Flamenco, modern and urban dance are mixed in a multidisciplinary artistic proposal presented by dancer Rafael Amargo in his version of Federico García Lorca’s play, Yerma, at the Teatro La Latina from 3 December.
The work brings together stage disciplines such as acting, singing and dancing, as well as different styles such as flamenco and urban dance. Yerma has a single project in which the personal desire and the social mandate to be a mother are intermingled. This is the tragedy in which Federico García Lorca developed a central theme in his work: that of sterility and fertility. Schedules and entries in this link.