HISPANIC GOLDEN AGE CLASSICS
SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER 2023
Presented in collaboration with Repertorio Español and Diversifying the Classics | UCLA. A Hispanic Classic in a world premiere English translation, based on the same episode of Cervantes’s novel as the lost Fletcher/Shakespeare work Cardenio.
The Hispanic Golden Age offers one of the most vibrant theatrical repertoires ever produced. At the same time that England saw the flourishing of Shakespeare on the Elizabethan and Jacobean stage and in the decades that followed, Spanish-speaking playwrights including Lope de Vega, Tirso de Molina, Ana Caro, Sor Juana, and Calderón de la Barca flourished on the continent and in the New World. Many of the works created during this time have still not been translated into English.
This season, we're celebrating DON QUIXOTE. Únete al espectáculos! Join the show!!
This series is supported by the Cultural Office of the Embassy of Spain.
DON QUIXOTE EVENTS
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2023
An interactive discussion hosted by Nathan Winkelstein with scholars Barbara Fuchs, Robin Kello, and Laura Munoz, Red Bull Theater Founder & Artistic Director Jesse Berger, Repertorio Español Artistic Director Rafael Sánchez, and members of UCLA's Diversifying the Classics.
BULL SESSION DISCUSSION
Following the in-person Revelation Reading
An interactive discussion of the play and its themes with members of the creative teams.