Blood Wedding

By Federico García Lorca
Translated by Nahuel Telleria
Directed by Csaba Horváth
October 25, 2017November 19, 2017

Meet the Artists


Ross Beschler • Woodsman/The Moon
Taysha Marie Canales • The Mother-in-Law/The Maid
Sarah Gliko • Leonardo's Wife
Justin Jain • Woodsman
Jered McLenigan • The Groom
Campbell O Hare • The Bride
Jaylene Clark Owens • The Mother
Brett Ashley Robinson • The Neighbor/The Young Woman/Beggar
Matteo Scammell • Woodsman
Lindsay Smiling • Leonardo
Ed Swidey • The Bride's Father

Production Team

Federico Garcia Lorca • Playwright
Nahuel Telleria • Translator
Csaba Horvath • Director & Choreographer
Thom Weaver • Scenic & Lighting Designer
Oana Botez • Costume Designer
Larry D. Fowler, Jr. • Sound Designer
Csaba Ökrös • Composer
Walter Bilderback • Dramaturg
Clayton Tejada • Production Manager
Patreshettarlini Adams • Resident Stage Manager / AEA
Federico Garcia Lorca

Federico Garcia Lorca (1898-1936) was perhaps the most important Spanish-language writer of the first half of the 20th century, renowned for both his poetry and his plays. During his short life, he wrote thirteen plays, the best-known of which are Blood Wedding (1932), Yerma (1934), and The House of Bernarda Alba (1936). In the early 1930s, Lorca became the director of La Barraca, a theater company that toured the provinces performing Spanish classical plays in peasant villages. Between tours, he wrote Blood Wedding, which brought him international attention. When the Spanish Civil War broke out, Lorca was targeted by the fascist Falangist forces, both as a gay man and as an artist prominently allied with the Republican government. He was arrested on August 16, 1936 and murdered the night of August 18. His burial site has never been found.