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JUST BETWEEN US: A Story Collecting Project

THEATERWORK - continuing its tradition of conducting story gathering projects - has initiated a search for stories that express close connections between pairs of people: mother/daughter; father/son; best friends; spouses ... any remarkable bond between two people that needs remembering and...

An Almost Holy Picture

(touring production) Samuel Gentle, the groundskeeper for the Church of the Holy Comforter, has heard God's call three times. The first was on a walk with his father in a field off the Pamet Roads in Truro; the second was in the aftermath of a terrible bus accident with his friend Ines Castillo while he was...

Southwest Irish Theater Festival

THEATERWORK accepted an invitation from organizers of the 2nd Annual Southwest Irish Theater Festival. It will join with several Albuquerque theater companies in building a festival this year. Audiences will be able to experience a broad range of events drawn from the extraordinary cultural life of...

Miss Jairus, a Mystery in Four Tableaux

This third production of THEATERWORK's 17th season in Santa Fe - following on ELEEMOSYNARY (Blessing) and BEAUTY OF THE FATHER (Cruz) - promises to be romantic, colorful, brimming with theatricality and surprises from start to finish. A textbook list of "romantic characteristics" includes: concern with the...

Beauty of the Father

Performances: [at the James A. Little Theater] February 8 - 17th, February 2013 This play by Pulitzer Prize-winner Nilo Cruz is set in Andalusia, Spain, where the restless ghost of the Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca still wanders through the streets and converses with the living. BEAUTY OF THE FATHER...

Eleemosynary

October 19-28 THEATERWORK opens its 17'th Season in Santa Fe with a production of Lee Blessing’s elegant and compelling play ELEEMOSYNARY. The piece was originally commissioned by the Park Square Theatre of St. Paul Minnesota and produced there in August, 1985. ...

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