Tricklock Company is Albuquerque's premiere international touring theatre company and now the Theatre Company in Residence at the University of New Mexico.
The world-renowned theatre company, established in 1993, brings cutting-edge, professional theatre to New Mexico every year with their Revolutions International Theatre Festival, The Manoa Project: Teen Playwriting and Ensemble Apprenticeship Program, and productions of original works and the best in new and classical texts. Their signature style of absurdism, physical and poetic theatre earned them the 2003 Bravo Award for Excellence in Theatre by the Albuquerque Arts Alliance, as well as a global following.
Ekco poets Tanesia Hale-Jones, Valerie Martínez, Michelle Otero and Shelle Sanchez have collaborated with dancers Romy Keegan, Pilar Leto and Lisa Nevada to produce a poetry performance with da...
A group discussion and mapping experiment hosted by female Artistic and Executive Directors in the Arts in Albuquerque. Some questions to ponder: What are the challenges we face as leaders in the arts...
#ABQevents this week include theatre performances, a food fight and Lobo basketball! Watch our KRQE events segment for all the details.…more
Don't let the winter weather scare you away! January to March is the peak season for snow sports, theatre and more in the Duke City. …more
Women & Creativity is an annual, month-long series that celebrates women's creativity across the disciplines during Women's History Month. March 2015 marks the 10th anniversary of this grassroots program.…more
It's week forty-four of our #365DaysOfEvents campaign. This week head to Civic Plaza for Truckin' Tuesdays and sample great food from local food trucks, catch a screening of one of Tim Burton's films at the KiMo Theater and be a kid again at Explora.…more