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The Last Five Years at The Range


2/7/2020 - 2/16/2020


The Range

Las Cruces,NM 88011

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This modern musical ingeniously chronicles the five-year life of a marriage, from meeting to break-up and from break-up to meeting.

News About The Last Five Years at The Range

Caramoor Announces 2022 Summer Season
March 01, 2022

Building on its long history of presenting adventurous music from across the genre spectrum, Caramoor’s 2022 summer season celebrates music’s power to unite people, heal divisions, and inspire discovery.

Student Blog: Broadway Characters as Songs From Red (Taylor's Version)
November 17, 2021

Taylor Swift just dropped her second re-recorded album, Red (Taylor's Version), and I am more obsessed with it now than I was when it originally came out in 2012. So, in honor of this momentous album and all of the wonderful songs on it, I've decided to assign a broadway character or relationship to each of the 30 songs on the album, excluding acoustic versions and songs that are on the album twice. Also, I will be skipping 'Ronan' because that song makes me very sad and cry a lot and I cannot emotionally handle analyzing it.

BWW Interview: Kate Rockwell of BROADWAY BOOKER AT BIRDLAND at Birdland October 18th at 7 pm
October 17, 2021

A new company connects Broadway actors with the public who wants to hire them for their private events and some of the talents from BROADWAY BOOKER are gathering at Birdland to celebrate the return of live entertainment.

Composer Hans Thomalla And Poet Joshua Clover to Release DARK SPRING
September 23, 2021

On Friday, October 15, 2021, German-American composer Hans Thomalla and poet Joshua Clover will release a recording of their 90-minute song-opera Dark Spring on OehmsClassics. Dark Spring saw its live, in-person world premiere at the Mannheim Opera in fall 2020 in an unprecedented pandemic collaboration.

CA Symphony's 21-22 Season Highlights Living Composers, Women, Composers Of Color
August 05, 2021

Following a strong virtual season that attracted new audiences from across the state and around the world, California Symphony, under the leadership of Music Director Donato Cabrera, returns to live concerts at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek for its 2021-22 season. California Symphony's new season furthers its promise to present innovative programming, exciting guest artists, and music by living composers, women, and composers of color.

Range Media Partners Announce Hiring of Music Executives Cameron Lutz, Leah Bublis & Tania Cruz
May 06, 2021

Cameron Lutz joins Range Media Partners Music division as the SVP of Strategic Marketing and Content Innovation after spending the last 5 years as a strategic partner and manager at Facebook and Instagram.

Sheikh Zayed Book Award Announces 2021 Winners
April 23, 2021

Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces, the Sheikh Zayed Book has revealed the winners of its 15th edition across eight key categories.

BWW Interview: Emily Fons of San Diego Opera's THE BARBER OF SEVILLE at Pechanga Arena
March 31, 2021

As I write this, mezzo soprano Emily Fons is driving from her home in Milwaukee to San Diego to rehearse the role of Rosina, the wife of roving-eyed count Almaviva in The Barber of Seville by Rossini. Three years ago Fons sang Cherubino here in the related comic opera The Marriage of Figaro by Mozart. The switch to the count's wife from Mozart's Cherubino, a 15-year-old boy and randy rival of the philandering count, is an indication of the mezzo's acting and vocal versatility. I discovered when we met via Zoom (what else?) that her adventurous openness to new roles is typical of the mezzo's approach to life.

Palm Beach Dramaworks and Actors' Playhouse Present THE BELLE OF AMHERST
February 18, 2021

Palm Beach Dramaworks Producing Artistic Director William Hayes and Actors’ Playhouse Artistic Director David Arisco are pleased to announce that their companies are joining forces on a virtual coproduction of The Belle of Amherst, William Luce’s one-woman play based on the life of Emily Dickinson.

Neal Street Productions Announces Recipients Of New Screenwriters Bursary
February 15, 2021

Neal Street Productions today reveals the five recipients of its previously announced screenwriters bursary scheme aimed at supporting and training emerging Black, Asian and ethnic minority screenwriters.

Hangar Theatre Promotes Shirley Serotsky to Artistic Director
February 03, 2021

The Hangar Theatre has announced that Shirley Serotsky has been named Artistic Director. Serotsky served as the Hangar Theatre Associate Artistic Director and Education Director from September 2019 to October 2020, and as Interim Artistic Director from October 2020 to the present.

Emanuel Ax, Richard Goode, Daniil Trifonov and More Announced for 92Y's Winter/Spring Season
January 14, 2021

92Y has announced a formidable lineup for its winter/spring season of streaming concerts, February 1 – May 26. From Ax to Vieaux, this season's performers embody the excellence in performance and presentation that audiences have come to expect from 92Y's online recitals.

BWW Exclusive Interview: Tom Lamarr author of THE TERMINATION CLAUSE
December 11, 2020

Author #TomLamarr, the mind behind 'Zero Gravity' debuts his darkest comedy yet in 'The Termination Clause' from @owlcanyonpress.

The Marsh Unveils Upcoming MARSHSTREAM Programs Added Through November 15
October 31, 2020

The Marsh continues to offer a wide variety of new programming at 7:30pm nightly on MarshStream, its popular broadcast platform. Offerings through November 15 include: an exclusive look into activist/urbanist Margie O'Driscoll's perspective on urban life in the era of COVID-19 and more.

BWW Interview: Tom Littler Talks 15 HEROINES at Jermyn Street Theatre
October 22, 2020

Next month Jermyn Street Theatre, the smallest producing house in the West End, celebrates 15 Heroines in a series of monologues written and performed by female and non-binary creatives. We asked the theatre's Artistic Director (and co-director of the plays) Tom Littler to tell us more.

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