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.