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FEDERICO GARCÍA LORCA
TRANSLATED BY DIRECTED BY
ERIN EARLE FLEMING
Original Music and Sound Design Technical Director Production Dramaturg Stage Manager
IAN SCOT ALEXANDRA REYNOLDS JOSH GOULDING CAITLIN O’ROURKE
This version of Federico García Lorca’s Blood Wedding is produced by special arrangement with Casanovas & Lynch Agencia Literaria on behalf of the Estate of Federico García Lorca. © Herederos de Federico Garcia Lorca.
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Cast in alphabetical order
The Groom SEBASTIAN ARBOLEDA The Mother LAUREN E. BANKS The Young Woman The Girl MARIÉ BOTHA The Third Young Woman The Third Woodsman The Neighbor PATRICIA FA’ASUA The First Young Man The Mother-in-Law FRANCESCA FERNANDEZ McKENZIE The Second Young Man Leonardo BARBARO GUZMAN Woodsman, Others REBECCA HAMPE JENNIFER SCHMIDT The Bride SYDNEY LEMMON The Father, The Moon JAKE RYAN LOZANO The Wife STEPHANIE MACHADO The Maid ELIZABETH STAHLMANN
SETTING Rural Andalusia, Spain, 1920s THERE WILL BE ONE TEN-MINUTE INTERMISSION. 6
Music from the Deep In August, 1936, outside Viznar, a village five miles from Granada, Spain, Federico García Lorca was tied to an olive tree, shot, and left in a ditch. The famed poet and playwright was a leftwing homosexual, so was a natural target of the newly instated Fascist regime under Francisco Franco. His body has never been found. A year before his death, Lorca wrote, “The Gitano is the loftiest, most profound and aristocratic element of my country, the most deeply representative of its mode, the very keeper of the glowing embers, blood, and alphabet of Andalusian and universal truth.” Gitano mythology and its performance mode, flamenco, permeate Lorca’s art. Throughout his works, we see images which form a symbology of rural Andalusian religion— knives, horses, the moon—and we hear t h e “d e e p so n g ,” the flamenco ballad characterized by death and anguish, sung by the Gitano cantaor, who is the voice of his persecuted, nomadic race, and the keeper of its myths. 7
Myth demands ritual, and the cante jondo is the quintessential ritual of flamenco. Symbolism, style, characters, and themes combine to create this deep song of rapturous suffering which sets the immediate sensuality of life against the inevitability of mortality. The performer of cantao jondo is not simply singing about his suffering, however, neither is he affecting a style which sounds like he is suffering. Rather, his song is his suffering. Cantaores often boast of tasting their own blood. Merely read, Blood Wedding is so sensual you can almost taste it, a feeling redoubled in a blaze of the senses when those words are embodied by actors on stage. It is Lorca’s cante jondo: a deep song of beauty and sorrow sung by the voice of his people. The artist lies fo rg o t t e n i n a n unmarked grave, but we can take solace from the fact that Lorca’s poetry sings to eternity, and of life everlasting. —JOSH GOULDING, PRODUCTION DRAMATURG STATUE OF FEDERICO GARCÍA LORCA IN THE PLAZA DE SANTA ANA IN MADRID BY JULIO LÓPEZ HERNÁNDEZ, 1986.
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Cast SEBASTIAN ARBOLEDA (THE GROOM) is a third-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where he has been seen in Amy and the Orphans, The Oresteia, and Preston Montfort—An American Tragedy. Other credits include Leonce and Lena, Episode #121: Catfight (Yale Cabaret); Romeo and Juliet, Fool for Love, Lobster Alice (California State University, Long Beach); and Lemon Boots (Hollywood Fringe). Sebastian holds a degree in performance and organizational communication from California State University, Long Beach. LAUREN E. BANKS (THE MOTHER) is a third-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where her credits include Some Bodies Travel, Macbeth, This Land Was Made, Fucking A, and Clybourne Park. Other credits include Harriet Tells It Like It Is (Capital Rep), Edgar and Annabel (Studio Theatre), and The Container (Baltimore Center Stage). Lauren holds a BFA in acting from Howard University, and trained in Balinese Mask and Taksu with Aole Miller and Wayan Dibia. MARIÉ BOTHA (THE YOUNG WOMAN, THE GIRL, THE THIRD YOUNG WOMAN, THE THIRD WOODSMAN) is a second-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where she has been seen in New Domestic Architecture. Originally from South Africa, she had two recurring roles on the television drama Erfsondes. Other credits include Slouch (Yale Cabaret); Alice in Wonderland, Antarctica! Which is to Say Nowhere (Yale Summer Cabaret); and Cate in Sarah Kane’s Blasted (Duo Theatre). She holds a BFA in acting from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and studied at The Meisner Studio.
