The time has come for Santa Fe's 63rd Annual Traditional Spanish Market (July 26-27). The festival attracts more than 70,000 visitors every year and features work from more than 200 Traditional Spanish Market Artists, food, music, dance, literature and more.
The 'Good' Life
Ironweed Productions teams with the Santa Fe Playhouse to present David Lindsay-Abaire's riveting new drama "Good People", directed by Wendy Chapin, July 24-27. The production promises a provocative and powerful evening of theater that asks "who really are 'good people'"?
The 2014 Santa Fe Bandstand returns to the historic Plaza with free, live evening performances running through August 28. This week's performances:
El Rancho de Las Golondrinas presents Territorial Law and Order, an event that celebrates the Frontier lifestyle of the Wild West. The festivites take place August 1 and 2, and include a Peruvian horse show, both days.
Designed to explore the night time economy in Santa Fe, the Night Wave project features a wide array of performances and events at six different downtown venues, July 31-Aug. 2. Nighttime activities begin at 8 p.m. and continue through 2 a.m., offering late night food options and transportation services.
Upcoming performances at the Santa Fe Opera include Beethoven’s only opera, "Fidelio" (July 25, 31), the enthralling historical opera "Dr. Sun Yat-sen" (July 26, 30), Bizet's archetypal love story, "Carmen" (July 28) and Donizetti's opera buffa, "Don Pasquale" (July 29).
The Santa Fe Shakespeare Society presents "As You Like It," a gender-bending, pastoral comedy filled with music, mischief and love, July 25-27 and August 1-3.