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Wells Fargo Auditorium

With its deep red interior, the 97-seat Wells Fargo Auditorium provides an intimate environment for films, lectures, poetry and readings, as well as for full-length dramatic productions that play to a smaller audience.

The Wells Fargo Auditorium is used for performances, script readings, and auditions by the Performing Arts Program. It also accommodates slide presentations, docent training, readings, lectures, and films by other NHCC programs.

As the original cornerstone of the REDCPA, it joins the other two theatres to complete the range of performance spaces offered to artists, scholars, and patrons.

Rental: $275 – $400

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April 2020

Kiss of the Spider Woman

April 16April 26
Wells Fargo Auditorium 1701 4th Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102 United States

Thursday-Sunday, April 16-19 & 23-26, 2020
7:30 pm—Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays
2 pm—on Sunday

Kiss of the Spider Woman by Manuel Puig in an English translation by Allan Baker, presented in partnership with The Vortex Theatre and  directed by Marty Epstein, is the story of a developing relationship between two men—a gay window dresser and a dedicated socialist revolutionary—who share a cell in an Argentinian prison during the rule of the military junta in the 1970s. What brings the two together are their shared humanity and the commonalities that they discover during their time in prison. Originally Puig’s best-known novel, Kiss of the Spider Woman was later adapted by the author for the stage, and was subsequently made into both a film and a musical. While focusing on the relationship between the two main characters, it provides insight into this chaotic chapter in Argentina’s history, as well as the nature of dictatorships.

$22 with a $2 discount for students, seniors and NHCC members; $10 Thursday performances


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