Share a cup of tea with an old friend. Marvel at the ocean. Explore grief, joy, and memory in this audio play with a companion sensory experience delivered to your door.
Written by Caroline Toby Graham; directed by Ericka Olvera; featuring Andee Schray, Stephen Armijo, Lila Martinez, and Barney Lopez; orignal music by Emmanuel Catanzariti; props design and sound editing by Leonard Madrid; produced by Hailey Tolleson. Tea generously donated by Old Barrel Tea Company.
While we have resumed our (digital and distanced) season, we would like to encourage our audiences to continue directing attention toward Black voices and local organizers in our community and nationwide.
We encourage you to look through this list of petitions, places to donate, and other resources HERE.
"How to Spend a Day in Black-Owned Albuquerque," Visit ABQ
"The Ferguson Theatre Syllabus," American Theatre
A house full of letters. Each one describes a god, a monster, a ghost. What is it about the ground of New Mexico that brings magic?
Experience El Campo Santo through letters, plays, stories, journals, original art and more, presented in an interactive map of our beautiful state. This project was made possible by the hard work of dozens of collaborators and generous grants from the City of Albuquerque Cultural Services Department and New Mexico Arts.
Blackout creates theatre & digital media with your generous support
We need your help to keep doing what we do!
You can set up a recurring donation through Patreon and receive special rewards from multi-show punch cards to stickers to sneak previews of video content. If you'd like to make a one-time contribution, you can send us a check or donate electronically via PayPal. And if you aren't able to contribute, you can still support Blackout every time you get groceries or shop online! Just add us as your designated charity on Amazon Smile or Smith's Inspiring Donations.
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Albuquerque, NM 87196
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This project is supported in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and by the National Endowment for the Arts. Blackout Theatre is a proud member of the Albuquerque Theatre Guild and the Network of Ensemble Theaters.
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