Remember what it is like to fall madly in love? That is the question answered by Tony Award winning writer and composer Jason Robert Brown. And he should know since the show is loosely based on his own relationship. But instead of telling the story in a traditional format, Brown has created a series of contemporary and traditional Broadway songs in an intimately romantic and singularly moving score with Jamie's story moving forward while Cathy's story moves backwards. They only "meet" in the middle when they get married. And yet the songs capture the full emotional, heart-stirring story of their last five years. A winner of two Drama Desk Awards and chosen by TIME Magazine's Theater Top 10 of 2001, THE LAST FIVE YEARS has been translated into numerous languages with audiences around the world thrilling to Cathy and Jamie's story, making THE LAST FIVE YEARS Brown's most successful musical.
Adding to this unique theatrical experience is the Dinner/Show package the Aux Dog Theatre has arranged with P'tit Louis Bistro on Silver in Nob Hill. On Friday and Saturday night, starting May 19th and running until June 11th, a special three course fixed price dinner menu has been created by Chef Gallegos, including a first course appetizer, a main course of Boeuf Bourguignon, Poulet Milanais or Le Ragout De Champignon (a mushroom ragout) and a dessert course of Molten Lava Chocolate Cake. Yummy! The cost is $20 per person and reservations should be made directly at 505-314-1110. Since our curtain is at 8pm, your reservation should not be later than 6:30pm. In order to take advantage of this special package, bring your ticket to show your waiter.
This is the perfect romantic evening for anyone wishing to enjoy elegant dining in Nob Hill and one of the first great musicals of the 21st century. An experience not to be missed!
The Little Sisters of Hoboken want to thank you for supporting their benefit, “Nunsense,” to bury the 52 sisters who passed away due to Sister Julia’s cooking. And so, they are inviting you to the Mount Saint Helen’s School auditorium (that’s the Aux Dog Theatre Nob Hill) for NUNSENSE 2: The Second Coming. And what a thank you party this will be. Filled with award winning writer/composer Dan Goggin’s madcap humor and hummable songs, the Little Sisters have cooked up…oops! Given Sister Julia’s culinary skills, let’s change that to the Little Sisters are pulling out all the stops (and some wine corks, too). Be prepared for roller-skating, a Bingo game, country music, circus acts, rock and roll, a nun in jail, nun-napping, theft, and impersonation, all leading to an hilarious conclusion.
The fun starts on Saturday, July 1st, and runs to Sunday, August 6th. If you didn’t see “Nunsense,” then come and meet the wild, eccentric and very lovable Little Sisters of Hoboken.
Introducing Shakespeare 505, Aux Dog's new Shakespeare production company! Much Ado About Nothing coming in April.
In partnership with Nob Hill Main Street, we will be presenting free scenes from Much Ado in Triangle Park at the intersection of Girard & Monte Vista & Central just 1 block west from the theatre.
OY! opens on Saturday, Feb 18th at 8 pm and runs Sats and Sundays through March 5th. Sunday matinees at 2:00 pm.
Friday February 17th is a "pay what you want preview" and 50% of all ticket sales will go to the actors. In person box office only for this preview.
The Seven Ages of Manya
January 5th and 6th
Ninette Mordaunt's play follows the life of Manya Sklodowska who would become known as Madame Curie, becoming the first woman to win two Nobel Prizes for Physics and the first female professor at the Sorbonne in Paris.
Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. All tickets are $15
In TALES, a New Mexico premier, Lena Armstrong tells the extraordinary story of her journey through 40 years of hoarded stuff. Ghosts and stories emerge from the clutter and she gains a new perspective on her life so that she can make her way from hoarding to minimizing and finally healing.
Michelle Estrada Allred’s SECRETOS is a new, original work, premiering at this year’s festival. One woman shares her “bathroom secrets” and invites us into the private moments from childhood to the present day that have shaped her life. These bathroom stories are universal as they speak to anyone who has ever stared at themselves in the mirror and questioned their beauty or cried in solitude. The bathroom can be a place of sanctuary--a place to hide or to dream.
Debrianna Mansini’s play is a culinary journey of her childhood, her relationships with men, and in particular, her complicated relationship with her mother. As she moves masterfully through each Italian recipe, the stories associated with the ingredients reveal the complex ways that families cope, laugh, grieve, and show their love through food. Performances are at 8 pm on Friday and Saturday and at 2 pm on Sunday. Tickets are $15. And a special menu has been arranged at Elaine's.
Elvis and Eleanor
The story of a solo performance gone awry
by Mark Dunn
Starring Angela Littleton
Directed by Kristine Holtvedt
Friday/Sat 8pm *Sun 2pm
Written by Santa Fe playwright Mark Dunn, ELVIS stars Angela Littleton as Trudy Truman who finds herself in front of an audience on short notice where her solo performance goes hilariously awry. She ends up revealing more about herself and her triumph over an abusive husband than she even intended
Cidny Bullens’ SOMEWHERE is an autobiographical play about the Grammy nominated musician Cindy Bullens and her transformational journey to her true self, Cidny Bullens, the person he always felt he was. We learn throughout the story about Cindy’s private struggle with gender identity and how, finally, she decides to jump headlong into the fire of gender transition—to become Cidny. The show is a multimedia theatrical production with live performances by Cidny of songs past and present.