of ‘Nutcracker’ cancellations hits dance companies hard

COLUMBUS, Ohio – For many, it’s not Christmas without the dance of Clara, Uncle Drosselmeyer, the Sugar Plum Fairy, the Mouse King and, of course, the Nutcracker Prince. But this ...

Spend a night at the opera: The MET makes it easy online

Will the biggest of all art forms, grand opera, survive the pandemic? Will die-hard Durango fans ever gather again Saturday mornings at Fort Lewis College for The MET Live in HD? ...

Much ado at Jenkins Ranch Park

Merely Players’ Studio Series refreshes Shakespeare

Nigerian boy gains fame after dance video goes viral

LAGOS, Nigeria – When Anthony Mmesoma Madu was videoed practicing ballet barefoot in the drizzling rain in Nigeria earlier this year, the 11-year-old thought the footage would be used for a ...

World-class hoop dancer Nakotah LaRance dies

Champion hoop dancer Nakotah LaRance, who traveled the world performing with Cirque du Soleil then returned to New Mexico to coach youth dancers, has died at age 30. LaRance, who ...

Merely Players and The Silverton Mine go online

Here are eight reasons to catch Merely Players’ “Zoom Alice: A Wonderland Adventure for a Topsy Turvy World” before it disappears online by the end of Saturday, June 20. 1. A tigh...

Second City CEO steps down amid claims of racism at theater

LOS ANGELES – Andrew Alexander, CEO and co-owner of famed The Second City improv theater, said he is stepping down after a former performer leveled accusations of racism against the comedy i...