Programme for the Internationalization of contemporary Spanish theater authors in the United Kingdom 2020
24 Sep - 3 Dec|
The new Dramaturgy is experiencing a moment of creative and productive expansion. The Spanish Theater Company organizes in London (United Kingdom), with the support of AC/E, a program of productions and dramatized readings by Spanish authors, from classics to contemporary masterpieces. The program is developed through several consolidated cycles and a new one: the IV Cycle of New Spanish Dramaturgy, III Cycle of Spanish Contemporary Theater, II Cycle of approach to the Spanish Golden Age and the I Cycle ‘Learning from our masters’.
The Cervantes Theater is a showcase that shows the best of Spanish-language theater in London. The 2020 program reflects the moment we are experiencing, a moment that demands flexibility, listening, generosity and a change of “scenario”. They have prepared a new format that will be accessible via the Internet from anywhere in the world, in English and Spanish.
IV CYCLE OF NEW SPANISH DRAMATURGY
1.- Tenant (Numancia 9, 2nd) by Paco Gámez, translated by Tim Gutteridge (September 17, 2020)
2.- El paseo de Joe Strummer by Juan Alberto Salvatierra, translated by L. Finch (September 24, 2020)
3.- Taxi Girl by María Velasco translated by Jessica Rainey (October 1, 2020)
4.- The joy of Marilia Samper, translated by Steven Capsuto (October 22, 2020)
III CYCLE OF CONTEMPORARY SPANISH THEATER
5.- The minute of the clown by José Ramón Fernández, translated by Puerto Baker (October 8, 2020)
6.- Atra Bilis by Laila Ripoll, translated by Clare Nimmo (November 5, 2020)
7.- The role to be done by Miguel del Arco, translated by Simon Breden (November 12, 2020)
8.- La Tenderness by Alfredo Sanzol, translated by Simon Breden (November 19, 2020)
II CYCLE APPROACH TO THE CENTURY OF SPANISH GOLD
9.- Nando López’s amorous disappointments on texts by María de Zayas translated by Catherine Boyle (December 17, 2020)
I CYCLE LEARNING FROM OUR CLASSICS
10.- The Public of Lorca (December 3, 2020)
For all details head to the Cervantes Theatre website.