A Kathak interpretation of the classic play by Federico Garcia Lorca.
The anguishing story of Yerma, who suffers heart breaking social torment of a childless marriage that forces her to commit a horrific and an irrevocable act.
Lorca’s savage yet poetical lyrical play set in rural patriarchal and religiously repressive Spain is transposed to an inner city British community.
zeroculture return to mac after their groundbreaking production of Find Me Amongst The Black with another controversial subject in a co-production with Amina Khayyam, who continues to push the boundaries of her dance-form.
Choreography and principal performer: Amina Khayyam
Dramaturgy: Hardial Rai /zeroculture
Original music: Tarun Jasani
Costume and design: Keith Khan
Dancers: Iris Chan, Lucy Teed, Seetal Gahir & Amina Khayyam
Musicians: Debasish Mukherjee (tabla), Lucy Rahman (vocals)
James Barralet (cello)
Lighting and production : Stuart Walton
- Ticket Price
- £12.00 (£10.00)
Thu 24 Oct 20138:00pm
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