Lope de Vega's Like Sheep to Water, or Fuente Ovejuna is set to close Trinity Repertory Company's season. Translated and adapted by Curt Columbus and directed by Mark Valdez, the production runs through June 11.
The show is described as follows: "In 15th-century Spain, a menacing Commander terrorizes a small town's citizens — especially the women. Pushed to their limit, the people of Fuente Ovejuna rise up against their oppressor in a fierce act of unity and bravery. Based on actual events, the story was immortalized by one of Spain's greatest and most influential Golden Age dramatists."
Featured in the cast are Stephen Berenson, Angela Brazil, Anita Castillo-Halvorssen, Octavia Chavez-Richmond, Timothy Crowe, Janice Duclos, Daniel Duque-Estrada, Benjamin Grills, Orlando Hernández, Marcel Mascaro, Johnathan Olivera, Fred Sullivan Jr., Rachael Warren, Joe Wilson Jr. The ensemble includes Angelique Dina, Kafui Glover, Wenricka Griffith, Valearie Kane, Yanasia Tarr, and Bedros Kevorkian.
The artistic team includes Jerediah Gonzalez (music direction), Michael McGarty (set design), Garry Lennon (costume design), Peter Sasha Hurowitz (sound design), Karin Olson (lighting design), Craig Handel (fight choreography), Emily Christoffersen (wig design), and S. Michael Getz (properties design). Patricia Ybarra is the dramaturg, Addie Gorlin the assistant director, and Kristen Gibbs the stage manager.
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