Apr
29
2:00 pm14:00

The Wizard of Oz

This non-musical version has all the lovable Oz characters and scenes as L. Frank Baum created them: Dorothy, Toto, the land of the Munchkins; the Tin Woodman, the Scarecrow and the cowardly Lion; the Wicked Witch of the West and the beautiful Witch of the North; and, of course, the Wizard of Oz himself.

BOX OFFICE: 505-984-1370

ARMORY FOR THE ARTS THEATER, 1050 OLD PECOS TRAIL

ALL TICKETS $8.00

 

Apr
30
2:00 pm14:00

The Wizard of Oz

This non-musical version has all the lovable Oz characters and scenes as L. Frank Baum created them: Dorothy, Toto, the land of the Munchkins; the Tin Woodman, the Scarecrow and the cowardly Lion; the Wicked Witch of the West and the beautiful Witch of the North; and, of course, the Wizard of Oz himself.

BOX OFFICE: 505-984-1370

ARMORY FOR THE ARTS THEATER, 1050 OLD PECOS TRAIL

ALL TICKETS $8.00


Apr
23
2:00 pm14:00

The Wizard of Oz

This non-musical version has all the lovable Oz characters and scenes as L. Frank Baum created them: Dorothy, Toto, the land of the Munchkins; the Tin Woodman, the Scarecrow and the cowardly Lion; the Wicked Witch of the West and the beautiful Witch of the North; and, of course, the Wizard of Oz himself.

BOX OFFICE: 505-984-1370

ARMORY FOR THE ARTS THEATER, 1050 OLD PECOS TRAIL

ALL TICKETS $8.00

 

Apr
22
2:00 pm14:00

The Wizard of Oz

This non-musical version has all the lovable Oz characters and scenes as L. Frank Baum created them: Dorothy, Toto, the land of the Munchkins; the Tin Woodman, the Scarecrow and the cowardly Lion; the Wicked Witch of the West and the beautiful Witch of the North; and, of course, the Wizard of Oz himself.

BOX OFFICE: 505-984-1370

ARMORY FOR THE ARTS THEATER, 1050 OLD PECOS TRAIL

ALL TICKETS $8.00

 

Apr
21
7:00 pm19:00

The Wizard of Oz

This non-musical version has all the lovable Oz characters and scenes as L. Frank Baum created them: Dorothy, Toto, the land of the Munchkins; the Tin Woodman, the Scarecrow and the cowardly Lion; the Wicked Witch of the West and the beautiful Witch of the North; and, of course, the Wizard of Oz himself.

BOX OFFICE: 505-984-1370

ARMORY FOR THE ARTS THEATER, 1050 OLD PECOS TRAIL

ALL TICKETS $8.00

Mar
17
7:00 pm19:00

SFPA Fundraiser!

PRIVATE PARTY AT MEOW WOLF

What: SFPA Fundraiser at Meow Wolf!

Where: Meow Wolf, 1352 Rufina Circle

When: Friday, March 17th, 7-9:30pm

Tickets: $40 advance, $50 at the door. KIDS UNDER 18 FREE!

Purchase: https://meowwolf.com/event/sfpa-fundraiser/

 

*Silent Art Auction

*Drinks available from Duel Brewing

*Snacks from Baja Tacos

 

Live Entertainment by:

DJ Dæñgürrschñitzýlë

Tara Khozein

Cast members of SFPA’s youth production of The Wizard of Oz

Stephanie Hatfield

 

Mar
16
5:30 pm17:30

"Fables from the Forest"

Santa Fe School for the Arts & Sciences

in association with Santa Fe Performing Arts

presents:



"Fables from the Forest"


All tickets $5, free for children 5 and under

 

Armory for the Arts Theater  //  1050 Old Pecos Trail

Call 505-438-8585 for more information

Mar
12
2:00 pm14:00

12 SWITCHES

Santa Fe Performing Arts, Northern New Mexico College and the New Mexico History Museum presents: 

"12 Switches"

 

Performance information:

Nick Salazar Center of the Arts Theater at Northern New Mexico College in Espanola Saturday, March 11th 5pm-6pm

Encore Performance - New Mexico History Museum Auditorium, Santa Fe, Sunday March 12th 2-3pm   

Both events are FREE and open to the public. 

