Coming this Halloween, Ironweed Productions in association with El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe celebrates its 12th year in Santa Fe with The Crucible by Arthur Miller, a play that remains poignantly relevant in its depiction of the human condition which burns "fires within fires."
Ironweed is very enthusiastic about its return to the creative and community-driven El Museo at the Railyard.
Last fall Ironweed Productions launched Creating a Scene (in a Restaurant), a unique site-specific theater experience featuring scenes and monologues from local writers. This exciting event premiered at Second Street Brewery at the Railyard.
Inspired by Ironweed’s 2007 staged reading of David Mamet’s “American Buffalo” at the Tin Star Saloon, Ironweed requested submissions from local writers of scenes and monologues that take place in a bar or restaurant. After receiving over 60 submissions, a 75-minute evening of scenes and monologues was crafted, featuring pieces written by Jonathan Dixon, Gary Dontzig, Ned Dougherty, Natalie Fox, Bruce King, Kita Mehaffy, Kat Sawyer, Thomas Woodward and Alaina Warren Zachary.