RETABLILLO DE DON CRISTOBAL
Federico García Lorca
Directed by Ana Zamora
Production: Nao d´amores
Este Retablillo de Don Cristóbal, es una fiesta lorquiana donde se mezclan tradición y modernidad. Un experimento teatral, bello y poético, a la par que festivo y gamberro, planteado desde la rigurosidad de las fuentes históricas y literarias. Con el sello inconfundible de Nao d’amores, la poética naif del poeta granadino, y los títeres de cachiporra, se construye esta pieza fresca y desenfadada.
Espectáculo pensado para todos los públicos.
Edad recomendada: a partir de 12 años.
Duración: 60 minutos, sin intermedio.
Lorca’s Retablillo de Don Cristóbal is a celebration where tradition and modernity mix. A theatrical experiment, born from historical and literary sources. It’s beautiful, poetic, festive and playful. This fresh and carefree piece is built with the unmistakable seal of Nao d’amores, Lorca´s naïve poetics and puppets.
A show designed for all audiences.
Recommended age: 12 and over.
Running time: 60 minutes, no interval.
by Carolina Román
ONLINE DRAMATISED READING
The online dramatized reading for Broken Toys by Carolina Román has been postponed to a later date which we will announce shortly.
La representación online de la lectura dramatizada de Juguetes rotos de Carolina Román se traslada a una nueva fecha que se anunciará en breve.
SONG FOR A BAREFOOT CHILD
CANCIÓN PARA UN NIÑO DESCALZO
by Clara Díaz Suárez
ONLINE DRAMATISED READING
by Lope de Vega
We continue with our digital series of ‘In Conversation’, in which our Artistic Director Paula Paz will interview some of the most prominent artists and professionals from the theatre scene in Spain.
You’ll be able to watch all the conversations here:
The Little Pony / El Pequeño Poni
An American Life / Una vida americana
Summer in December / Verano en Diciembre
The eyes of the Night / Los ojos de la noche
Premio Ana Caro de Teatro II Edición
Direct Your Future
DIRECT YOUR FUTURE
Support programme for young directors
The Cervantes Theatre has launched its first development programme for young directors called Direct Your Future. After a selection process, we are happy to introduce you to the 6 emerging directors that will have the opportunity to develop their craft with this scheme. We are offering them a paid week of rehearsals at the theatre with actors so that they can explore their proposed project and a mentorship scheme to support them along the way.
“We can not afford to lose our youngest generation of artists. The future may seem dark and uncertain for many of them but we are here to offer our support and guidance, giving them voice and space within an international creative context and telling them that they are valued and needed”
Paula Paz, cofounder and Artistic Director of the Cervantes Theatre.
ACTING CLASSES/CLASES DE INTERPRETACIÓN
As of Tuesday 2nd of February 2021
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The Cervantes Theatre stages numerous Spanish language plays throughout the year from both Spanish and Latin American playwrights. The productions are performed in Spanish on Monday-Tuesday, and in English Wednesday-Saturday. Our weekly Tuesday matinees are ideal for school groups wishing to visit our 88 seat venue.
All schools who wish to be involved with the programme will be provided with our educational pack a few weeks before the trip, which includes information on our current production and interactive workshops which can be carried out in class either before or after seeing the play.
Visits also include a pre or post-show talk with a member of the creative team, who will talk about the creative process and discuss issues surrounding the play.