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Following the success of the New Mexico History Museum’s exhibit In Lowriders, Hoppers and Hot Rods: Car Culture of Northern New Mexico, we bring you a partnership program: 12 Switches. The stage performance by Northern New Mexico College theater students will take place at the Nick Salazar Theater in Espanola on Saturday March 11th (5pm-6pm) with an encore performance at the New Mexico History Museum on Sunday March 12th (2pm-3pm).

 

The collaborative project joins Northern New Mexico College, Santa Fe Performing Arts’ “Play it Forward” program and the New Mexico History Museum’s resources. The multi-organizational partnership resulted in a course for teens and college students focusing on material housed at the New Mexico History Museum on lowrider culture in northern New Mexico. Since September 2016, students have been preparing a full stage performance based on the lives and rides of lowriders in the community. Bringing local history to the next generation of performers, historians, and museum-goers, the program aimed to inspire students to take pride in their history, demonstrate for students potential career paths, and build their theatrical skills.

 

The result is a 45 minute stage performance with 12 scenes crafted by the students speaking to family heritage, car culture, and more.

 

"Espanola has been a center of Northern New Mexico's lowrider culture for so many years and it is exciting and empowering to work with local students to tell stories from their own lives and relationships.” Explains theater professor Jonah Winn-Linestsky. “Most of the students involved in the production have little experience with theatre, but they bring a great deal of enthusiasm to the project and have deep connections to lowriding and car culture. They are excited to be part of a history making project as this is the first production that we know of that specifically centers around lowriders."

 

“I have felt so honored to be welcomed and included in the creation and production process of "12 Switches" in collaboration with NNMC & NMHM,” says Megan Burns, Executive Director of Santa Fe Performing Arts. “As a local Santa Fean, low rider culture has always been a part of my life, and being given a window into the lives of the artists, builders and community of Espanola, the true birthplace of low riders, has been truly inspiring.”

 

“We all do better work when we seek collaborations that make sense across institutions. The exhibit was highly collaborative and we wanted to extend that approach to the public programs. This performance opportunity highlights the first time we’ve attempted something like this and it is an exciting way to fold the community into the work we do to promote a better understanding of our regional history.” Says Meredith Davidson from the New Mexico History Museum. Davidson recorded oral histories for the exhibit as part of the photo curator, Daniel Kosharek’s vision for the installation.

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The New Mexico History Museum, 113 Lincoln Avenue, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is part of a campus that includes the Palace of the Governors, a National Treasure and the oldest continuously occupied public building in the United States; the Fray Angélico Chávez History Library; the Palace of the Governors Photo Archives; the Press at the Palace of the Governors; and the Native American Artisans Program. A division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, its exhibitions and programs are supported by the Museum of New Mexico Foundation.

 

 

Mar
11
5:00 pm17:00

12 SWITCHES

Santa Fe Performing Arts, Northern New Mexico College and the New Mexico History Museum presents:

"12 Switches"

Performance information:

Nick Salazar Center of the Arts Theater at Northern New Mexico College in Espanola Saturday, March 11th 5pm-6pm

Encore Performance - New Mexico History Museum Auditorium, Santa Fe, Sunday March 12th 2-3pm   

Both events are FREE and open to the public. 

--- 

Following the success of the New Mexico History Museum’s exhibit In Lowriders, Hoppers and Hot Rods: Car Culture of Northern New Mexico, we bring you a partnership program: 12 Switches. The stage performance by Northern New Mexico College theater students will take place at the Nick Salazar Theater in Espanola on Saturday March 11th (5pm-6pm) with an encore performance at the New Mexico History Museum on Sunday March 12th (2pm-3pm).

 

The collaborative project joins Northern New Mexico College, Santa Fe Performing Arts’ “Play it Forward” program and the New Mexico History Museum’s resources. The multi-organizational partnership resulted in a course for teens and college students focusing on material housed at the New Mexico History Museum on lowrider culture in northern New Mexico. Since September 2016, students have been preparing a full stage performance based on the lives and rides of lowriders in the community. Bringing local history to the next generation of performers, historians, and museum-goers, the program aimed to inspire students to take pride in their history, demonstrate for students potential career paths, and build their theatrical skills.

 

The result is a 45 minute stage performance with 12 scenes crafted by the students speaking to family heritage, car culture, and more.

 

"Espanola has been a center of Northern New Mexico's lowrider culture for so many years and it is exciting and empowering to work with local students to tell stories from their own lives and relationships.” Explains theater professor Jonah Winn-Linestsky. “Most of the students involved in the production have little experience with theatre, but they bring a great deal of enthusiasm to the project and have deep connections to lowriding and car culture. They are excited to be part of a history making project as this is the first production that we know of that specifically centers around lowriders."

