Current Performances

Concert on the Hill March 9th @ 7:30 PM and 10th @ 2:00 PM

AngelOrGhost (Frank Wolf) has been performing music since he was 6 years old, with much of his inspiration striking him in his dreams. His sound is very culturally inspired, from all over the world, as well as his showmanship. His performances combine original beats with a unique quality of storytelling, and theatrics. Frank feels that it is his responsibility to bring a message of positivity and true creativity to the next generation. Not only does he write and perform all his own songs, he also creates his own instruments to bring a sense of freshness to the music industry for your audial enjoyment. This is a benefit concert organized by the Rohovec Theater Guild. All proceeds will be donated to the Scholarship fund at NMSU-A.


Alamogordo “Shatters the Silence”

By Carolyn Dittmer

Once again, NMSU-A, headed by Dr. Cheri Jimeno, is enthusiastically welcoming V-Day Otero
County 2013 to the college campus. As in the past, the college and its theatre are partnering with
other local organizations to help end the violence against women, girls, and men.

V –Day Otero County is presenting local men and women, young and old, telling their own true
accounts of abuse, domestic violence, gender issues, bullying and difficult choices. “Shattering
the Silence” will be staged at the Rohovec Theatre on Friday and Saturday, February 15 and 16,
7:30 pm and Sunday, February 17, 2:00 pm. Tickets are $5 and may be purchased at the door or
in advance at The Blue Stone, 1113 S. White Sands Blvd or COPE Inc., 909 S. Florida Ave.

“We felt that we wanted to continue with listening to local voices based on the success of last

Perry Lawson, Director of Community Education and Outreach Programs at Center of
Protective Environment (COPE) brings professional help to the production but also offers his
story of childhood bullying. “I hope the impact of these productions will create awareness
and community support. COPE is a full service domestic violence agency ready to address
the problems of family and relationship violence,” said Lawson. “We envision a community
knowledgeable about domestic violence and abuse and fully engaged and committed to its

V-day veteran, Wolf said, “The thing I love about ‘Shattering the Silence’ and ‘In Our Own
Voices’ is the healing that has come along with sharing my stories and realizing I am not alone
and ‘Shattering the Silence’ for those that are not able to share their story.”

Additional participants include Betzi Torres, Marie Hillis, Ed and Carolyn Dittmer, Holly
Holzaphel, Shaughn Marlowe, Ann Bagby, Tony Calderon, Michael Carrillo, and Fran Johnston.

For more information, call Diana at 439-3670.