If you’re going to be in Albuquerque, New Mexico between now and January 29, you’re in luck (if you’re not, find a way to get there!). Because you’ll be able to catch the Revolutions International Theatre Festival.
This event takes place at various venues around the city and features innovative performers from across the globe. Titzina Teatro, a theater group from Spain, performs a four-person tragi-comedy called “Exitus.”
The Loren Kahn Puppet and Object Theatre, from Albuquerque and Paris, France, performs “Insomnia,” about thoughts that emerge during sleepless nights.
The festival is sponsored by Albuquerque’s own Tricklock Company, who performs their celebrated “Lullabies for My Father.”
Poetry readings, masked performers, cutting-edge theater, and the Southwest in January. What’s not to love?