Classical Theater

Premiere at the Thalia Theater, New York, United States, 2010
by The Cross Border Project and Thalia Theater
HOLA Award
(Hispanic Organization for Latin Actors) for the most outstanding production in New York in 2011
ACE Award
(The Association of Latin Entertainment Critics) for the best classical theater show of 2011
Special Mention from the Almagro Off jury in 2011

First professional show by Lucía Miranda. It was considered by Univisión as “one of the best productions that Latin theater in New York has seen in many years”. It premiered in New York, touring Spain’s classical theater festivals.

The play is a version of Lope de Vega’s Fuente Ovejuna, set in the context of the femicides of Ciudad Juárez. The women farm workers become sweatshop workers, the Knight Commander is a drug kingpin and the figure of the monarchs is replaced by the voice of the President of Mexico, acting as a deus ex machina.

It had various musical scenes executed by the women’s Mariachi group Flor de Toloache and an artistic team that included 10 different nationalities.

Production Concept and directed by Lucía Miranda
Dramaturgy: Sergio Adillo
Cast: Sergio Adillo, Ferrán Arís, Melinna Bobadilla, Andrés Martínez, Efraín Rodríguez, Laura Santos, María-Itzel Siegrist, Victoria Tapias Guzmán
Music: Mariachi Flor de Toloache (Mireya Ramos: directora musical, vocalista y violín / Shae Fiol: vocalista, guitarra y vihuela /Verónica Medellín: guitarrón )
Light designer: Fabricio Saquicela
Sound space: Déborah Gross
Choreographer: Mario Bermúdez Gil
Stage Fight: Amos Marguiles y María Itzel Siegrist
Management in Spain: Verónica Parizzi
Educational Projects: Itziar Alonso
Poster designer: La Industria Visual
Photographer: Isabel Cádenas, Valentina Ricardi y Cecilia Vallejo