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    "Blood Wedding" by Federico Garcia Lorca

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    April 28 - May 9, 2010


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    Boston University School of Theatre and STAMP present one of the most powerful and innovative plays of the last century. Lorca wrote his best known play years after reading a newspaper account of a young bride who abandoned her husband-to-be to escape with her sweetheart. This highly physical, new adaptation of the surrealistic tragedy of fate explores the forces outside of human control that enable everyday people, caught in the throes of...

    Boston University School of Theatre and STAMP present one of the most powerful and innovative plays of the last century. Lorca wrote his best known play years after reading a newspaper account of a young bride who abandoned her husband-to-be to escape with her sweetheart. This highly physical, new adaptation of the surrealistic tragedy of fate explores the forces outside of human control that enable everyday people, caught in the throes of passion, to behave in ways they never dreamed possible. Presented in an alternative theatre space: a large hallway of a building that was once a car dealership.


    The Fuller Building 4th Floor

    808 Commonwealth Avenue
    Boston, MA 02134

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    Admission Info:

    FREE! (Seating is limited, call for reservations)


    General Day and Time Info:

    All performances begin at 8PM


    phone: (845) 313-4000


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    • Event Name: "Blood Wedding" by Federico Garcia Lorca
      5 out of 5 stars rating "Fantastic!"
      Review posted by: M.W. from Boston, MA USA, May 05, 2010

      I cannot recommend this show enough. The audience experience is incredible: here is the kind of innovation and creativity that can be so rare in theatre. Take advantage of the fact that this is... Expand

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