Position: Special to the Herald

Email: judithlreynolds@yahoo.com

About: Judith Reynolds is an arts journalist and member of the American Theater Critics Association.

St. Mark’s Recital Series’ ‘The Birds and the B’s’ a musical aviary

If you’re following the rolling celebration of Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday year, consider attending the final recital in the St. Mark’s Recital Series. It will take place Friday at the...

DATE: May 1, 2018 | CATEGORY: Music

On Saturday morning, the Met will spin a satirical tale

At two hours and 47 minutes running time, the French Cinderella will not be late to the ball. By any measure, the Metropolitan Opera’s smart, tart production of “Cendrillon” is short. You can see...

DATE: April 26, 2018 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts

Fort Lewis College hosts provocative senior art show

When George Bangs superimposed a flat, black-and-white rectangle in the middle of his large still life painting, “Creature No Comfort,” it was an act of subversion. He undercut a long tradition of...

DATE: April 10, 2018 | CATEGORY: Visual Arts

Fort Lewis College’s ‘The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui’ a dark, cunning satire

“Ladies and gents, we bring you tonight – The great historical gangster show!” Delivered vaudevillian style by a darkly cheerful Announcer (the wonderful Hallie Denman), those are the opening lines...

DATE: April 4, 2018 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts

San Juan Symphony to celebrate Leonard Bernstein Centennial

The final San Juan Symphony concert of the year will open with Leonard Bernstein’s jaunty “Overture to Candide.” It’s a perfect way to mark the 100th anniversary of the great musician’s birth, his...

DATE: March 29, 2018 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts

Fort Lewis College stages timely Brecht play

“The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui” is a darkly comic allegory about Hitler and the Nazi takeover of Germany in the 1930s. But in the Fort Lewis College production opening March 29, you won’t see...

DATE: March 29, 2018 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts

Sexual politics spark Coney Island in new production of Mozart opera

The Metropolitan Opera’s ambitious new production of “Così fan tutte” transports Mozart’s 18th century parlor intrigue to a neon-lit amusement park circa 1950. That’s time traveling on a spool of...

DATE: March 28, 2018 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts

DAC photography show steeped in memory

Karen Peterson’s photo montage “Running Through Dream” is drenched in memory. And yet, it is a fresh and quiet. Peterson has portrayed a black dog running through a sunlit forest. To achieve the...

DATE: March 22, 2018 | CATEGORY: Visual Arts

Durango’s March musical madness: Concerts, recitals, an opera

Beginning tonight, music lovers have a chance to hear in one week’s time great choral works, a rarely performed Rossini opera and a full week of recitals dedicated to the music of J.S. Bach. If you...

DATE: March 8, 2018 | CATEGORY: Music

Durango High School actors explore American hysteria

Young Mary Warren trembles with fear when she must choose between lying or telling the truth. As portrayed by an electrifying Isabelle Herringer in the Durango High School production of “The...

DATE: March 1, 2018 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts

New Mexico harpist to play rare solo show in Durango

In a rare opportunity to hear a solo harp concert, the Unitarian Universalist Recital Series will present Anne Eisfeller at 7 p.m. Friday. “I have loved the harp since childhood,” said Marilyn...

DATE: Feb. 28, 2018 | CATEGORY: Music

Durango Arts Center to stage edgy ’90s comedy

“I don’t understand why any woman would love to wear the same dress to anything.” Kristin Skye Hoffmann, the new artistic director at the Durango Arts Center Theatre, bluntly admits that her first...

DATE: Feb. 24, 2018 | CATEGORY: Performing Arts