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Outsized and filled with potential

The Taos theater community has the heart, the fire and the soul to make great live performances.What they need most is the place to make it happen, according to Chelsea Reidy the … more

Growing older with humor and grace

"Still in the Game" is a comedic play by Robert F. Benjamin about some of the joys and challenges of growing older. The play will be performed as a staged reading in Taos by the … more

The space between words

Over the past five years, the Taos Onstage community theater group has entertained Taos audiences with comedies, classic radio plays, holiday dinner theater extravaganzas and much … more

Play exposes family truths

'Parted Waters" is a play written by New Mexico playwright, retired physicist and science x, Robert F. Benjamin. The play centers around three generations of a crypto-Jewish family … more

Movie review: "Ready Player One"

Many of Steven Spielberg's movies are chapters in a long tome on lost innocence, broken families yearning to be repaired and nostalgia for a past when certain warm and fuzzy … more

Domestic disturbance

'George, who is out somewhere there in the dark. Who is good to me. Whom I revile. Who can keep learning the games we play as quickly as I can change them. Who can make me happy and I … more

Taos-inspired play opens

Taos Onstage brings the Joan Ackermann play, "Off the Map," back to its roots for a two-week run at the Hopi dining room in the Kachina Lodge. more

'Miracle on 34th Street' performance

Taos Onstage’s annual dinner theater is on its way to becoming a holiday tradition of its own. This year, the community theater troupe has chosen to adapt “Miracle on 34th Street” for its staged radio-play offering. more

A sparkle and ‘Aglow’

Flustered crowds, long lines and barbaric conditions at big box stores are maybe what one typically thinks when the words “Black Friday” come to mind. Fortunately, there is a sparkle of goodwill and hope at Twirl, a play and discovery place in Taos for children. more

Big plays lambast Tigers as number 2 Portales Rams wool the night

Too many Tiger turnovers and too many big plays yielded by Taos ultimately was the difference, as the Portales Rams eliminated Taos from the state playoffs with a 41-11 final. more
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