Four Key Plays: The Audience, Blood Wedding, Yarma, The House of Bernarda Alba
Hardback | Mar 2019 | Hackett Publishing | 228pp | 216x140mm | TXT | AUD$62.00, NZD$72.99
Paperback | Mar 2019 | Hackett Publishing | 9781624667756 | 228pp | 216x140mm | TXT | AUD$26.95, NZD$32.99
In addition to a substantial introduction to the life and works of Federico García Lorca — avant-garde poet, playwright, and soul of Spain’s 'Generation of '27' — this collection features vibrant new English translations of four of his plays.
The legacy of a dramatic, religious, and social iconoclast who died a martyr of the left in Civil-War Spain and who today is also embraced as a gay icon shines through Michael Kidd’s stage-worthy new renderings of Yerma, Blood Wedding, The House of Bernarda Alba and a less-famous play: The Audience, a kaleidoscopic exploration of sexual identity and theatre.