Spencer Theater For The Performing Arts
Named one of the seven finest theaters in the world just after it opened in 1997, the landmark $22-million Spencer Theater For The Performing Arts is one of Ruidoso's finest cultural attractions.
At the heart of the Spencer, in its 514 seat hall, with its outstanding acoustics, intimate seating, and world-class performances in theater, music and dance. View performance calendar, here.
The theater also houses four major installations by Seattle glass sculptor Dale Chihuly, the Southwest's largest private collection open for public viewing. Guided tours are conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays (except show dates) at 10 a.m. Call (575) 336-4800 for more information.
DON’T MISS THESE UPCOMING PERFORMANCES:
REZA has taken the art of illusion to a new level, brining his rock concert style magic show to Ruidoso at the Spencer Theater on October 25, 2019. Don’t miss it!
The Four Italian Tenors – Alessandro D’Acrissa, Federico Serra, Federico Parisi, and Roberto Cresca – bring their Italian wit and charm with romanticism, lyricism and mesmerizing dramatic flair to Ruidoso at the Spencer Theater on Sat., November 9, 2019, as they honor the masters.
Now in their 10th year of production, The Wizards of Winter perform an original holiday experience entitled “THE CHRISTMAS DREAM” in Ruidoso at the Spencer Theater, weaving together three of their albums into an epic storytelling adventure invoking the spirit of the season.
This original adaptation of Tchaikovsky's Christmas classic is true eye-candy with outstanding dancers, lavish sets, special effects and gorgeous costumes. Performance proceeds benefit the nonprofit Dalí Ballet. Saturday, December 21 at 2pm & 7pm | Sunday, December 22 at 2pm • $35
T.G. Sheppard appears in Ruidoso at the Spencer Theater on Saturday, February 8, 2020, sharing all his greatest hits with his band: Kenny McLellan on keyboards, Jim Schacher on guitar, Ric Wright on drums and Donnie Delozier on bass.
Together with their band, the Haggard brothers focus their talents on their father’s amazing legacy. He was a dynamic product of the Dust Bowl, a complicated man whose life story and songs will resonate with everyone who’s ever worked for a living. Ben and Noel do him right. Enjoy!
The Brothers Four were pioneers in the musical movement that came to be known as the “Folk Revival.” Today their all-acoustic presentation continues…guitars, banjo, upright bass, and, of course, the trademark rich blend of their four voices. An evening with this quartet is a time of pure entertainment, a joyful, sing-along experience!