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Fuente Ovejuna / Lost in a Mirror  

Fuente Ovejuna / Lost in a Mirror $20.86 ex GST
$22.95 inc GST

Introduction by Nicholas Dromgoole.

Two highly charged emotional plays, full of Lope de Vega’s vitality. Declan Donnellan used this adaptation of Fuente Ovejuna for his directorial debut at the Royal National Theatre.

A robust new version... ...affirms the power of love over brutality - Evening Standard (on Fuente Ovejuna)

Cast : Fuente Ovejuna - 17M, 6F + extras ; Lost in a Mirror - M6, F5

Oberon Books | 978-0-94823-023-3 | Sales rights: Australia/NZ | PB


LOPE DE VEGA  (1562 – 1635) was a  Spanish  playwright and poet. He was one of the key figures in the  Spanish   Golden Century   Baroque  literature. His reputation in the world of  Spanish  literature is second only to that of  Cervantes , while the sheer volume of his literary output is unequalled, making him one of the most prolific authors in the history of literature.

ADRIAN MITCHELL was a  British poet and playwright  who  gained notice in the 1960s as a performance poet whose works — including the verse collections  Peace Is Milk  and  Out Loud  and the plays  Tyger: A Celebration Based on the Life and Work of William BlakeMind Your Head,  and  Man Friday  —  resonate with pacifism and his belief in the empowerment of the common man amid the politicized artistic environment of the 1960s and 1970s.