With Central Park as the stage, Spanish actors in New York perform scenes from Spanish classical and contemporary plays.
Coming in 2022. The Dark Stone (La Piedra Oscura) by Alberto Conejero is a pulsing story of difference and reconciliation set against the turmoil of Spain’s Civil War.
The third edition of this series returns to the stage with works by contemporary Spanish playwrights Luis Fernando de Julián, Lucía Carballal and Jordi Casanovas—all directed by U.S.-based directors.
The second edition of this series presents works in a virtual format by contemporary Spanish playwrights and directed by US-based directors.
Director and Playwright Darío Facal conducted free acting workshops, focusing on material from his stage adaptations of Dangerous Liaisons by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos and Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad.
The annual series brings together the latest voices from Spain. The 2019 edition included Alfredo Sanzol, Paco Bezerra, and Juan Mayorga.
Spotlight on Contemporary Spanish Theater: Women Dramatists features work by Yolanda García Serrano, Laila Ripoll, and Paloma Pedrero.
The annual series returns to Instituto Cervantes to showcase the latest contemporary work from Spain, including El Minuto del Payaso by J. R Fernández, Fernando Soto & Luis Bermejo; Liberto by Gemma Brió; and Dark Stone by Alberto Conejero.
Award-winning Spanish actor and playwright Juan Diego Botto’s latest work is a revealing look at the issue of (im)migration from the perspectives of those who have experienced the loneliness, loss, and ultimate resolve.
This year's series includes new work from Juan Mayorga, José Padilla, Alberto Conejero, Blanca Doménech, Paco Bezerra and Juan Diego Botto.