Blood Wedding

By Federico García Lorca
Translated by Nahuel Telleria
Directed by Csaba Horváth
October 25, 2017November 19, 2017

Meet the Artists

Cast

Ross Beschler • Woodsman/The Moon
Taysha Canales • The Mother-in-Law/The Maid
Sarah Gliko • Leonardo's Wife
Justin Jain • Woodsman
Jered McLenigan • The Groom
Campbell O Hare • The Bride
Jaylene Clark Owens • The Mother
Brett Robinson • The Neighbor/The Young Woman/Beggar
Matteo Scammell • Woodsman
Lindsay Smiling • Leonardo
Ed Swidey • The Bride's Father

Production Team

Federico Garcia Lorca • Playwright
Nahuel Telleria • Translator
Csaba Horvath • Director & Choreographer
Thom Weaver • Scenic & Lighting Designer
Oana Botez • Costume Designer
Larry D. Fowler, Jr. • Sound Designer
Csaba Ökrös • Composer
Walter Bilderback • Dramaturg
Clayton Tejada • Production Manager
Patreshettarlini Adams • Resident Stage Manager / AEA
Csaba Horvath

Csaba Horvath began his career as the Artistic Director of the Közép-Európa Táncszínház (Central Europe Dance Theater) in Budapest from 1999-2006. In 2001, he created the choreography for American Repertory Theater’s Mother Courage and Her Children, and in 2002 acted as the choreographer and assistant director of Marat/Sade. In 2005, Horváth founded the Forte Company in Budapest. As the Artistic Director, he worked with his resident company of actors to create a unique theatrical language; through use of bodies, voices, dance, music and text. Recent Forte Company productions include Crime and Punishment, The Notebook, Rats, Concerto/String Quartet No. 5, and Your Kingdom. He has served as Artistic Director of the Dance Department at Csokonai Theatre in Debrecen (2006-2008); and Artistic Director of CAFé Budapest Contemporary Art Festival (2011). He also currently serves as the Artistic Director of the Dance Department at Vörösmarty Theatre, Székesfehérvár and is the Leader of Physical Theatre Courses at the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest. Horváth directed the film Tavasz ébredése (Spring Awakening) and acted in such films as Ópium: Egy elmebeteg nő naplója (Opium: Diary of a Madwoman), A fény ösvényei (Paths of Light), and Kút (Well). Horváth has won the following awards for his work: Harangozó Gyula Award (2001), Best Choreographer - Dancers' Association (2003), Imre Zoltán Award (2004), Gundel Award (2004), Hevesi Sándor Award (2006), Lábán Rudolf Award (2006, 2007 and 2017), Best Dancer, Dance Festival, Veszprém (2007), Best Performance - Waiting for Godot, Dance Festival, Veszprém (2011), Sík Ferenc Award - Troilus and Cressida (2011), POSZT Best Director Award - Your Kingdom (2016). Learn more about Csaba Horváth and the Forte Company at www.fortecompany.hu.