New York City
House of Bernarda Alba is Arcos Azules’ production of Lorca’s early 20th Century classic about the repressive domination of a Spanish matriarch and her daughters’ desperate attempts to escape her
suffocating grasp. The play is directed by Janine Kehlenbach and produced by Kurt Lewis. A live Flamenco Guitarist highlights the staging and evoke Lorca’s native Andulucia, Spain.
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