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Santa Fe Theater Arts

Musicians and Actors throughout the world's stages, to our own homegrown talent, perform in Santa Fe. There is always something to see, hear, or dance to. Whatever your taste, Santa Fe can provide the entertainment. Summer provides the most choices and widest variety of productions. Will it be the Opera or jazz? The Symphony or Chamber Music? Shakespeare or Contemporary Theater? The Ballet or Flamenco? Don't miss out on a great performance during your visit to Santa Fe. We have your ticket!
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Armory for the Arts Santa Fe Performing Arts (SFPA), is devoted to educational and professional theater in New Mexico, utilizing performing arts as a powerful tool for educating the youth in our community, developing a professional Adult Resident Company dedicated to innovation and excellence, and providing the community with a performing arts center that is affordable and fosters professionalism.
1050 Old Pecos Trail - (505) 984-1370
Center for Contemporary Arts Warehouse Theater (CCA)
Over the years, in response to growing community audience, CCA has come to offer programming in all media, including installation, film, video, new music, literature and spoken word performance. The CCA is also able to complement its programming with lectures, symposia and educational workshops through its education department. Overall, CCA has become one of the few national models for successful, community-integrated artist-run and alternative art spaces.
1050 Old Pecos Trail - (505) 982-1338

Greer Garson Theater
Greer Garson's involvement with The College of Santa Fe was long and most generous, beginning with the establishment of an endowment for the theater student awards. Her ongoing guest artist program continues to bring distinguished visitors to teach and perform on our stage, including famous professionals from Broadway and London, and groups from Britain's National Theater and Royal Shakespeare Theater. This 500-seat theater is home to the college's Performing Arts Department which stages four major productions each year. The center also houses the 100-seat Weckesser Studio Theater, site of numerous musical concerts each semester as part of the college's Collaborations Music Series.
College of Santa Fe, 1600 St. Michaels Drive - (505) 473-6511

Lensic Performing Arts Center
In 1931 the Lensic Theater first opened its doors to the city of Santa Fe…On April 22, 2001 a remarkable transformation was unveiled! The Lensic Performing Arts Center - a world-class, state-of-the-art performance venue in the heart of Santa Fe, fully restored to its original glory and redesigned to house the best of theater, music, dance, poetry and film.
211 W. San Francisco Street - 505 || 988-1234
Personal Note:
When I was a little girl the Lensic was a movie theater. I loved going to the movies there. Even at a very young age I was in awe with the architectural detail and wondered what it would be like to sit in one of the box seats on either side of the stage. Just before the movie would begin the ceiling lights were turned off and small up-lights were turned on at the base of large pots in alcoves in the midnight blue walls. The ambiance made me feel as though I was in another world. The heavy red velvet curtains on the stage would open, one to the left, the other to the right, and the movie would begin. It was wonderful! My fathers mother and only sister lived on San Francisco Street, three blocks from the Lensic theater, for 50+ years. When we were young my cousins and I often spent the weekend with them. One particular winter weekend a cousin and I were visiting my Grandmother and Aunt when I came down with the flu. My aunt became very concerned with my loss of appetite and knowing that I loved the buttered popcorn from the Lensic Theater she decided to get some for me. Everyone was already in their pj's but that did not matter to my Aunt. She took my cousin, both still in their pj's, and sent her into the Lensic Theater to buy buttered popcorn! My cousin was twelve years old at the time, talk about embarrassing! This special personal note is in memoriam of my aunt, who loved all of her nieces and nephews dearly, and left us with many fun (sometimes embarrassing) memories.

James A. Little Theater (TheaterWorks)
THEATERWORK defines itself in terms of its commitment to the cultural aspects of community life. Theater should be a gathering place, a place of ideas, stories, reflection and dialogue...a place of culture. A lively theater sees its community as producers and creators of culture, not consumers. A lively theater addresses a community that is moving out with its sleeves rolled up, strength in its hands. It sees a community that is ingenious, funny, competent, resilient, lovely.
New Meico School for the Deaf, 1060 Cerrillos Road - (505) 827-6760

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
The Chamber Music Festival offers world class musicians in collaboration with one another playing both traditional chamber pieces as well as modern pieces, jazz, world music and more. Each season runs from early July through late August and features a variety of well known individual performers, groups and ensembles.
(505) 983-2075
Santa Fe Concert Band
This is the oldest musical group in Santa Fe, tracing its roots back 125 years. The name has changed several times since the beginning, but not the tradition: The band still performs free public concerts throughout the year. Its repertoire includes patriotic songs, marches, a variety of classical, popular and Broadway tunes adapted for concert band, as well as number of wonderful songs of Mexican, Spanish, and New Mexican origin which are virtually unknown in the other 49 states.
Santa Fe Desert Chorale
This fully professional 20 member chamber chorus has been noted for its variety in programming and virtuosity of performance. Critics and audience members alike have consistently praised the Chorale for presenting some of the world's most significant and engaging repertoire, from the ancient to the modern in performances of the highest artistry. Performing in some of Santa Fe's finest venues including the Lensic Center for the Performing Arts, Loretto Chapel, St. Francis Auditorium, St. Francis Cathedral, Santa Maria de la Paz, and the Eldorado Hotel Pavilion, the Chorale presents concerts during June, July, August, and December.
500 Montezuma Avenue, Suite 118-B - (505) 988-2282
Santa Fe Opera
The season runs from late June through the end of August every year. This world renowned venue is an amphitheater in the rolling hills just outside of Santa Fe with views of the surrounding Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountains. Not only is the setting spectacular but the performers, musicians, set design and productions are of the highest caliber.
(505) 986-5955 or (800) 280-4654
Santa Fe Pro Musica
This organization brings some of the finest musicians and performers in the U.S. and from around the world to perform chamber works in ensembles of various sizes from September through May. Guest performers often are featured.
(505) 988-4640
Recursos de Santa Fe
Recursos de Santa Fe is an educational, non-profit organization specializing in symposiums and conferences in the arts, sciences, humanities and letters, and tours which focus on Southwest culture, architecture and history.
826 Camino del Monte Rey, Suite A-6 - (505) 982-9301
Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra
The popularity and repertoire continue to grow for this wonderful community orchestra and chorus. The season is made up of subscription concerts, special event concerts and regularly scheduled performances plus concerts with other regional symphonies.
(505) 983-3530

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