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There is a free theater performance happening in Taos at the Taos Center for the Arts theatre, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. "Three: A One Act Play" written and directed by George Schaub, opens Wednesday (Aug. 4) at 5 p.m. According to the TCA press release, Three is about "a dreamer in despair who is visited by two aspects who offer hints on how to dance in a solar system without the burden of always acting like its sun. Responding to the dreamer's resistance and denials, the visitors offer admonitions, inspirations and even reason, but when an arriving spirit poses a simple solution, will the dreamer take the chance?"
'I don't want to talk about my background or my family or anything else about myself, I want to talk about play." Gretchen Ewert said to me when I asked to come see her studio, a spitting distance from my home on Arroyo Hondo Mesa. I would have never known we were neighbors had it not been for sheer curiosity to see her studio.
I’m new here. Three years is nothing, as my next-door neighbor says; his family measures their time in Taos by centuries. I don’t want to talk here about what’s happening at Taos Center for the Arts (TCA); there is plenty going on (and you have the old marquee and our website for that).
Taos Onstage (TOS) has been entertaining audiences in Taos and beyond for close to a decade. The force of nature behind the roster of largely local actors, costume and stage designers, and those who volunteer is board president and founding member Charlotte Keefe. Keefe is a seasoned stage veteran who does what she does for the love of the craft.
Taos' beloved "Puppet lady," Cristina Masoliver, is back in town with her family of puppets. She will be at Taos Farmers' Market this Saturday (June 26), and the last Saturdays of July and August. She will also be at the Embudo Library in Dixon on Thursday, July 15, at 10:30 a.m., and at the Questa Farmers Market on Sunday, July 18, at 11:30 a.m.
If you haven't seen Masoliver's work, you are missing an extraordinary artistic and human experience. The puppets are hand-made down to the last stitch of clothing. The shows are remarkably low-tech, not blasted onto a big screen, but small-scale, intimate and authentic.
Taos musicians, poets and actors are now more than ever eager to share their craft with a live audience.
Taos actor, musician and poet Tenney Walsh is one of them and she is giving a free concert Thursday (June 10) at Lun+Ojo Gallery at 111 Paseo del Pueblo Norte from 4 to 6 p.m. Walsh has worked with many thespians in town, including writer, actor and director of Taos Children's Theater, Karen Thibodeau.
Musician, actor and educator Rosalie Ziccarello -- known to her students as "Ms. Roe" and to everyone else simply as Roe -- looks remarkably young to have lived as much life as she has. She and her husband, popular drummer Thomas, moved here from Atlanta, Georgia, 17 years ago. They celebrated 38 years of marriage this April.