Season 26


KAREN

Written and Directed by Gregory S. Moss


September 19th, 20th, 21st at 8pm and and 22nd at 6pm.

All tickets $10

On the night before her birthday (please don’t make a big deal about it) Karen, a woman in her middle years, receives a strange phone call at work: “Karen, You are in terrible danger.” Spurred on by this mysterious warning, Karen flees from her placid life into a night-long crisis full of vivid characters, strange coincidences and terrifying situations. Part Alice in Wonderland, part Nights of Cabiria, Karen is a theatrical, dream-like comedy about surviving the passage into the second half of life.

Inspired by pop-up shops, food trucks, and internal restaurant take-overs, No Fixed Address is intended to be itinerant, inexpensive and transitory. The company invites collaboration with local artists in multiple media, seeking to supersede boundaries that divide theatre companies and disciplines from each other. We are excited to inaugurate the company through our upcoming collaboration with Tricklock Company featuring the new play KAREN.

Performed by Katy Houska, Stephanie Grilo, Danielle Robertson, Amelia Ampuero, and Katie Farmin.
Runs 85 minutes.

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No Fixed Address is a micro-theatre company founded by playwright Gregory S. Moss to develop and produce original scripts. Other goals include developing work by New Mexican playwrights; producing challenging and rarely-seen extant plays; and creating performance events designed to provoke new relationships and conversations in our community.


Strange as it Seems

Conceived and Directed by Skye Fort

November 14th-23rd, 2019 Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 7pm

Strange as it Seems is a new work directed by Skye Fort about when dreams feel like reality and reality feels like a nightmare. The play explores dream life, the other self that exists in sleep, and the sometimes horrifying reality that confronts us when we wake. Drawing on text written by Suz Evans, Mike Steele and Charles Mee, Strange as it Seems uses non-narrative performance collage to create a dream scape that explores our history and questions our current reality.

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$12 general

$5 student/senior/artists

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Also running with Strange as it Seems is the hit performance art project like no other...

So This Is Art

November 22nd and 23rd at 10pm Tricklock Performance Laboratory

So This Is Art was born in the year 2012 in the protective darkness of a back alley parking lot. Forged with the fiery hell of American consumerism and raised by a generation of children unable to feel, So This Is Art asks you to let go. Let go of expectations and feel something for the first time. Please join them, and savor the flavors and the aromas of the 21st century


Memory Laws


Memory Laws will be traveling to Warsaw, Poland in October to perform in the iTSelF Festival on October 7th.

Learn more about the festival here


Duke City Rep Presents:

Ghost, Ghost, Come Out Tonight

Written by Catherine Bush


October 17th – 20th, 24th – 27th, 31st – November 2nd

Ian and Liz Crowell have just purchased a remote piece of woodlands on which to build the house of their dreams. One evening, they invite their best friends, Bruce and Claire to tour the property – an outing that leads to beers around the campfire. When questioned as to how he was able to buy so much land for so little money, Ian reveals that the woods are haunted by a pitchfork-wielding ghost bent on revenge. Everyone scoffs at the idea of ghosts – until a long-forgotten childhood game leads to a grisly murder – or two.

Join us this Fall, the season of s’mores, campfires and spooky stories, for our first show of the season!

Special late-night Halloween performance on Thursday, October 31st!

Thursday – Saturday 8pm

Sunday 4pm

Tickets will go on sale in September.

Running in tandem with The Reptilian Lounge!

Duke City Rep Presents:

4th Annual Ugly Sweater Revue


December 5th – 8th, 12th – 15th, 19th – 21st

That’s right! Time to have a Merry Triple X-Mas!

Black Santa is ready to stuff your stocking again this December with a twist! DCRT is keeping it hot with Christmas in July…in December. Instead of thick, wool sweaters, whip out your best Hawaiian shirt and enjoy the finest acts in Albuquerque with a drink in hand. There will be singing, dancing, and burlesque, magic, music, man bodies and the most scandalous tree-decorating you’ve ever seen!

If we’ve learned anything over the last 3 seasons, it’s that Albuquerque loves to get a little naughty around the holidays.

Recommended Ages 18+ due to content and language

Thursday – Saturday 8pm

Sunday 4pm

Tickets will go on sale in November.