There is applause all around for the stewardship Patricia Dickinson Wells and her company bring to our dancing community.
Corny and adorable, funny as all get out and talented to the limit, these guys are smart and ambitious.
Denny Tedesco celebrates the legendary career of his father, guitarist Tommy Tedesco, and reveals the inner workings of studio recording sessions in the 1960s and early 1970s.
No amount of hopefulness can fix what’s ahead for these troubled siblings, especially in view of what they’ve endured in the past.
The Hit Men—five brilliant musicians and singers who, throughout the 1960s, 70s, 80s and 90s, toured and recorded with some of the biggest names in the music business—pack a lifetime of pleasure into a few hours of entertainment.
With two dozen tracks in two acts, this Celtic pageant runs the gamut of beloved Irish entertainment.
Sofía Rei’s Argentine nucleus has to be unlike that of most mere mortals; there is no other way to explain what happens when she sings.
Developed in the New Flamenco style, this performance is not the tired expression of a once-forbidden folk art.
Director Ryan Jason Cook expertly presents this intriguing period piece to open Albuquerque Little Theatre’s 85th season.
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