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Metropolitan Opera performances transmitted to FLC campus

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW Following a successful inaugural season, the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College will once again partner with The Metropolitan Opera to screen…

Call for auditions for ‘Cabaret’

By Elsa Jagniecki Special to The PREVIEW Durango Arts Center Theater will hold auditions for the Broadway musical hit “Cabaret” 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 21-22, in the…

‘Good People’ hits the mark

By R. Eli Townsend Special to The PREVIEW David Lindsay-Abaire created a magnificent play with his 2011 script “Good People.” Characters move in and out of the title status within…

The stars get brighter at PSCA

The stars get brighter at PSCA

By Laura Moore Special to The PREVIEW Thingamajig Theatre Company enters the home stretch of their critically acclaimed summer run at the Pagosa Center for the Arts with the closing…

Closing set for ‘Spamalot’ and ‘The Full Monty’

Closing set for ‘Spamalot’ and ‘The Full Monty’

By David M. Straight Special to The PREVIEW Are you looking for something to do the next couple of weeks? Well, if so, you’re in luck! Thingamajig Theater Company is…

Two great shows, one great time

By David M. Straight Special to The PREVIEW It’s a land of enchantment, wonder, knights, quests and silly fish slapping songs. Finland! Wait … no that’s wrong. England! That’s more…

Whatchamawhozits to present ‘The Aristocats’

Whatchamawhozits to present ‘The Aristocats’

By Ron Tal Special to The PREVIEW Everybody wants to be an Aristocat! Come take a trip with the Pagosa Springs Center For The Arts and the Whatchamawhozits Summer Children’s…

It’s only a flesh wound: The show must go on

It’s only a flesh wound: The show must go on

By David M. Straight Special to The PREVIEW If you’ve seen Thingamajig Theatre Company’s “Spamalot,” you know that it’s 120 minutes of laugh-out-loud performances. Knights in tights searching for the…

Curtains Up Pagosa! patrons assist local actor

Curtains Up Pagosa! patrons assist local actor

Special to The PREVIEW Curtains Up, Pagosa! recently closed the curtains on their production of “Pippin.” The musical featured the talents of some of CUP’s most talented and promising student…

The Gypsy Players return for fifth season

By Trace Gross Special to The PREVIEW Where can you find talking wolves, bumbling fairies, princesses seeking knights, and a band of pirates? In the shows performed by The Gypsy…