Fuente Ovejuna
by Lope de Vega
Directed by Andy Goldberg
(Translation by Adrian Mitchell)

June 14th- July 3rd 2009
at Clemente Soto Velez

 

Featured:

Katherine Barron, Marisa Dargahi, Andres DeVengoechea, Ivette Dumeng, Alex Dunbar, David Henry Gerson, Jorge Hoyos, Seth James, Elliot Joseph, Justin Maruri, David Powers, Michael Rosete, Ina M. Smith, Galit Sperling, Jacob Troy and Nick Walkonis.

 

Stage Manager: Beth Stegman
Set Design: Shoko Kambara
Lighting Design: Aaron Spivey
Sound Design: Sandra Rubio

Costume Design: Amelia Dombrowski

Vocal Coach: Jennifer Sherron Stock

Fight Choreography: Bryce Bermingham
Production Consultant: Rich Abrams

 

 

Review:

“This production of Fuente Ovejuna has within it much that can resonate with a contemporary audience, not only about torture and the waging of fruitless wars, but about how people, in the name of collective values, can resist the abuses of imperial power. There is much to like here!”

– Michael Bettencourt

 

“Directed by Andy Goldberg. The town of Fuente Ovejuna  brutalized by a tyrannical commander, falls on the shoulders of a young woman to ignite a rebellion. Nylon Fusion Collective had a very exciting season: The support shown to Nylon by Paul Haggis, John P Shanley and even Robert Zuckerman from the New York State Council of the Arts among many others was, and is, astounding. “