Nile Seguin

Revolutions International Theatre Festival continues through Sunday with more opportunities to see live performances in Albuquerque and Santa Fe.
SCROLL DOWN FOR FINAL TICKET GIVEAWAY!

Tonight, Wed. January 30th
8 p.m. at the Golden West - Free Speech Comedy featuring Nile Seguin and John Fugelsang.

8 p.m. at the Armory for the Arts (Santa Fe) - From DoTheatre, one on the most influential theatre companies to emerge from post- Communist Russia comes the magical, dark, delirious “Hangman.”


Thurs. January 31st
8 p.m. at Outpost Performance Space - Satellites byTaylor Negron. In the tradition of Spaulding Gray and David Sedaris, Taylor Negron performs hysterical and moving stories for the new millennium. Satellites is a unique fusion of story telling and original soul-stirring music with stories about Karen Carpenter, Charles Manson, Negron's teenage experience with Lucile Ball and an invitation to an orgy during the storm surge of Katrina.

10 p.m. at UNM Theatre X - Kumail Nanjiani in Unprounounceable. Kumail is a hot young comic based in Chicago who just happens to have been raised as a devout Shiite Muslim in Pakistan.


Friday, February 1st
8 p.m. at UNM Rodey Theatre - From DoTheatre, one on the most influential theatre companies to emerge from post- Communist Russia comes the magical, dark, delirious “Hangman.”

10 p.m. at UNM Theatre X - Kumail Nanjiani in Unprounounceable. Kumail is a hot young comic based in Chicago who just happens to have been raised as a devout Shiite Muslim in Pakistan.

Saturday, Feb. 2
7 p.m. at the Armory for the Arts (Santa Fe) - Satellites byTaylor Negron. In the tradition of Spaulding Gray and David Sedaris, Taylor Negron performs hysterical and moving stories for the new millennium. Satellites is a unique fusion of story telling and original soul-stirring music with stories about Karen Carpenter, Charles Manson, Negron's teenage experience with Lucile Ball and an invitation to an orgy during the storm surge of Katrina.

9 p.m. at the Armory for the Arts (Santa Fe) - Kumail Nanjiani in Unprounounceable. Kumail is a hot young comic based in Chicago who just happens to have been raised as a devout Shiite Muslim in Pakistan.

8 p.m. at UNM Rodey Theatre - From DoTheatre, one on the most influential theatre companies to emerge from post- Communist Russia comes the magical, dark, delirious “Hangman.”

10 p.m., the Filling Station (1024 4th St. SW) - The Reptilian Lounge, . A late-night theatrical experience like no other.

Sunday, Feb. 3
Say it ain't so. Wrap Party at the Tricklock Performance Space.


For tickets and information, go to www.tricklock.com. Viva la Revolucion!


**FINAL TICKET GIVEAWAY!**
Even thought Revolutions is winding down, we're giving away some of the last tickets to DoTheatre's show "Hangman" on Friday 2/1 and Saturday 2/2 at 8 p.m. (winner gets to choose the day), which is the last show in the 2008 Revolutions International Theatre Festival.

To win a pair of tickets, reply to this post and tell us about your favorite Revolutions show in this year's festival. If you haven't seen a show yet, you can still win by telling us why you should win a pair of tickets for the final show "Hangman".



The tickets will go the best comments, which will be chosen by an esteemed panel of Tricklock representatives. The winner can pick-up their tickets at the box office the night of the show.



The deadline for posts is 10 a.m. Thursday, January 31st, and the winner will be notified shortly after.



Thanks for your support!


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Comment by brendisimo on January 31, 2008 at 1:04am
Well, for me it's a toss up between Courtney Cunningham as Pufy du Vey in Burden of Proof and The Free Speech Comedy night at Golden West on Monday Night with Troy Conrad (aka Comedy Jesus) and Rick Shapiro. Both events had me engrossed the entire time. I laughed, I cried, I was INVOLVED with all three performances. Also, the audiences were particularly fired up, (or was it just me?) I fell in love with Pufy and Rick. They are both lovable and frightening at the same time. They are REAL, in a messed up but endearing way. And Jesus, well it's hard to argue with that guy. He answered 2 of my questions (I'll tell you which ones if you really want to know), and impressed me with his hilarious and thought out routine. I've seen a couple other shows, but these two nights were my favorite...Maybe 'Hangman' will convince me otherwise!
Comment by Blakeington on January 31, 2008 at 3:28pm
Brendisimo, yes we really want to know what were your two questions that Jesus answered.

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