A Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed by Joe Alberti, re-imagined in a post-apocalyptic world, where the language and wit of Shakespeare's beloved comedy come to life in a new and exciting way in Rodey Theatre, November 7-16.
Shape Shift is an evening of dance showcasing original choreography by the finest graduate and undergraduate student choreographers of the UNM dance program in the Elizabeth Waters Center for Dance, October 24- November 2.
Radicles: Rediscovering humankind’s primary roots is an evening of site specific dance, choreographed by MFA in Dance candidate Lisa Nevada. Set in Albuquerque's beautiful South Valley, west of the newly established Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge, Radicles explores the significance of the human/nature interface.
The University of New Mexico Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to share the accomplishments of our talented students and faculty and our many innovative projects. We hope you get a sense of the excitement we feel as we study and create performances in a community that supports exploraion, risk-taking, and collaboration across disciplines. Enjoy your visit!