PATRICIA FA’ASUA (THE NEIGHBOR, THE FIRST YOUNG MAN) is a second-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where her credits include New Domestic Architecture. Originally from California, she played Helena in Shakespeare Orange County’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Patricia studied acting at MiraCosta College and the Gately/Poole Acting Conservatory. BARBARO GUZMAN (LEONARDO) is a second-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where his credits include Our Lady of 121st Street. Other credits include Cloud Tectonics (Yale Cabaret). He has appeared in productions at Times Square Arts, Manhattan Repertory Theatre, and Cabrini Repertory Theater, among others, as well as several independent films. He is a graduate of the William Esper Studio Conservatory. barbaroguzman.com
REBECCA HAMPE (WOODSMAN, OTHERS) has been seen in The Skin of Our Teeth and Women Beware Women at Yale School of Drama, and The Commencement of William Tan at Yale Cabaret, and Antarctica! Which is to Say Nowhere at Yale Summer Cabaret. She has performed in Mousetrap (Great Lakes Theater Festival), at the New Ground Theater Festival (Cleveland Play House), and the American Shakespeare Center, where she was part of their Acting Apprentice Company. Rebecca has a BM in voice. 9
SYDNEY LEMMON (THE BRIDE) is a third-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where her credits include The Oresteia, The Children, The Merchant of Venice, Tiny, and Fucking A. Previous credits include Quartet, Sister Sandman Please, The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (Yale Cabaret); Alice in Wonderland (Yale Summer Cabaret); Rancho Mirage, Romeo and Juliet, Animal Farm (Olney Theatre Center); Othello (Actors Shakespeare Project); and The Tempest (Cape Verde National Theatre). Education: BFA, Boston University; London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts; British American Drama Academy; Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts. JAKE RYAN LOZANO (THE FATHER, THE MOON) is a second-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where he was seen in Our Lady of 121st Street. He previously worked with Williamstown Theatre Festival and Great River Shakespeare Festival. He holds a BFA in acting from the University of Oklahoma, and received the National Irene Ryan Acting Award at the 2014 Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.
STEPHANIE MACHADO (THE WIFE) is a second-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where she has been seen in Amy and the Orphans. Other credits include Cloud Tectonics at Yale Cabaret. She holds a BFA in acting from Southern Methodist University, where she appeared in The Women, Black Snow, and Middletown, among others. She is a graduate of New World School of the Arts in Miami, Florida. stephaniemmachado.com
FRANCESCA FERNANDEZ McKENZIE (THE MOTHER-IN-LAW, THE SECOND YOUNG MAN) is a second-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where she has been seen in Our Lady of 121st Street. Other credits include Salt Pepper Ketchup by Josh Wilder (Yale Cabaret). She also was a mentor and the Presidential Public Service Fellow for the Dwight/Edgewood Project in 2016. She is a proud member of the School’s Asian and Asian American affinity group, Asian Potluck, and the School’s first Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Working Group. She is an ensemble member of both Cripple Creek Theatre Company and Goat in the Road Productions in New Orleans.
JENNIFER SCHMIDT (WOODSMAN, OTHERS) is a DFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where her dramaturgy credits include Hedda Gabler, The Really Big Fat Show, What a Very Pretty Pageant!, Blueberry Toast, and The Two Gentlemen of Verona. She also performed in The Skin of Our Teeth, The Visit, and The Seagull. At Yale Cabaret, she has served as dramaturg for Dutchman and performed in American Gothic, Creation 2011, and Ain’t Gonna Make It. Jennifer received her BA in English from Carleton College and MFA from Yale School of Drama.
