By Alexandre Dumas, Adapted by Charles Fechter and James O’Neill, Additional restoration by William Davies King for Peter Sellars Director: Marcela Lorca Scenic Designer: Sibyl Wickersheimer Costume Designer: Ana Kuzmanic Lighting Designer: Karin Olson Composer/Sound Designer: Sarah Pickett Dramaturg: Lydia G. Garcia Voice & Text: Rebecca Clark Carey Fight Director: Christopher DuVal* Stage Manager: Moira Gleason* Assistant Stage Manager: Roxana Khan* Cast: Edmond Dantes: Al Espinosa […]
Some words from Marcela. Below you’ll find speeches, interviews, technical writings for actors, and articles.
By Kelundra Smith In Wajdi Mouawad’s thriller Scorched twins Janine and Simon discover the truth of their origins after their deceased mother leaves them each a letter. One letter contains clues about the father they thought was deceased and the other information about the older brother that they never knew existed. The play is the […]
Lorca leaped at the chance to direct The Clean House at Juilliard. “It combined so many things I love. I wanted to direct a comedy because I’ve directed my share of tragedies lately,” she told The Journal. “It’s got great female roles. And it addressed the issue of cultures and encounters between cultures, and I was very interested in that.”
Blood Wedding by Federico Garcia Lorca was
Performed at the Guthrie Lab and Missouri Repertory Theater, 2000-2001.
A poem about Blood Wedding
There is the story we happen to live… the one we weave… but there are also the stories we imagine
the stories we make up and the stories that appear in our dreams…
Speech given by Marcela Lorca at the opening of “The Buddha Prince”, a play based on the Dalai Lama’s life directed by Markell Kiefer. The event was sponsored by the University of Minnesota Center for Spirituality and Healing in its launch of a new Arts and Healing Initiative.
Minnesota Landscape Arboretum – 9/13/2009