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by  Federico García Lorca, Carlos Bauer

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What if Romeo was a man of thirty and Juliet a boy of fifteen? Would their passion be any less authentic? Surrealism, folk theatre, poetry, vivid costumes, black humor-and as timely now as it was taboo when Lorca first penned it. Published with Play Without a Title …

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What if Romeo was a man of thirty and Juliet a boy of fifteen? Would their passion be any less authentic? Surrealism, folk theatre, poetry, vivid costumes, black humor-and as timely now as it was taboo when Lorca first penned it. Published with Play Without a Title
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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 c ...

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Carlos Bauer

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