KWAK KWAK is a buffoon fairy tale.
Chapter One of the King Without a Kingdom (fondly dubbed KWAK) told of the King finding his kingdom against all odds. In the second chapter, KWAK KWAK, a spunky girl journeys to a cave where an old warrior is rumored to live. Only he can challenge the King, who has been covering the kingdom in Veils that poison the land and muddle the people’s brains. All the animals, sprites, and ancient knights and knightesses meet at the castle for a showdown.
Access to the link can be obtained at the Theater Grottesco website. Each Spring Film Festival video will be posted at 12:00 pm MST on the first day of its weekend run and will be available at any time during their set dates. There is no charge but donations are appreciated. Theater Grottesco is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and all donations are tax-deductible.
Step into the history of New Mexico at El Rancho de las Golondrinas and learn about our people, culture and unique landscape. Celebrate the planting season by taking part in a traditional procession of San Isidro and blessing of the ranch. Witness traditional dance and music performances and traditional ranch activities like sheep shearing, wool dyeing, spinning and weaving. Learn how to bake bread in an horno and shop at our fiber arts marketplace!
The Spanish Colonial Arts Society (SCAS) is proceeding with plans for the annual Traditional Spanish Market. It will be celebrated this year on July 24 and 25 on the historic plaza and surrounding downtown streets. The Market and special events surrounding the Market, including the Preview Event, are still in the planning stages. Planning is also underway for a series of “pop-up” art celebrations, including Traditional Spanish Market events to be held during Harvest Festival at El Rancho de las … Read More
The Santa Fe Opera and New Mexico PBS (NMPBS) present an original iCOLORES! broadcast series on the making of John Corigliano and Mark Adamo’s new opera The Lord of Cries. From Page to Stage offers an inside, multi-part view on the creative forces behind the Santa Fe Opera’s 17th world premiere, scheduled to open on July 17 as part of the 64th Festival Season. All episodes will be broadcast locally on NMPBS channel 5.1, and will stream online at nmpbs.org and … Read More