It Wasn't the Macbeth Curse...
Algernon D'Ammassa, Deming Headlight Photo by Teresa Ortiz DEMING - Anyone who has spent time with theatre folk knows that you do not say "Macbeth" in a theatre. Antiquated superstition holds that if one utters the name of Shakespeare's Scottish king, disaster will befall whatever show is in production there. Theatrical superstitions are a communal bond for actors and spectators, a vestige of the theatre's link to ritual and magic. The mind is a peculiar and mysterious force,
Albuquerque tickets available online
On July 8 and 9, we will perform Killing Buddha at The Cell Theatre in downtown Albuquerque. The theatre's website is ready to sell you tickets online. Click here.
Theatre Dojo performs at Pit Park
Jesse Moya, Deming Headlight Photo by Matt Robinson DEMING — Voiers Pit Park Theatre will host an upcoming play featuring southern New Mexico actors and musicians, Algernon D’Ammassa and Randy Granger. The duo, who make up Theatre Dojo, will be performing their new play "Killing Buddha" at 2 p.m. Saturday. April 16. D’Ammassa and Granger are a two-man show with Granger providing the musical score and D’Ammassa acting the characters and scenes. Currently the team works with tw
The Music of Theatre Dojo
We just released a seven-minute featurette on YouTube, featuring our resident musician-storyteller, Randy Granger. Please enjoy it.