By Enrique Granados
December 7 – 18, 2016
at GALA Hispanic Theatre
Honoring the centennial of its première and composer Granados’ death– a cloak-and-dagger story of mistaken betrayals spins with the passion of Spanish dance. Inspired by Francisco de Goya’s paintings, this opera-ballet is rarely seen in America. Paintings come to life in writer Elizabeth Pringle’s new adaptation, coupled with Manuel de Falla’s Seven Spanish Popular Songs. Stage Director & Choreographer: Jaime Coronado, Conductor/Pianist: Carlos César Rodríguez. Click here to MEET THE ARTISTS.
Wed 12/7 at 7:30pm; Sat 12/10 at 8pm; Sun 12/11 at 2:30pm*; Sat 12/17 at 8pm; Sun 12/18 at 7pm
*Snow Dates: 12/12 and 12/19 at 7pm
General: $46 Senior (65+): $43 Student: $23. Group (8+) 10% discount.
*AUDIENCE DIALOGUE for “Goyescas”
DATE: Sunday, December 11, 2016
TIME: Following the 2:30pm Performance
PLACE: GALA Hispanic Theatre