 

“I have felt so honored to be welcomed and included in the creation and production process of "12 Switches" in collaboration with NNMC & NMHM,” says Megan Burns, Executive Director of Santa Fe Performing Arts. “As a local Santa Fean, low rider culture has always been a part of my life, and being given a window into the lives of the artists, builders and community of Espanola, the true birthplace of low riders, has been truly inspiring.”

 

“We all do better work when we seek collaborations that make sense across institutions. The exhibit was highly collaborative and we wanted to extend that approach to the public programs. This performance opportunity highlights the first time we’ve attempted something like this and it is an exciting way to fold the community into the work we do to promote a better understanding of our regional history.” Says Meredith Davidson from the New Mexico History Museum. Davidson recorded oral histories for the exhibit as part of the photo curator, Daniel Kosharek’s vision for the installation.

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The New Mexico History Museum, 113 Lincoln Avenue, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is part of a campus that includes the Palace of the Governors, a National Treasure and the oldest continuously occupied public building in the United States; the Fray Angélico Chávez History Library; the Palace of the Governors Photo Archives; the Press at the Palace of the Governors; and the Native American Artisans Program. A division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, its exhibitions and programs are supported by the Museum of New Mexico Foundation.

 

 

Feb
25
6:00 pm18:00

"6 x Centaur" & "Badger Bedtime Stories"

Santa Fe School for the Arts & Sciences
in association with Santa Fe Performing Arts

presents:



"6 x Centaur" & "Badger Bedtime Stories"


A double feature highlighting scenes from classic children's stories.


All tickets $5, free for children 5 and under

 

Armory for the Arts Theater  //  1050 Old Pecos Trail

Call 505-438-8585 for more information

Feb
24
6:00 pm18:00

"6 x Centaur" & "Badger Bedtime Stories"

Santa Fe School for the Arts & Sciences
in association with Santa Fe Performing Arts

presents:



"6 x Centaur" & "Badger Bedtime Stories"


A double feature highlighting scenes from classic children's stories.


All tickets $5, free for children 5 and under

 

Armory for the Arts Theater  //  1050 Old Pecos Trail

Call 505-438-8585 for more information

Dec
4
2:00 pm14:00

A Staged Reading of : "12 SWITCHES", an original theatrical piece

New Mexico History Museum, Northern NM College & Santa Fe Performing Arts presents

A Staged Reading of:

"12 SWITCHES"

An original theatrical piece written by Northern NM College students about Northern New Mexico's Lowrider history, culture and the dedicated passion behind what drives these beautifully handcrafted cars.

 

Where: New Mexico History Museum, 113 Lincoln Ave

When: Sunday, December 4 at 2pm

*Tickets are FREE and are first come, first served. Limited seating available.

Nov
20
2:00 pm14:00

The Little Prince

A world-weary aviator's sputtering plane strands him in the Sahara, where a "little man" appears who teaches him to laugh and love again. 

Call our Box Office to make reservations today!

SFPA Box Office: 505-984-1370

Nov
19
2:00 pm14:00

The Little Prince

A world-weary aviator's sputtering plane strands him in the Sahara, where a "little man" appears who teaches him to laugh and love again. 

Call our Box Office to make reservations today!

SFPA Box Office: 505-984-1370

Nov
13
2:00 pm14:00

The Little Prince

A world-weary aviator's sputtering plane strands him in the Sahara, where a "little man" appears who teaches him to laugh and love again. 

Call our Box Office to make reservations today!

SFPA Box Office: 505-984-1370

Nov
12
2:00 pm14:00

The Little Prince

A world-weary aviator's sputtering plane strands him in the Sahara, where a "little man" appears who teaches him to laugh and love again. 

Call our Box Office to make reservations today!

SFPA Box Office: 505-984-1370

Nov
12
9:00 am09:00

Acting Shakespeare's Text

All Ages

$100 for November 5 & 12 Series

TO REGISTER:

Call our Administration Office: 505-982-7992 

Email: sfperformingarts@gmail.com

Nov
11
7:00 pm19:00

The Little Prince

A world-weary aviator's sputtering plane strands him in the Sahara, where a "little man" appears to teach him to laugh and love again. 

Call our Box Office to make reservations today!

SFPA Box Office: 505-984-1370