The show will have a special one-night-only performance on Friday, 28 November, 8 p.m., at the Instituto Cervantes Open-Air Theatre along TM Kalaw Street, Manila, that's open to the public. Admission is free on a first-come-first served basis.
Poet-playwright Federico Garcia Lorca’s well-known classic on matriarchal domination and sexual repression was written in 1936 and set in a remotely arid village in Spain. It is a riveting domestic tragedy that explores the conflict between the struggle for honor and dignity, if in a twisted way, against the pursuit of passion and the freedom to love and be loved.
The play features Dramatis Personae stalwart Linda Lupton as Bernarda, supported by the LCCM School of Performing Arts and Arte.Comm ensemble, namely Sam Lanuza, K-cee Binarao, Channa de Guzman, Jinky Espiritu, Cristina Lupton, Wilklean Regalado, Joana Dizon, Dennie Dema-ala, Pam Tubana and Yolanda Pino as Maria Josefa.
With arts grants by Barcelo Café and Camp Suki, "La Casa de Bernarda Alba" is stage-managed by Diah Mae Abida, with production design by Lito Casaje, Jinky Espiritu and Lito Perez.
For inquiries and reservations, call 5261482-85 local 110, 0906-4974025, 0928-2070827, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.