We are a new professional theatre in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Our mission is to create high quality, sustainable professional theatre that contributes to the cultural, educational and economic environment of Santa Fe. Founded in 2015 by Maureen Joyce McKenna, the theatre takes its name from the distinctive New Mexican Adobe style, and the Rose Theatre, one of London’s oldest theatre venues. She teamed up with Board President Bruce McKenna and Artistic Director Wendy Chapin – like Maureen veterans of theatre, film, writing and education – to create a space for play productions, the development of new plays and playwrights, and the education and professional training of actors. We are hard at work refining our Black Box theatre at 1213B Parkway Drive in Santa Fe. The space will have unlimited seating and stage configurations with comfortable seats and convenient parking. Sustainability and a light environmental footprint are key parts of our plan. Theatres often create large amounts of trash as they build and tear down their sets throughout the course of a season. Watch us create new and exciting ways to stage plays that reuse, recycle, and reduce the burden on our planet. In addition to the theatre, we have created a cafe for light pre-dinner food and drinks, or a post show glass of wine. Come experience Santa Fe’s newest artistic gem at “the Rose.” Our first show, the gripping drama Luna Gale opens on January 21, 2016!