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Yaël Farber directs Lorca’s intense rural revenge tragedy
Federíco Garcia Lorca’s ‘Blood Wedding’ is a fringe staple that’s not had a major revival in years. Now, following on from the transatlantic success of the Young Vic’s recent production of Lorca’s ‘Yerma’, here comes a new version of this bleak rural revenge tragedy, adapted by Irish playwright Marina Carr (‘By the Bog of Cats’) and directed by the great South African Yaël Farber, whose overwhelmingly intense style is perfectly suited to the great tragedies.
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