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.
The Heiber family lives in a world that’s plagued by flawed social and political models. Is RONENSBOURGH the answer to all their problems? Beatriz Cabur's highly experimental work attempts to find out.
The four-day music festival features talents from all over the world including the multidisciplinary chamber music ensemble Cre.Art Project; the ensemble Bohemian Trio; the contemporary ensemble Argento Chamber Ensemble; and the composer virtuoso JP Jofre.
The two-day event features timely plays from emerging playwrights in Spain’s contemporary scene, including Miguel del Arco, Aitor Tejada, Paco Becerra, Marta Buchaca, Antonio César Morón, José Manuel Mora, Beatriz Cabur.
Días Estupendos (Wonderful Days) by Alfredo Sanzol employs a series of sketches to evoke summertime memories and examine the fantasies that emerge when we stray from daily routines.
PLAY LOUD! merges the energy of New York City with the talent of musicians from Spain in collaboration with other artists. This season included the violinist Benita Beneitez, the harpsichordist Ignacio Prego, and the flutist Guillermo Laporta.
The annual series featured contemporary work from Spanish playwrights Guillem Clua, Alfredo Sanzol, Cristina Colmena, Mar Gomez Glez, and Emilio Williams.
AENY's first main stage production explored the lives of artists working and dreaming in New York City—through live music, a multidisciplinary ensemble cast, and adaptable set pieces.