Teatr-Pralnia with CCA Dakh at Tricklock Performance Laboratory, Albuquerque
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Teatr-Pralnia with CCA Dakh

Saturday Nov 3, 2018

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110 Gold Ave SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102






Tricklock Company

Phone: 505-414-3738
Website: Click to Visit

A super-charged puppet cabaret of real-time events and Facebook feeds, iconic Ukrainian poetry, catchy vamps and improvised action.

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.

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.

See also: Arts Interview

What's That?

It’s international theater in the heart of ABQ

Teatr-Pralnia (or “Laundry Theater”) brings a performance to Tricklock that melds many styles.
Zhenya Lulko
Ahead of Teatr-Pralnia's premiere performance, members of the troupe exchanged some emails with us about the meaning of “TseSho?” and what it feels like to share it with the world.

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