Musical Theatre Southwest
Premier Community Musical Theatre of New Mexico
Tickets are NOW ON SALE!
Tuck Everlasting December 17th- January 9th
Our current Health and Safety policy requires masks to be worn inside the building with proof of Covid-19 Vaccine or a negative test result within 72 hours of the performance are required for entrance. Our volunteer cast members will be performing in masks in accordance with the state mandate.
This Giving Tuesday give some Magic!
This Magical Everlasting Auction is a great way to give to MTS, receive great local items or gift! We have Season Passes, tickets to Tuck Everlasting and the NM Ballet’s Nutcracker, classic costume pieces, music and script collections plus so much more. This auction ends on Tuesday, November 30th at midnight so get those bids in before it’s too late! Click the button OR if you’d simply like to donate, you can do so here: https://donorbox.org/mts-donations
This October on Patreon…
Are you ready for costume season? These gals will have you inspired with their Zombie and Toy Story 4 costume and makeup looks. Last year, they taught these live and now we have the classes exclusively for our subscribers. This is a class you do not want to miss again. We also have our Radio Theatre Classics available and more of Khristah’s Makeup Looks through the Decades. Head to https://www.patreon.com/MTSABQ
We are looking for YOU! Did you know we have 11 committees that help support the entire organization? We need volunteers with all skills in order to continue providing for the community. Check out the Committees under the About Us section to see how to apply or click here:
Thank you ABQ!
We would not be able to keep our doors open without you. You can always use your help whether it is a small donation, participating in any of our upcoming virtual events, or volunteering on committees.
We would like to thank the City of Albuquerque’s Urban Enhancement Trust Fund, New Mexico Cares, and the New Mexico Arts foundations for their support through grants for their funding to help plan and produce Spamalot and An Enchanted Cabaret.
We are grateful for our funding towards Tuck Everlasting. This project is supported in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and by the National Endowment for the Arts.