November Events At The Rio Grande Theatre

October 26, 2019 Carlos Arreola

Here is what is happening at the Rio Grande Theatre in November

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“Seeing Beyond: Illusional Stories”
By Jim Rodgers    Jim Rodgers’ interest in photography began at an early age. When he began photography in his hometown of Chicago, he used a simple Kodak camera. While attending high school in NYC, he used a Rolleicord Twin Lens Reflex camera and did his own darkroom work. Being surrounded by art and culture in New York City helped develop his artistic craft, and he was greatly inspired by the collections in the Museum of Modern Art. Jim has received many awards and his photos are a part of the permanent collection of Pace University in NYC.His work includes abstract and composite pieces on a range of subject matter. Throughout the years that he’s been living in Las Cruces, Jim has cultivated a deep love for the environment and community. This relationship is portrayed through his portraits of residents.

The exhibit will be on display throughout November, 2019Downtown Art Ramble Reception, Friday, November 1, 20195-8pmNo food or drink in the gallery

Mark Medoff’s: Time and Chance

Time and Chance is the final play produced by the late Tony Award
winning playwright Mark Medoff. It is the story of three women and a girl – a famous artist, an art curator, an anthropologist and an artistic prodigy – all find themselves unmoored from the lives they’ve been leading due to fractured relationships and circumstances
beyond their control. Time, chance and the universe conspire to bring them together to accept their destiny, redefine family and rediscover hope.
Nov. 7, 7pm; Nov. 8, 7pm; Nov. 9, 1pm & 7pmTickets: Adults, $25, students $15 (with ID)Doors open 1 hour prior to showClick Here to Purchase Tickets

Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue   Las Cruces Civic Concert Series
Dan Miller brings his western music stylings to you direct from the award-winning Buffalo Bill Center in Wyoming. The group has been features in USA Today, RFD-TV, The Travel Channel, ESPN and GAC. Their program ranges from Americana and western to bluegrass
and gospel. Tuesday, November 12, 2019Tickets: $25 Doors open at 6:30pm, concert at 7:30pmClick Here to Purchase Tickets
Hits Through History

The Centennial High School Choir preforms music from the Beatles,
The Beach Boys, The Carpenters, Carole King, The Andrew Sisters, Patsy Cline, Leonard Cohen, Elton John, Elvis, and more!Friday, November 15, 2019Tickets: $5-10Doors open at 6pm, concert at 7pmClick Here to Purchase Tickets

The Roadrunner Revue      Gracing the stage of our historic Rio Grande Theatre will be KTAL
DJs, friends of the station and local luminaries. Come out to support our volunteer-run public radio station celebrating two years on the air.
Performances from: Cooper CW Ayon, Chris Sanders, Doug Adamz Music, Gene Keller, Teresa Tudury, Cosmic Troubadours.Sunday, November 17, 2019Tickets: $25Doors open at 5pm, concert at 7pmClick Here to Purchase Tickets
NMSU Climate Change Series

Multi-species Justice in the Age of Biological Annihilation & Climate BreakdownArtist, public scholar, and conservationist,

Subhankar Banerjee
will speak about campaigns for multi-species justice and his most recent body of research which sits at the intersection of art, ecocultural activism and environmental humanities.
Wednesday November 20, 2019Admission is FREEDoors open at 6pm, lecture at 7pm

Finding Nemo

After his son is captured in the Great Barrier Reef and taken to
Sydney, Australia; a timid clownfish sets out on a journey to bring him home. Rated G.  Saturday, November 23, 2019Tickets: $1 (at the door only)Doors open at 11am, movie at noon

Am American in Paris

2019 Classic Film Series An American in Paris is a 1951 American musical film inspired by the 1928 orchestral composition An American in Paris by George Gershwin. Starring
Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron, Oscar Levant, Georges Guétary, and Nina Foch, the film is set in Paris, and was directed by Vincente Minnelli. The music is by George Gershwin, with lyrics by his brother Ira, with additional music by Saul Chaplin, the music director.Saturday, November 23, 2019Admission: $8Doors open at 6pm, movie at 7pmClick Here to Purchase Tickets

First Church of Christ: Innocence is Power

After college Brian Pennix went into US Army Intelligence where he
learned to speak Russian and served in Germany. Afterward, back home in California, he completed law school and practiced law there and in Massachusetts. While practicing law, he set aside separate office hours to pray for the community and also for those
who asked for prayerful help with specific problems. Eventually, Brian traded his law practice for the public practice of Christian Science healing because as he says, “My happiest vocation is being a Christian Science practitioner and teacher.”   Saturday, November 30, 2019Admission is FREEDoors open at 1pm, lecture at 2pm

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