Cast ELIZABETH STAHLMANN (THE MAID) is a third-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where she was seen in Amy and the Orphans, The Merchant of Venice, The Oresteia, and Clybourne Park. Her other credits include Knives in Hens (Yale Cabaret); Phaedra’s Love, Midsummer, love holds a lamp in this little room, Orlando (Yale Summer Cabaret); The Real Thing, A Christmas Carol (Guthrie Theater); As You Like It, The Comedy of Errors, Romeo and Juliet (The Acting Company national tour and Off-Broadway); Something Cloudy, Something Clear (Tennessee Williams Festival); The School for Wives, Insatiable Hunger (Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater); God of Vengeance (Marvell Rep); and at Joe’s Pub with Billy Hough.
Creative Team ERIN EARLE FLEMING (LIGHTING DESIGNER) is a second-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where her credits include Macbeth. Other credits include MoonSong (Yale Cabaret); Les Enfants Terribles (Butler Opera Center); Bus Stop, Love and Information (Mary Moody Northern Theatre); Pinocchio, ScienceTricks (ZACH Theatre); Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Doctuh Mistuh Production); How I Became a Pirate (Main Street Theatre); and The Attic Space (Palindrome Theatre). She holds a BA with an emphasis in design from St. Edward’s University.
JOSH GOULDING (PRODUCTION DRAMATURG) is a third-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where his credits include Fucking A and Othello. Other credits as an actor and dramaturg include Styx Songs, I’m with you in Rockland, and Leonce and Lena (Yale Cabaret). Before moving to the US in 2014, he studied theatre at the University of Warwick in his native United Kingdom, and worked on numerous productions throughout the country. Recently, he appeared in MaineStage Shakespeare’s productions of Richard III and All’s Well That Ends Well in Kennebunk, Maine.
KEVIN HOURIGAN (DIRECTOR) is a third-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where he directed Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice and Tiny by Sarah B. Mantell. He is currently serving as Co-Artistic Director of Yale Cabaret, where he has directed Lake Kelsey by Dylan Frederick and I’m with you in Rockland. Additional directing credits include La Cenerentola (Curtis Opera Theater); Talk to me about Shame (New York International Fringe Festival Fringe Award; Syrena Theatre in Warsaw, Poland); Sweeney Todd (Performing Arts Institute); Invisible Plains (Boston University, the Green Gallery in New Haven); Gentlemen of Kentucky by Thomas Daniel Valls (Dixon Place); and Magellanic by A.J. Ditty (Access Theater). As an assistant/associate director, Kevin has worked with directors Rachel Chavkin, Nicky Silver, Jackson Gay, John Jesurun, Laura Savia, and Mike Donahue. Before coming to Yale, Kevin served as the assistant director and as a collaborating writer for Randy Weiner’s immersive cirque11
spectacular Queen of the Night, directed by Christine Jones. He was a member of the Williamstown Theatre Festival Directing Corps in 2012. As an actor, he originated the role of Andrey in Yale School of Drama’s world premiere production of Dmitry Krymov’s The Square Root of Three Sisters at the 2016 International Festival of Arts & Ideas in New Haven. His credits also include Adam Geist and Phaedra’s Love (Yale Summer Cabaret) and American Gothic and I’m with you in Rockland (Yale Cabaret). In New York, Kevin appeared in Jenny Koons’s Odyssey Project and in Jean-Claude van Itallie’s Confessions and Conversations at La MaMa E.T.C.
