June 23, 2017
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3 Questions

with Duchess Dale

3 Questions Coinciding with National LGBTQ+ Pride Month, the Santa Fe Playhouse presents The Normal Heart, the seminal 1985 play about the AIDS crisis.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 Charlotte Jusinski

Gray Areas

Acting Out When every interaction we have is viewed through the lens of politics, even discussing a smoothie or a sedimentary rock can get polarized and exhausting.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 Charlotte Jusinski

Square, Righteous, Superior, Embarrassed

The Normal Heart spills milk at the Santa Fe Playhouse

Acting Out Larry Kramer’s 1985 play The Normal Heart portrays the AIDS crisis in sharp detail, and it is full of questions and fear.

Friday, June 9, 2017 Charlotte Jusinski

Day Trips for Weirdos

Get your windshield buggy and get home by supper

Summer Guide Billy the Kid is kind of like Anglocentric American history compressed into a single person. Stay with me, now: He was fiercely independent and traveled west on a journey of what some might call righteous battl...

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Charlotte Jusinski

Dream, But Dream Practically

Acting Out Amid murky details surrounding the closure of the Santa Fe University of Art and Design on its city-owned campus, one fact remains clear for the performing arts community of Santa Fe: It loves the Greer Garson ...

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Charlotte Jusinski

Family Matters

Time to break back into ‘The Glass Menagerie’

Acting Out Okay. Yes. We all know The Glass Menagerie is a good play. Even a masterful play. So the question quickly becomes: “Is it done well?”

Friday, May 19, 2017 Charlotte Jusinski

Think Globally, Communicate Locally

Acting Out When you take a photograph, time stands still. When you experience trauma, time stands still. When you die, we can only guess time stands still.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Charlotte Jusinski

SFR Picks: La Petite Mort

Get your kicks in small doses in Madrid

Picks Metallo Gallery shows what it might look like if visual arts could be shown in a minor key.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 Charlotte Jusinski, Alex De Vore

I Kept Stroking the Cat

Santa Fe Playhouse brings color to our cheeks

Acting Out “The poor thing is languishing without a human touch,” the doctor’s wife says of the piano in her parlor. “It’s like a piece of dead wood without being played.”

Friday, May 5, 2017 Charlotte Jusinski

Accessible Interpretations

Acting Out Pandemonium Productions is aptly named. At rehearsal, barefoot, blue-haired, fedora-wearing, chatty, stompy, hyper kids are everywhere.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 Charlotte Jusinski
 
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