Juli Hendren

Tricklock's Julie Hendren

Tricklock's Julie HendrenJuli Hendren is a founding member and director of international relations of Tricklock Company. She is the curator of The Revolutions International Theatre Festival, through which she has produced events from over thirty different countries around the world. She is a director, writer, actor, and teacher who has taught and performed across the US, Canada, Europe, Uganda, and Colombia. Hendren was a part of the Theatre Communications Group delegation to Cuba in 2015, Chile in 2017, and Spain in 2017 as a representative for New Mexico in the World Theatre Congress. Juli is a member of Theatre Without Borders and the co-creator of the TWB/Revolutions symposium. She is a member of the Think Tank for the Global Theatre Initiative. She is the co-director of Performance in the Peripheries, which produces encounters between global and local communities through residencies with artists and companies from vulnerable and at-risk communities. Juli is the Albuquerque supervisor for C-Worx, a reality-based training organization that works with law enforcement throughout New Mexico and Colorado on communication, mediation, verbal de-escalation and mental health awareness. She was the production manager for the UNM/ATEC collaboration in Beijing, China and the California International Theatre Festival. She is a graduate of the University of New Mexico and has trained in physical theatre with Dell‘Arte International School of Physical Theatre, The Open Theatre, and Double Edge Theatre. She has trained in song and body work with The Gardzienice Centre for Theatre Practices of Poland, clown and buffoon with Mump and Smoop in Canada and vocal techniques with Ukrainian singer Mariana Sadowska. She has collaborated with US playwrights Neil LaBute, Mac Wellman, and Idris Goodwin on several projects. She is a critically acclaimed solo performer with eight solo shows that have toured the US and Europe, winning numerous awards. Hendren is also an instructor in acting and physical theatre at the University of New Mexico.

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