The Global Corridor opens doors to cultural exchange by connecting people and humanizing world affairs through the performing arts. We believe that exposure to world theatre and culture increases mutual understanding, inspires change, and empowers individuals to improve the overall quality of life for all people. Tricklock Company’s Global Corridor is comprised of several programs which utilize live performance as a vehicle to inform and share, creating a stronger global citizenship and healthier communities around the world.Tricklock Global Corridor Logo


Revolutions and AMP Concerts have teamed up with The National Hispanic Cultural Center and The University of New Mexico’s Department of Theatre & Dance to present four exciting weeks of global performance and workshops from Mongolia, Mexico, and Ukraine!


Anda Union | MONGOLIA

Combining different traditions and styles of Mongolian music, Anda Union has developed an innovation previously unheard of.

October 20, 2018 7:30pm   
South Broadway Cultural Center 1025 Broadway SE

Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 day of show (including all service charges).
They are also available by phone through Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251.


Sur Oeste Arte Escenico | MEXICO

The internationally acclaimed dance/theatre company  


11:11 explores the cycle of life and death and the search for meaning in both. Inspired by Jane Alexander’s “African Adventure”, an installation at the Tate Modern Art Museum in London, 11:11 is a multidisciplinary dance performance that reflects the anguish and impotence of the Mexican social, political, and economic environment. Where nothing happens. Where every year is the same. Every day is the same. Every hour and minute is the same. All repeated as an infinite cycle. What is needed to determine if we are animals or human beings, hunters or prey, victim or victimizer? Where do we find the beauty in monotony and passivity?

Friday October 26th and
Saturday October 27
th at 7pm
at Tricklock Performance Laboratory.
Tickets are $17 general, $10 students and seniors


Also playing by Sur Oeste: 


Vuelo Transoceánico, a show for all ages, is the story of Charles Lindbergh’s historic solo flight across the Atlantic: triumphing over storms, fog, and ice to achieve his impossible dream and become the hero the world was waiting for.

Saturday October 27th at 2pm at the Bank of America Theatre.
There will also be a special school matinee Friday October 26th at 10am. Friday's performance is free with reservations.
Tickets for Saturday are $17 w/ $2 discount for students, seniors and NHCC members.

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Teatr-Pralnia with CCA Dakh | UKRAINE

A Rambunctious Super-Charged Puppet Cabaret from Kyiv

Trolls prowl and conflicts rage in online propaganda. External actors force themselves across borders precipitating an icy hot international stalemate. Thousands take to the streets demanding transparency and change. This is the context for TseSho?/What’s That?, a super-charged puppet cabaret of real time events and Facebook feeds, iconic Ukrainian poetry, catchy vamps, and improvised action. Rambunctious and audacious, the piece questions through the intense lens of childhood. How do we understand? Who are we in a time of sensationalized information and deceptive surfaces? Where is our place in our world and in history? What’s That? A production of the breakthrough Teatr-Pralnia (Laundry Theater) with Ukraine’s leading contemporary hub, CCA Dakh, directed by theatrical disruptor, Vlad Troitsky.

November 2nd and 3rd at 7:00pm
at the Tricklock Performance Laboratory
110 Gold Ave SW
Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 day of show (including all service charges).
Student tickets are $15 advance, $20 day of show (including all service charges). They are also available by phone through Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251.


Kurbasy | UKRAINE

Lviv, the eons-old Carpathian hub, holds Ukraine’s cultural core. Around this nucleus, spheres of tradition and innovation spin, collide and reform. The idea of culture as a cosmic living organism is central to Kurbasy, whose folk-based multimedia performances vibrate in tight vocal harmonies, resonant lyrics, culturally unique instruments, and phantasmagoric visual imagery. Conceived and directed by the band’s three actress-singers—Maria Oneshchak, Myroslava Kyshchun-Rachynska, and Nataliia Rybka-Parkhomenko—Kurbasy’s sonic-theatrical explorations of Ukraine’s rich trove of calendar song cycles, lullabies, and legends conjure the natural world, beliefs, and rituals, tracing contemporary connections to an archaic past.

November 11th at 7:30pm
at the Outpost Performance Space
210 Yale Ave SE 
Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 day of show (including all service charges).
They are also available by phone through Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251.

Coming in 2019…

The 19th Annual Revolutions International Theatre Festival

The Revolutions International Theatre Festival connects communities by bringing a broad scope of world theatre to New Mexico, creating a cultural and artistic fusion. The festival is comprised of performances which expand the theatrical possibilities for all New Mexican citizens, regardless of socio-economic class or background; workshops which aid in the dissemination of new forms and ideas of theatrical training and creation to the established and developing artists of New Mexico; and community events with a forum for cultural exchange and dialogue that might not otherwise reach our state.