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ON STAGE • CAROL BUSCHICK

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Pride, music at show ‘I Write the Songs’

inging Out Las Cruces spring concert, “I Write the Songs,” will be June 2 - 3, at Peace Lutheran Church 1701 E. Missouri Ave. in Las Cruces. Songs composed and sung by Joan Baez, Carole King, Elton John, The Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Pink and many others are sure to provide some lively, memorable entertainment. The show will be at 7 p.m., Saturday, June 2 and 3 p.m., Sunday, June 3. Intermission includes refreshments and a silent auction fundraiser with original arts, crafts and gifts. All donations are tax deductible as SOLC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and help augment the choir’s activities. Tickets are available at Spirit Winds Coffee Bar, 2260 Locust St. in Las Cruces and at the door prior to performances at $10 for

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The community of LGBTQ and Allied singers sing at Las Cruces City Hall during Mayor Ken Miyagishima’s state of the city address, March 28. (Courtesy Photo)

adults, children 12 and under, admitted free. Last fall, the board of directors and Artistic Director Irene Gehre voted to make a slight change to the choir’s name, from Singing Out to Singing Out Las Cruces in recognition  and appreciation for the community which has shown them such acceptance and support, Ghere said in a press release. Singing Out Las Cruces is dedi-

cated to reaching out to the community, state and beyond through music and song that unite us in the spirit of acceptance, respect, social justice and human kindness. This year events include the Lavender Graduation Celebration at New Mexico State University, Las Cruces Pride, Southwestern PFLAG and Silver City’s Pride festivals, fundraisers and more. Learn more at www.singingoutlascruces.org

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‘With Love, Marilyn’ A one-woman tribute comes to Rio Grande Theatre

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he Rio Grande Theatre, 211 N. Main St. once again welcomes actress Erin Sullivan as she presents her one-woman tribute to screen goddess Marilyn Monroe, “With Love, Marilyn,” at 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 1, and 5 p.m. Saturday, June 2. Reprising the part she originated on that same stage in Mark Medoff’s “Marilee And Baby Lamb: The Assassination Of An American Goddess,” Sullivan was inspired to continue her exploration of the glamorous icon by penning this musical journey along with co-writer Stephanie Rosenberg, weaving together stories of Monroe’s life, her loves and her legacy. Monroe entertained the desire to perform live on stage again as performing for the troops in Korea was one of the happiest times in her life, according to Monroe historian, Samantha McLaughlin (“All About Marilyn” organization). In this intimate behind-thescenes evening, the audience is transported back in time to that “what if” dress rehearsal. Musical performances include “I Wanna Be Loved By You,” “My Heart Be-

Erin Sullivan as Marilyn Monroe

longs To Daddy” and “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend,” accompanied by a three-piece band with new orchestrated arrangements by Broadway musical director Henry Aronson. “Sullivan channels Monroe to deliver a performance of cheeky humor, sexy seduction and scintillating song,” said Jacquelyn Claire of the New York Theater Guide in a press release. “She looks, speaks and moves like Marilyn and it’s like going back in time.” Doors open at 6 p.m. on June 1 and 4:30 p.m. June 2. Tickets are $27.50 including fees and can be purchased online at www.borderlandsfilmfestival.org or by calling the Borderlands Film Festival office at 575-408-9026. • We can guide you in making informed decisions about your care to maintain your dignity, comfort and quality of life. • Our care can be provided in the place you call home. If you experience symptoms that cannot be managed at home we can provide 24 hour nursing care at our in-patient hospice care unit, La Posada.

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