LORCAbaret is a parade of human bestiary that evokes Lorca's state of mind in America; with a strong visual impact on racial, sexual, social, and economic discrimination. Lorca's cruel murder is one of the greatest insults to human dignity ever made. The play relates to racial, sexual, social, economic, and political diversity; which in fact is why Lorca was murdered. In this trip to the US, Lorca finds a different reality, one less suffocating than the one he knew back in the Primo De Rivera dictatorship in Spain. He is able to live openly, embracing his sexuality, in a free world, devoid of secrets. During the last stop of his journey, Lorca was in Cuba and loved to spend evenings at the Alhambra Theatre for men.
9:30 Performance restricted to nudist audience only.