Theater

Stories from folks of the thespian persuasion. After all, players will play. We promise, nothing here is overtly histrionic.

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Artists on Lockdown: Call for Interviews

Many of us are stuck in isolation, unable to share or promote our work in the ways originally planned like tours, festivals, conferences, etc., so I was thinking it might be of help to offer a way to spread the word digitally about what’s happening with your work.

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Clean Water is Our Right: Dancing for Water in New Mexico

Keshet

Guest Blogger Lara Segura of Keshet shares: “I find that dance, as a nonverbal art form, can make subjects that may be difficult to discuss less abrasive and more accessible. My aim with National Water Dance is to invite the community to share their thoughts, words, and movements about the universal right to clean water.”

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Pyragraph LIVE: John Fugelsang

John Fugelsang is in Albuquerque to perform “Unpresidented: The true story of a comedian trying to raise a toddler while his country was electing one” and we were lucky enough to get him into the Pyragraph LIVE studio (a.k.a. my office) to talk about comedy, politics, religion, and how he’s pulled all those elements and more into his unique creative career. 

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Curtain Calls in Budapest

Paul Ford

At show’s end, the audience begins applause as they would in any western theatre production. The actors appear and bow and retreat. The audience then falls into a rhythmic clapping that accelerates as the company, looking rather sullen, returns again for individual and company bows.

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The First Time I Got Heckled

Marty Adamsmith

I’m not sure exactly how to put into words what I learned by being heckled for the first time. It was great that what could’ve been a negative experience turned out to make me feel so fucking nice.

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