NMSU presents ‘Syd the Solstice Kid’ Southwest premier

From Left: Kamryn Neill, Dominque Gomez, JJ Hanley, with Riley Merritt (crouching) in a scene from “Syd the Solstice Kid” where the Inuit family asks the crow to help them find the sun.

LAS CRUCES – Culture, connection and a sense of wonder are in store for families and anyone who is young at heart when New Mexico State University’s theatre department and American Southwest Theatre Company present “Syd the Solstice Kid.” Opening night begins at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 19 at the ASNMSU Center for the Arts. Snacks and a meet and greet with the cast and crew will immediately follow the opening night of the musical. The show will have five performances through Nov. 28.

Join Syd and three of her friends as they explore winter solstice stories, act them out and show us which ones have evolved into familiar holiday traditions such as decorating, making wreaths, gift-giving and candle lighting. Theatre-goers will learn where many of these traditions come from and how other communities commemorate the winter solstice.

Angelia S. Rico

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