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Blood Wedding Essay | Critical Essay #3

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Critical Essay #3

In the following essay, Molarsky provides an overview of the countries that performed Lorca's plays for his 700'* birthday commemoration.

A spate of international productions serve up the passionate depths of Garcia Lorca's plays.

Three days before opening night, New York's Gramercy Park Theater is dark inside. It's so black you have to feel your way down the aisle. Then a soft, dream-like spot appears upstage left and gradually brightens.

"A little more, just a little more!" calls director Rene Buch from the depths of the balcony. "Yes. Perfect. Que bonita!" he laughs, shifting into Spanish. A young man walks downstage, draped in white chiffon. "Do you like it, Flor?" he asks Buch, doing a slow turn. "No. No quiero! It looks like Carole Lombard," Buch complains to the costume designer. In a minute she's up on stage, snipping and pinning the fabric.

Tonight is the pre-dress rehearsal...

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