Alix Hudson has been a dynamic force in the Santa Fe theatre scene for the last 8 years as a playwright, director, actor, and technician. Although most of her work has benefitted Teatro Paraguas where she is a Board member, Alix has worked with many Santa Fe companies, including NM Actors Lab, Ironweed Productions, and &Sons Theatre.

Alix will soon be moving to Grand Rapids, Michigan, with her partner Sharla Stearn. To honor her huge contribution to Teatro Paraguas and Santa Fe theatre, videos of her critically-acclaimed plays produced at Teatro Paraguas — Our Lady of Mariposas, Revolution, Atravesada, and Hummingbird -- will be screened in a mini-festival July 23-25.

Tickets are free, and donations are gratefully accepted. Reservations for the four screenings may be made by calling 505-424-1601. Seating is limited. More information is available at

Our Lady Of Mariposas Friday, July 23 at 7:00 p.m.

Revolution Saturday, July 24 at 4:00 p.m.

Atravesada: Poetry of the Border, Sunday, July 25 at 4:00 p.m.

Hummingbird, Sunday, July 25 at 7:00 p.m.

clockwise from top left:

Christine Armenion, Iza Konings, and Devin Zamora in Hummingbird

Roxanne Tapia in Revolution

Roxanne Tapia and Jonathan Harrell in Atravesada: Poetry of the Border

Maya Sanchez and Jason Jaramillo in Our Lady of Mariposas

WHAT: Naranja y Limón - a Flamenco Tribute

WHEN: available June 12, 2021


Tickets: $5 viewing fee

Companía Chuscales y Mina Fajardo, Santa Fe’s premiere flamenco dance troupe, joins with Teatro Paraguas to present a video performance of Naranja y limón, a tribute in dance, poetry, and music to the great Spanish poet Miguel Hernandez (1910-1942).

Naranja y limón is the creation of Mina Fajardo, a singer-songwriter, master dancer, choreographer, teacher and director originally from Japan. Chuscales, a composer and virtuoso guitarist and a native of Antequera, Spain, grew up in a traditional gypsy family well known for its professional musicians and dancers. His grandmother was among those who lived in the caves of Sacromonte, one of the legendary cradles of flamenco. Together, Mina and Chuscales have performed for decades internationally, and have inspired and taught hundreds of flamenco students.

Joining Mina and Chuscales are dancers Sveta Backhaus, Monze Diaz, Micah Birdshire, and Daniel Mouw. Oscar Gamboa accompanies on the cajon, and Argos MacCallum reads selections of the poetry of Miguel Hernandez. The video was recorded on May 9 and 15, 2021 at Teatro Paraguas.

The International Centre for Women Playwrights 50/50 Applause Award
for playwright gender equity 2015-2020

Teatro Paraguas thanks the following for their fabulous support!

The Santa Fe Community Foundation
New Mexico Arts, a division of the the Department of Cultural Affairs
The National Endowment for the Arts
The Santa Fe Arts Commission
The Witter Bynner Foundation for Poetry

And our fabulous individual Donors and Supporters!