Bohemian Lights

Choreographic Style: Post Modern, Flamenco, Contact

     Bohemian Lights is the story of Max Estrella, a blind poet, on the last night of his life. In the streets of Madrid, the city is self­destructing, the country on the verge of revolution. It is a cold November, 1975. Through a groundbreaking integration of film with live theatre, Bohemian Lights unravels a dark whirlwind satire of political Spain and her starving artists. This production represents the world premiere of a new adaptation of Ramón Valle­Inclán’s masterwork Luces de Bohemia, the English­language U.S. premiere, and only the second ever U.S. production in any capacity.

After Ramón Valle­Inclán’s Luces de Bohemia

Adapted by Live Source with Fernando Gonzalez

Originally created in collaboration with Chris Dieman, Georgia Johnson, Fernando Gonzalez, Tyler Mercer & Adam C. Reid.
   
Featuring performances by Daniel Capote, Jesse Friedman, Timothy Mele, Jorge Morales­Picó, Ramón Olmos Torres, Gerianne Pérez & Scheherazade Quiroga

Directed by Tyler Mercer

Choreographed by José Rivera Jr.