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Olives and Blood

Saturday, October 4, 2014
8:00pm – 10:00pm

Storrs Campus
Nafe Katter Theatre

It is said in Spain that the dead are more alive than the day they were born. So it is for the presumed murderer of Federico Garcia Lorca, Juan Luis Trescante Medina. 60 years after Lorca’s unsolved death, the aging fascist, Trescante, fights to hold onto the myth of an execution that has defined his life but failed to silence the great poet. In Spain, sixty years is little more than a breath, and a reckoning is all but inevitable. Directed by Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor, Gary M. English, this new play by UConn Associate Professor Michael Bradford investigates the repression of the artist in times of political upheaval, and the power of a poetic voice that resonates beyond the confines of the flesh.


Connecticut Repertory Theatre (primary), Dramatic Arts, First Year Programs & Learning Communities, Human Rights Institute, UConn Master Calendar

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