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The Latino Theater Festival Throws a ‘Blood Wedding’

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The Latino Theater Festival Throws a ‘Blood Wedding’

Laura Crotte’s “Al Son Que Me Toques, Lorca” is part of teh festival.

The fourth biennial Latino Theater Festival at the Goodman Theatre kicks off friday. The program features the work of numerous local theater troupes and artists. Among them is a member of Chicago's Teatro Vista theater company who is returning to her roots in Veracruz, Mexico for her latest adaptation. For Chicago Public Radio, Catalina Maria Johnson has the story.

Laura Crotte's Al Son Que Me Toques, Lorca is an adaptation of Federico Garcia Lorca's Blood Wedding. It runs August 8-10 in the Goodman's Owen Theater.

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