by Federico Garcia Lorca
Translated by Erico Ortiz
AACTFest Competition piece
Benefit performances at Inspiration Studios January 4-6,
State Competition in Verona, Wisconsin January 19-21.
The House of Bernarda Alba is Federico Garcia Lorca’s last play, written in 1936, the year he was killed at the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War. This play, along with Blood Wedding and Yerma, form a trilogy expressing what Lorca saw as the tragic life of Spanish women.
by Alfred Uhry
February 8th – 24th, 2019
Starting in 1948, this drama covers the 25 year friendship of an elderly white woman and her black driver, as they navigate through the ups and downs of life in the South.
April 5th – 21st, 2019
With a Tony-Award winning Broadway revival in 1978 and made into a movie that same year, this neoclassical satirical comedy centers on a wealthy man being duped by a penniless vagrant.