The Duke City is ready to offer fun and excitement for you and the family. Whether it’s some new theatrical plays or East Mountain celebrations it’s all here. First off, Marisa Leger with the city of Albuquerque says a display of different seeds for the survival of living things is happening at the Albuquerque Museum.
She calls the exhibit “A celebration of seeds” and explores the perils of climate change. The exhibit will be included with regular museum admission. It’ll also be a visual and informative event for the entire family.
Terry Davis, Marketing Manager of Popejoy Hall recommends “Karen” at Tricklock Theatre. Performances are Friday, September 20 and Sunday, September 22 at Tricklock Performance Laboratory which is located at 110 Gold SW. Tickets at holdmyticket.com.
Karen is a comedy by Gregory Moss, who heads the University of New Mexico’s MFA Playwriting program. The title character is on the cusp of her midlife crisis. Her mother is dying and she’s faced with her own limitations, what she hasn’t gotten to do, and the reality that she no longer feels young. The performance runs about 85 minutes.
Finally, there are the East Mountains Celebrations Sunday noon to five at the community Los Vocinos Community Center. There will be plenty of food, fun, music, arts and crafts and zip-live. the entire event is free.