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Magic in Santa Fe

Magic returns to Santa Fe at the end of April at the Jean Cocteau Cinema, "Your Hometown Movie Theatre."  (Well, provided Santa Fe is your home town).

On April 25, we will be showing the hit magical heist film, NOW YOU SEE ME, for a week's engagement.

But a magical movie is just the beginning.  That weekend we will also be bringing in DAVID KWONG, the magician behind the film, to talk about the movie and its making, and perform  three live shows for us.  As Head Magical Consultant, David worked with the writers to design all the tricks for the film.  He's a double threat, however: puzzles as well as prestidigation are his province, and he also designs crossword puzzles for the NEW YORK TIMES.

David will be doing three shows for us: at 6:20 pm on Friday, April 25, and at 2:00 pm and 8:30 pm on Saturday, April 26.

Advance tickets are now on sale from the Cocteau website at http://www.jeancocteaucinema.com/

Come and join us, and prepare to be amazed.


Apr. 23rd, 2014 01:37 pm (UTC)
Going to New Mexico on a jet plane
Hi George, I'm coming to New Mexico on the weekend of May 10th from Connecticut specifically to see you at the Words with Writers event in Albuquerque. I plan on also going to Santa Fe to your theater and explore the area. Can you recommend the best place to eat Mexican food in Santa Fe and Albuquerque? I'm very keen to buy the green chilies to bring home to New England, can you provide some guidance? I love Hispanic food and I can tell you that Connecticut is like wilding territory when it comes to good Mexican food. Any other recommendations you could make on places I shouldn't miss would be much appreciated.

I'm super excited to see you and Diana.

PS- I am not a Boston fan for football or baseball. We all know the Patriots are big cheats, I've thought this since the "snow plow" field goal game incident against the Dolphins (my first love team, I grew up in Miami).
GO GIANTS! Go Dolphins!
Apr. 23rd, 2014 08:19 pm (UTC)
Re: Going to New Mexico on a jet plane
Santa Fe is full of great places to eat NEW Mexican food, which is a little bit different (and considerably hotter) than other Mexican food. My own favorite is Maria's, followed closely by the Shed, La Choza, and Tomasita's.

Albuqerque used to have a terrific place called Los Cuates, but they changed ownership and the food has gone to hell. They still have the best salsa in the world, but the rest is mediocre. I really don't know the best Mexican places in ABQ any more.


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