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Performing Arts

Covering Durango’s theater, dance, and performing arts scene.

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A mime speaks: ‘I’m only allowed to not talk ... Everything else is free game.’

If you’ve ever seen a mime walking around Durango, there’s a good chance...

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Despite my fear of clowns, I had the mime of my life

“Do you have five minutes?” my boss’ boss asked me late in the workday...

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‘Personal Rituals’ at Durango Dance

Even though we’re told the world is getting smaller and smaller thanks to technology,...

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Eyes, ears and hearts: What I learned about storytelling

As humans, we’ve been telling stories for millions of years, cavemen coming back from a...

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The power of vulnerability in storytelling

Today’s culture revolves around highlight reels. We showcase only our proudest...

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How do I get to do this? The answer is clearly, ‘Durango’

Before this magazine existed, before my shortish tenure as the Arts & Entertainment editor...

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One man’s take on hip hop in Durango

“Everybody sound the same, commercialize the game // Reminiscing when it wasn’t...

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Another take on the hip hop scene

The co-founders of Durango Hip Hop are Anthony Nocella, a professor at FLC, and Josh Jones,...