Festival FAQsHow long is the festival?
Revolutions began with a kick-off party on Jan. 13 and continues through Jan. 31.
How international are we talking?
Performers from four countries are represented, but the styles they embody number much higher.
Where is it taking place?
Where is it not? UNM’s Theatre X and Rodey Theatre, North 4th Theatre, The Filling Station, the National Hispanic Cultural Center, the KiMo Theatre, the Lensic and quite possibly your mom’s house (seriously, one of these shows could be anywhere).
How much are tickets? How do I get them?
Main events: $18 general, $12 students/seniors
except Culture Clash at NHCC: $25, $20, $15
and Ka•Bu•Ki at the Lensic: $20 general, $12 students/seniors
Free Speech Comedy Arts Series: $18 general, $12 students/seniors
Excavations Series: All tickets $10
Reptilian Lounge: All tickets $7.77 (No reservations! Get there early!)
How do I get them?
For events at Rodey Theatre and Theatre X: UNM Box Office: 925-5858 or unmtickets.com
For events at KiMo Theatre: Get tickets in person at the KiMo box office (423 Central NW) or ticketmaster.com
Tickets for all other events: National Hispanic Cultural Center Box Office (NHCC): 724-4771 or ticketmaster.com
What if I want to go to multiple shows?
Get a Revolutions Passport, details available through tricklock.com:
Four shows $35; Eight shows $65
General Admission Passport:
Four shows $65; Eight shows $115
Is there anything else going on? Tell me more!
I can say no more, grasshopper. For additional guidance, go to tricklock.com/
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