Live Source presents 'Bohemian Lights'
Through a groundbreaking integration of film with live theatre, ‘Bohemian Lights’ unravels a dark whirlwind satire of political Spain and her starving artists.
Set in 1975 Madrid, Bohemian Lights chronicles the last night poet Max Estrella’s life, as he wanders through a city mired in corruption and political unrest.
This production represents the world premiere of a new adaptation of Ramón Valle-Inclán’s masterwork Luces de Bohemia, the English-language U.S. premiere, and only the second ever U.S. production in any capacity.
- After Ramón Valle-Inclán’s Luces de Bohemia. Adapted by Live Source with Fernando Gonzalez. With Andrew Bridges, Kate DaRocha, Lori Felipe-Barkin, Jose Mercado, Kevin Michael Murphy & Dylan Wittrock.
- Director: Tyler Mercer. Choreographer: José Rivera Jr. Produced by Live Source.
- Set: Alan Brincks and Tyler Mercer Costumes: Michelle Persoff. Lights: Joanna Emmott. Sound: Shawn Durbin. Additional Music: Neil Quillen. Video: Mark Costello. Dramaturgy: Fernando Gonzalez. Production Stage Manager: Alan Brincks. Film Cinematography: David Baloche. Additional Video: Quinlan Orear. Production Assistants: Adriane Moreno & Molly Tellekson.