Global Corridor opens doors to cultural exchange by connecting people and humanizing world affairs through the art of theatre. We believe that exposure to world cultures through the medium of theatre 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 theatre as a vehicle to explore and engage in diverse experiences and perspectives, creating a stronger global citizenship and healthier communities around the world.
- The Revolutions International Theatre Festival connects communities by bringing a broad scope of global 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 on 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.
- Global Corridor Education opens the doors to local educational programming that impact on the global level, including The Nile Files an exchange program around arts and community for young people in Uganda and New Mexico.
- International Residencies which include Performance in the Peripheries in partnership with UNM. Performance in the Peripheries is an initiative that produces encounters between global and local artists, activists, and scholars through residencies, workshops, public dialogues, and performances. Performance in the Peripheries will also host artists and companies from vulnerable and at-risk communities for extended periods of time, creating a temporary “refuge” for individuals that are displaced or otherwise threatened.