“Quarantine” with Ecotone Physical Theatre

Thur & Fri, Sep 25-26, 7:30pm at Q-Staff Theatre, 4819 Central Ave SE, Alb.  $10/$5. Reservations: 255-2182.

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Numerous Ongoing Classes at Wise Fool

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Enchanted Rose Theatre presents Deathtrap, by Ira Levin Sept 12-28

This is the inaugural production for Enchanted Rose.
Call Auxiliary Dog at 254-7716. For more info about Enchanted Rose Theatre call Vernon Poitras at 615-4214.

Call for Poets, New Mexico Poetry Tangents

The city of Albuquerque is starting a Slam Poet Laureate program. Who: Any poet, with or without slam experience, working in any style. Please visit www.nmpoetrytangents.org for more info.

Call for Performers for Scrooge, the Musical

Auditions: Sept 26 (dance) and Sat, Sept 27 (vocal). All “speaking” roles are singing.
Performances: Dec 12-18 at the African American Performing Arts Center at EXPO New Mexico. More Info and Audition Appointment: Call 265-9119 or go to www.musicaltheatresw.com

Auditions for Miracle on 34th Street

Sept 26, 4-7 p.m., Sept 27, 12-6 p.m. and Sept 28, 11-1.
Performances Nov 28-Dec 21
More Info and Appointment: Call 242-1435 for audition time. Call director Tom Epley at 265-9651 for more info

New Mexico Film Museum looking for original student film and photography

New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs is looking for New Mexico students in grades 7-12 for exhibits titled, “History Through the Eyes of Young New Mexicans.”
Submission Window: Sept 1-Nov 30 Please contact Pamela Pierce at 505-820-0552 or go to www.nmfilmmuseum.org/heroes for more information

Vortex Theater Presents The Complete History of America (abridged)

Please call 247-8600 or visit www.thevortextheater.org for reservations or more information

The Filling Station Presents The Weir, Sept 19-Oct 12,

by Irish playwright, Conor McPherson
Presented by Mother Road Theatre Company
Please call 243-0596 or visit www.motherroad.org for reservations or more information

Globalquerque Sept 19-20 National Hispanic Cultural Center

World music artists from five continents on three stages over two nights, plus international dance and music workshops, instrument building, food, crafts and lectures.  For more information contact (505) 232-9868 or www.globalquerque.com