In an isolated village, a bride is visited on her wedding day by her former lover. This act of rebellion sparks a sequence of events that will shock everyone, from the flower girls to the vengeful Moon above. In a translation by Langston Hughes, Federico García Lorca’s iconic Andalusian tale explodes notions of violence, desire, shared history, and community – reminding us that the only undeniable truths are love, death, and change.
Incorporating live music, dance, and art installation from a host of creative collaborators, The Williams Project’s Blood Wedding is not just a piece of theatre. It’s a play, a block party with food and drink, a concert with a dance floor, a communal gathering space for friends and strangers.