Cabaret Barroco: Lively Street Theater From Spain's Golden Age
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Cabaret Barroco: Interludes of Spain’s Golden Age
By Pedro Calderón de la Barca, Luis Quiñones de Benavente, Jerónimo de Cáncer, Agustín Moreto, Francisco de Quevedo and Francisco Bernardo de Quirós
Adaptation by Mar Zubieta and Francisco Rojas
Music composed by David Peralto and Alberto Granados
Dramaturgy and Direction by José Luis Arellano García
English Translation by David Johnston
Produced in collaboration with Acción Sur S.L. from Spain
About the Ticket Supplier: GALA Hispanic Theatre
Founded in 1976, GALA (Grupo de Artistas Latino Americanos - Group of Latin American Artists) Hispanic Theatre has long been a groundbreaking and energetic "theater wiht a different accent," presenting classical and contemporary plays in Spanish and English, plus an accompanying program of dance, music, poetry, spoken word, art and, more recently, film.