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It has taken a decade of negotiations, but the building that inspired Spain's greatest 20th century poet and playwright, Federico Garcia Lorca, to write one of his best-known plays The House of Bernarda Alba is soon to become a museum. Living next
But while the technical areas and Robert Clarke's directing were great on the eyes, some of the young theatre students were not as convincing in their portrayal of the strong characters in the Federico Garcia Lorca folk play, Blood Wedding . Lorca
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UC Davis Granada Artist in Residence Juliette Carrillo presents a new interpretation of Federico Garcia Lorca's seminal 1936 drama "The House of Bernarda Alba," based on a new adaptation by Chay Yew. Lorca called his play "a drama of women in the
The House of Bernarda Alba Presented by Actors Bridge Ensemble and Belmont University Through Feb. 26 at Belmont's Troutt Theatre Actors Bridge Ensemble's ongoing affiliation with Belmont University's Department of Theatre and Dance affords the
One of the drum'n'bass scene's hardest working and most revered DJs/producers is Andy C, a man who h.....Marlow, a young city buck out in the sticks, has lost his bearings in Oliver Goldsmith's 18th-century comedy She Stoops to Conquer. Sporting
Iron conviction Shohreh Aghdashloo, right, with Jane Bertish, in The House of Bernarda Alba. Photograph: Tristram Kenton for the Guardian In Emily Mann's new version, the action of Lorca's tremendous 1936 play has been shifted from Andalusia to rural
The House of Bernarda Alba , Federico Garcia Lorca's final play, is the kind of dramatic classic that doesn't get produced often enough in South Florida. The majority of the region's professional theater companies offer their audiences hot-from-New
Federico Garcia Lorca described his dramatic fable Amor de Don Perlimplin con Belisa en su Jardin (The Love of Don Perlimplin with Belisa in the Garden) as "an erotic lace-paper valentine in a prologue and three scenes". It was certainly too sensual
Summit High students rehearse a scene from the school's production of The House of Bernarda Alba' Wednesday afternoon in the high school auditorium. The show opens tonight at 7 p.m and runs the same time Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday.