BODAS DE SANGRE

BODAS DE SANGRE (BLOOD WEDDING)

by Federico Garcia Lorca adapted by Ross Brown

‘Bodas De Sangre’ is an adaptation of the Lorca classic of the same name. Translated into English as ‘Blood Wedding’, Lorca’s tragedy is set in rural Spain in the 1930s and focusses on a woman and the two men who love her.

It was written in 1932 and first performed at Teatro Beatriz in Madrid in March 1933.

Theatre critics often group Blood Wedding with Lorca's Yerma and The House of Bernarda Alba as the "rural trilogy".

AWARDS

BRISTOL

Winning Youth Group

Overall Winning Production (non-opting)

Best Costume

Best Moment in Theatre : The Tree

Most Promsing Youth : Rhiannon Williamson

Best Director : Ross Brown

Nomination of sound for Adjudicator's Award

AVON

Overall Winning Production (The Alexander Trophy)

Overall Winning Youth Group (AAD Award for Youth Dramma)

Adjudicators Choice : Aaliyah Wilmot

The Ruth Perrett Award (Costume)

Denning Award for Youth (Encouragement)

West Town Workshop Theatre for Youth (Most promising Youth Performance) : Rhiannon Williamson

Nominated for Ridchard Brayshaw Cop (Technical Award)

Ross Brown nominated for Adjudicator's Award : Concept of the 3 woodcutters)

DIRECTOR/PRODUCER

Ross Brown

CAST

Bride : Aaliyah Wilmot
Bridegroom : Sam Francom
Mother : Rhiannon Williamson
Leonardo : Jake Palmer
Mother in Law : Lauren Soper
Father : Louis Cowell
Servant : Immie Hutchins
Neighbour : Olivia Press
Death : Lillie Brownlie
Woodcutter 1 : Ryan Carroll
Woodcutter 2 : Dan Gregor
Woodcutter 3 : Louis Cowell
Moon : Immie Hutchins, Lauren Soper, Abi Hurford, Ryan Carroll, Dan Gregor, Louis Cowell, Olivia Press

CREW

Stage Manager : Kirk Clifford
Lighting : Kirk Clifford

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