Frederico Garcia Lorca

Artscape
5:30 am
Mon April 30, 2012

Garcia Lorca's play exploring the pains of love, denial hits Seattle

Ruth McRee (in the foreground, on the left) as Bernarda and Colleen Carey as Angustias rehearse for Frederico Garcia Lorca's ‘The House of Bernarda Alba,’ which will play May 4-19 at The Ballard Underground in Seattle.
Michael Brunk NWLens.com

The ideas of freedom and repression have played out around the world for thousands of years. The Spanish playwright, Frederico Garcia Lorca, explored those themes in "The House of Bernarda Alba."

The play was the last thing the Spaniard penned before he was assassinated in 1936, after General Franco and his military regime took power in that country.

The House of Bernarda Alba will be performed in Seattle by an all-female cast.

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