Santa Fe Playhouse 142 E De Vargas St, Santa Fe

Santa Fe Playhouse (SFP) proudly presents Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning “masterpiece about the decline of post-industrial America” (TimeOut London), SWEAT, directed by SFP artistic director Robyn Rikoon. SWEAT will run May 11 through June 10 on the mainstage (142 East De Vargas Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501), Thursdays and Fridays at 7:30 pm, and Saturdays at 2 pm and 7:30 pm (no 2 pm performance on May 13). Opening Night is Saturday, May 13 at 7:30 pm. Shifting between 2000 and 2008, workers at Olsteads’ Steel factory form long-lasting bonds over drinks, secrets, and laughs after grueling workdays on the factory floor until relationships are put to the test as layoffs and promotions take place. Using wit and grit as only Nottage can, SWEAT was written after conducting two years of interviews with residents of Reading, Pennsylvania - deep in the rust belt of America. This Pulitzer Prize-winning drama explores issues of class, race, immigration, and economic decline during eight years that changed middle America. With Juan-Andres Apodaca (SFP’s The Effect, Othello the Remix) as Oscar, Freddie Lee Bennett (Arena Stage’s City of Conversation) as Evan, Karen Gruber Ryan (SFP’s A Year With Frog and Toad) as Jessie, Scott Harrison […]

$15 – $75

Pride Movie and Crafts Matinee

Santa Fe Public Library, Community Room 145 Washington St Santa Fe, NM 87501 145 Washington Street, Santa Fe

Get ready for the Pride Parade while we watch a movie starring Natasha Lyonne, Clea Duvall, and RuPaul. Due to licensing restrictions, we can’t share the title publicly, but please check out all the details on our calendar. If you prefer fewer distractions, we'll be showing the same movie again minus the crafts on June 3, 2023. Movie Starts at 3:15pm Arrive early to get set up Bring your own supplies or use ours!

Indigenous PRIDE In The Park (IndigenousWays Festival)

Santa Fe Railyard Park 740 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe

We celebrate PRIDE month with award winning Hip-Hop Artist G Precious (Ohkay, Owingeh Pueblo) taking the main stage with her legendary, energizing dance-thumping act. Setting the stage for the "G Precious groove" will be crowd favorite, poet, singer-songwriter, hip-hop artist, and human ecologist Lyla June (Navajo and Cheyenne) . We’re also joined by the beautiful two-spirit singer, Joshua Dixon (Navajo). Special guests include interdisciplinary artist, Oriana Lee. As always, at our family-friendly events we’ll have food-trucks, artists booths, face-painting and Wise Fool puppets. Note: ASL interpreters on site.