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Blood Wedding - Full Length Play

Blood Wedding

Federico García Lorca, Lillian Groag

Full Length Play

6m, 10f, 1girl(s)

ISBN: 9780822218166

Two families in a semi-mythical rural Spain are intricately bound in a…

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Full Length Play


Bare Stage/Simple Set

Two families in a semi-mythical rural Spain are intricately bound in an unbreakable cycle of murder and revenge. The death-bound love triangle at the center of the play fuels these passions to a fever pitch and propels the story to its unstoppable tragic conclusion. An arranged country marriage between the children of rich landowners is about to take place. A past lover, himself in a loveless marriage, cannot allow the wedding to take place and spirits the Bride away, who goes with him willingly on her wedding night. An entire town goes after the lovers in the middle of the night where pursuers and pursued plunge into a realm of deep darkness where the moonlight is not friendly and the forest not shelter enough. Lorca's image-laden poetry unfolds the story with the fire and power characteristic of his work and the fateful resonance that marked his own tragically short life.
"…potent and poetic…You can close your eyes as the lyricism of Lillian Groag's translation washes over you…a tragedy so beautiful…that you may leave the theater in tears because you're awed and so moved." —Minneapolis/St. Paul Star Tribune.


6m, 10f, 1girl(s)


Flexible casting


Federico García Lorca

Federico García Lorca (1898 - 1936) is widely considered to be Spain's most important playwright and poet. He and his close friend Salvador Dalí took the literary and artistic worlds by storm in the 1920's, introducing daring explorations of desire, sexuality and surrealism. Mr. Lorca's two poetry collections, Canciones (Songs), and Romancero gitano (the Gypsy Ballads), earned him international ... view full profile

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