The Love of Don Perlimplin and Belisa In the Garden

Written by Federico Garcia Lorca 15
Directed by Ekaterina Vetrova (Shestakova)
Co-production of OUK Theatre and U of O Theatre Department
Premire: December 2nd, 2009

The Love of Don Perlimplin and Belisa in the Garden is a comic farce that descends rapidly into tragedy. Several classic themes run through the play, chiefly love, or more accurately the self-destructive nature of intense love. Lorca’s play is filled with beautiful Spanish poetry, passion of Flamenco dance, and shadows of Sprites who carry on the tale of love.

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The Two Maple Trees

Written by Eugene Shwartz 26
Fairy-tale in Three Acts
Directed by Ekaterina Vetrova (Shestakova)
Premire: January 17th, 2009

On their thirteenth birthdays Vasilisa’s eldest sons ran away from home on a quest to fight and conquer the evils of the world. Unfortunately, both were trapped in deep dark forest by Baba-Yaga and were turned into two maple trees. After realizing that her sons had gotten themselves into serious trouble, Vasilisa embarks on a journey to find her missing children…