Theatre History Podcast # 30
Dr. Esther Fernandez Introduces us to the Siglo de Oro Festival at Chamizal
For over forty years, artists and scholars have gathered at Chamizal National Memorial to perform, study, and celebrate works from the Siglo de Oro, the Spanish golden age that brought us the work of Calderon, Lope de Vega, and Cervantes, among many others. Dr. Esther Fernandez of Rice University joins us to talk about the festival, as well as Siglo de Oro’s place in American theatre.
- Learn about the Siglo de Oro Festival at Chamizal, as well as the 2017 program.
- Find out how you can become more involved with the festival through Los Paisanos de El Chamizal, a non-profit organization formed to support it.
- Explore the world of Siglo de Oro drama in performance at the website for the Association for Hispanic Classical Theater.
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