Dona Rosita the spinster
a classic tale of love and loss from one of the most brilliant minds of Spanish theater, Federico García Lorca.
At the turn of the 19th century, a young woman from Granada sees her happiness truncated when her fiancée leaves for America. Despite the distance, she waits for his unlikely return—growing older and watching her dreams fade with time.
Teatro Prometeo’s treatment of the play remains true to Lorca’s original text, but offers up avant-garde blocking and movement, minimalist set design, and rich period costumes and accessories. It also emphasizes the humor within the tragic drama.
Directed by the renowned Gonzalo Rodríguez, it stars two great artistic pillars of our community, Cristina Rebull and Vivian Ruiz, alongside 13 lead actors and 10 ensemble members. But the “main character” of the play is Father Time, exhibiting his cruel and relentless passage
Performance in Spanish.
July 14, 15, 16 and 21, 22, 23.