Theatre Without Borders is delighted to announce a new collaboration with Tricklock Company of Albuquerque, NM. Theatre Without Borders and Tricklock Company’sRevolutions International Theatre Festival are teaming up to host a three dayTheatre Without Borders/Revolutions International Theatre Festival Symposium, January 29th-February 1st, 2015. Artists from around the world will converge in Albuquerque, New Mexico to connect, exchange ideas, and find inspiration during the last weekend of the Revolutions Festival. The symposium will feature performances, workshops, panel discussions, and gatherings. The focus of this year’s symposium will be The Ritual of Story on Stage featuring a series of workshops/panel discussions around storytelling: How has the way we tell stories in theatre evolved over the last 20 years? How are we telling stories of nation, culture, and identity in today’s world of post-industrial societies? What is the impact of our stories? We will explore traditional and non-traditional styles and ideas of process and theatre’s unique capacity to explore the unspeakable and unspoken. Along with these discussions and workshops will be the opportunity to see some of the most exciting world theatre happening today, including Ukrainian singer Mariana Sadowska and Israeli performance artist Gabrielle Neuhaus.
The symposium will include the following panels:
New Forms/New Ways, Exploring New Forms and Innovative Processes 
How do we write/create/tell stories in new ways, merging traditional theatrical forms with new work/processes? 
Telling New Mexico As New Mexico theatre artists, what are our stories and how do we tell them? 
Whose Story is it? How do we navigate the appropriation of story in theatre?
Theatre and Conflict What are the stories coming from communities in conflict? How do we support this theatre?
For more information and a full schedule of symposium events please contact symposium coordinator Elsa Menendez at
The Revolutions International Theatre Festival is co-sponsored by The University of New Mexico and The National Hispanic Cultural Center.
About Tricklock Company and The Revolutions International Theatre Festival
Founded in 1993, Tricklock Company, based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is a theatre ensemble whose mission is to create, tour, produce theatrical work, and to foster international exchange and artistic development.
Tricklock Company believes that theatre is a vital tool for examining the human experience and intrinsic to the evolution of world culture. Tricklock Company is the theatre-in-residence at The University of New Mexico, managers of the Tricklock Performance Laboratory in downtown Albuquerque, and the producers of The Revolutions International Theatre Festival. 
For three weeks every January, Tricklock produces The Revolutions International Theatre Festival. 
Hosting artists from around the globe, the festival includes performances, workshops, discussions, dinners, and community gatherings with a mission of connecting people through the art of theatre. Tricklock believes that the exposure to world theatre and culture increases mutual understanding, inspires communities, and empowers people to improve the overall quality of life for all people. The festival began in 2001 and has produced companies from Argentina, Ireland, Spain, England, Norway, Denmark, France, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Mexico, Italy, Israel, Thailand, Ukraine, Serbia, Russia, Armenia, Ivory Coast, South Africa, Canada, and the US.