On a hiatus while curating the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Festival’s 2019 Mishima season
2018 productions directed by David Kaplan included Garcia Lorca’s Doña Rosita and Shakespeare’s The Tragedie of Anthonie, and Cleopatra.
Lubbock, Texas and Provincetown
Above: June 2018. Rosita (Malana Wilson) in Lubbock, Texas.
Below: Anna Ruth Aaron-deSpain (the Housekeeper) and Zaira Cervantes (the aunt). Photos by Ride Hamilton
Below: Doña Rosita rehearsing in Lubbock, Texas. Left to right: Esperanza Gonzales, Fernando Ramirez, Malāna Wilson, Anna Ruth Aaron-DeSpain.
Below: Lorca and his sister Isabella in 1914, when Federico was 16.
The Tragedie of Anthonie, and Cleopatra ( Part I )—up to the traditional Act III, scene 2—was presented in Provincetown in September 2017. Photos by Ride Hamilton below. Ghana’s Abena Takyi as one of five Cleopatras. Everett Quinton as another. Part II was staged in Accra, Ghana in May 2018 and in Provincetown, Massachusetts in September 2018.