CHOUL LEE (SCENIC DESIGNER) is a second-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where his credits include The Skin of Our Teeth. Originally from Seoul, South Korea, his designs include Your Story (Sang Myung Theater); LDP Modern Dance (The National Theater); The Snowy Mountains (Mullae Theater at Seoul Arts Center); and Material Man (Towol Theater at Seoul Arts Center). His credits also include several production designs for advertisements and films including The Influence DJC (concept design); Interview with the Vampire (concept design and story board); and Photographer J in Wonderland (production design). Choul holds a BA from Korea National University of Arts, and won the 2006 KOSTAT EXPO (Asia Stage, Costume, Technical Design Contest) and the 2007 UNESCO Prize for the Promotion of the Arts School Exhibit at the Prague Quadrennial. choullee.com COLE McCARTY (COSTUME DESIGNER) is a second-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama. A native Texan his design credits include Loving vs. Virginia, Lydie Breeze, The War Boys (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Reckless (Theatre Three), and the short film Rolling on the Floor Laughing (Official Selection Sundance Film Festival). He has assisted designers such as Catherine Zuber, Emilio Sosa, and Gabriel Berry on various Broadway, off-Broadway, and major regional productions. He holds a BFA in theatre design and technology from University of Evansville.
CAITLIN O’ROURKE (STAGE MANAGER) is a second-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where her credits include Othello and The Skin of Our Teeth. Other credits include Antarctica! Which is to Say Nowhere, Alice in Wonderland (Yale Summer Cabaret); Me, My Mom and Sharmila (Catharsis Productions); Assistance, A Permanent Image, The Mistakes Madeline Made (LiveWire Chicago Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing, Gruesome Playground Injuries (Rasaka Theatre Company); American Storm (Theatre Seven of Chicago); and more. Caitlin has worked regionally at Actors Theatre of Louisville and was the Managing Director of LiveWire Chicago Theatre. She holds a BA in English and theatre from University of Michigan.
ALEXANDRA REYNOLDS (TECHNICAL DIRECTOR) is a third-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama. Her credits include Elevada (assistant properties master), War (assistant technical director), Happy Days (assistant technical 12
Creative Team director), peerless (assistant production manager), and The Moors (assistant production manager), all at Yale Repertory Theatre; A New Saint for a New World, The Defendant, and Knives in Hens at Yale Cabaret. Other credits include International Festival of Arts & Ideas, Spoleto Festival USA, Yale Summer Cabaret, and Goodspeed Musicals. Alix has a BA in theatre arts from Kalamazoo College.
IAN SCOT (ORIGINAL MUSIC AND SOUND DESIGN) is a third-year MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama where his credits include Some Bodies Travel, This Land Was Made, and The Merchant of Venice. Other credits include compositions and sound designs for Purple Eyes and The Little Edelweiss (Proyecto Teatro and touring Texas); Boy Gets Violent (Ars Nova ANTFEST); Dutch Masters, Roberto Zucco, Moon Song, 50:13 (Yale Cabaret); other installations, compositions, and performances at Yale University Art Gallery, Boston Conservatory, Texas A&M University, Florida State University, Midnight Laboratory, A+D Gallery Chicago, and PROP THTR to name a few. Ian is a composer and sound designer specializing in the development of new works. MA, interdiscpinary arts, Columbia College Chicago. NAHUEL TELLERIA (TRANSLATOR) is a DFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where his dramaturgy credits include Women Beware Women, The Rules, and This Fucking Commedia Project. With Catherine Sheehy, he codramaturged Happy Days at Yale Repertory Theatre. Nahuel has acted, directed, and dramaturged at Yale Cabaret, as well as worked for the Dwight/Edgewood Project three years in a row. He has a BA in English and drama/theatre arts from Columbia University, and an MA in humanities from the University of Chicago.
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Scenery Neil Mulligan, Matt Welander, Technical Directors Alan Hendrickson, Electro Mechanical Laboratory Supervisor Eric Sparks, Shop Foreman Matt Gaffney, Ryan Gardner, Sharon Reinhart, Master Shop Carpenters Alex McNamara, Cat Edwards, Shop Carpenters Bryanna Kim, Brian Pacelli, Assistants to the Technical Director
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Blood Wedding by Federico García Lorca, translated by Nahuel Telleria, directed by Kevin Hourigan. Yale School of Drama October 18-22, 2016.