Jan 22 @ 7:00 pm
Adults $20; Seniors $15, Students, $10. Reserved seating tickets available at the Old Pass Art Gallery or at ratonarts.org. When a show gets endorsed by other entertainers in Branson….you know it’s a must see!!  This show will take you on a journey that we all have been on….growing up, those high school years leading into[...]
Jan 31 @ 7:00 pm
BYU Living Legends
Adults $20, Seniors $15, Students $10. Presented by the Raton Arts Council.  Call 575-445-2052. Living Legends combines a dynamic repertoire of Native American choreography with the color and vitality of Polynesian and Latin American dance styles. Traditions come to life as talented descendants of these cultures weave together authentic choreography, intricate costumes and heart-pounding music[...]
Feb 3 @ 7:00 pm
Free Concert offered by the Bill and Kathryn Darden Foundation. Peter Simon has established himself as one of America’s finest musicians and most distinctive and versatile musical personalities.  He is not only an international concert pianist who performs with orchestra  but also performs as a pianist / humorist / entertainer for fundraisers and cruise ships,[...]
Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats
    Adults $20, Children $10 (12 and under) The Golden Dragon Acrobats represent the best of a time honored tradition that began more than twenty-five centuries ago. The Golden Dragons are recognized throughout the United States and abroad as the premiere Chinese acrobatic touring company of today. The reputation of the company is solidly[...]

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About the Shuler

The historic Shuler Theater in downtown Raton, New Mexico is a state landmark and remains the center for performing arts in northeastern New Mexico.

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Santa Fe Trail School

Raton's historic Shuler Theater is the permanent home for the Santa Fe Trail School for the Performing Arts.

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Shuler History

The first production in the Shuler Theater was a national touring company show of The Red Rose, a Victorian musical comedy that opened April 27, 1915.

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