We are filming AdobeFest: Life in a Box anew and we have new dates! THE SHOW WILL GO ON!

AdobeFest: Life in a Box will stream Video-on-Demand from SATURDAY, MAY 29 (beginning at 12:01 a.m.) through SUNDAY, JUNE 6 (ending at 11:59 p.m.) If you have already bought tickets, we will send you a link. If you haven’t yet bought tickets PLEASE DO!


Your tickets are still good and a link will be sent to you for the new dates. If, however you would like a refund, please contact the Adobe Theater front-of-house manager at (505) 898-9222 or Thank you for your understanding and continued patronage! We love you!


AdobeFest: Life in a Box is a series of six original, delightful, and innovative ten-minute plays written by local playwrights. The plays loosely address the theme of experiencing life as lived in the somewhat confined space of the present. The plays are funny, endearing, and sure to tickle your fancy.

White Dress, written by Laura Shamas and directed by Daniel Anaya, is a delightful comedy about a runaway bride and a photographer who each have designs on the same park bench.

Sisters, written and directed by Nancy Sellin, is an endearing play about two sisters ages 92 and 94, living in the same nursing home, who decide how they’re going to live out the rest of their lives.

Deadman’s Curves, written by Dan O’Day and directed by Nancy Sellin, is in the style of the 1940s Film Noir about a Dick, a Dame and a mysterious box.

One Line, written by James Cady and directed by Pete Parkin, is about two old actors driving to an audition for one line in a movie and they pick up a hitchhiker going to the same audition.

Irish Thrift, written by Richard E. Peck and directed by Denielle Fisher Johnson, is a comedy about a feisty Irish lady and a local newspaper editor.

Sweet and Sour Chicken, written by Colette Victor and directed by Georgia Athearn, is a heartfelt play about a younger woman and a middle-aged woman who discover their courage while waiting for a bus.