Next Up! Ochre House Theater & The 2017 Dallas Flamenco Festival Present: 

PICASSO: MATADOR DE MÁLAGA


Written and Directed by Matthew Posey, in collaboration with The 2017 Dallas Flamenco Festival

Ticket Information

ADMISSION: $25 AT THE DOOR

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PICASSO: MATADOR DE MÁLAGA is intended for patrons 18+.
All tickets are non-refundable.
*Students must present a current student id card at the door, to receive a student discount.*
Due to the respect and nature of live performance, we are not able to offer late seating. Please arrive on time to ensure a seat. House opens at 7:45pm, for evening performances, and 2pm for Sat matinees. Reserved seats are subject to be released at showtime. Thank you for your patronage and your understanding.

Show Schedule

Wednesday 06/21/17 – 07/01/17 – Wed – Sat at 8:15 P.M.

Saturday Matinees: 06/24/2017 & 07/01/17 at 2:30

About The Show

Ochre House Theater & The 2017 Dallas Flamenco Festival

are pleased to present the world premiere of PICASSO: MATADOR DE MÁLAGA, written and directed by Matthew Posey. Embark on a journey into the rich mind of Pablo Picasso, one of the 20th century’s most iconic and famous painters. With a mind filled with Saints, Monsters and Lovers, Picasso was driven to express his unique view of the world into a new form and style of painting that changed the face of art. His inspiration came from the vibrant world around him. He was tortured by the loss of his little sister from cholera as a child, but from his adventures from Málaga to Paris and around the world, and from his torrid love affairs and marriages, Picasso read the world as a Matador reads the movement of a Bull. World class Flamencos, Antonio Arrebola (Bailaor) and Delilah Arrebola (Bailaora), Alfonso Cid (Cantaor), Calvin Hazen (Guitarrista), and an incredible ensemble of some of the best actors in Dallas, create a visual and aural feast of vignettes that paint the unforgettable life force of the true Matador of Málaga, Pablo Picasso. PICASSO: MATADOR DE MÁLAGA written and directed by Matthew Posey. June 21 – July 01, 2017.

Featuring
Antonio Arrebola (Bailaor)
Delilah Arrebola (Bailaora)
Alfonso Cid (Cantaor)
Calvin Hazen (Guitarrista)
Danielle Bondurant
Kate Fisher
Frida Espinosa-Müller
Christopher Sykes
Christian Taylor

Crew
Choreography – Antonio Arrebola & Delilah Buitrón Arrebola
Stage Management – Ellen Shaddock
Set Design – Matthew Posey
Scenic Artist – Isaac Davies
Costume Design – Fernando Hernandez & Justin Locklear
Lighting Design – Kevin Grammer
Prop Design – Mitchell Parrack
House Management – Cynthia Webb

Business Staff:
Matthew Posey, Artistic Director
Carla Parker, Operations Manager
Kevin Grammer, Associate Producer
Mitchell Parrack, Facilities Manager
Justin Locklear, Artist In Residence

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