The play “Olives & Blood” to premiere October 3 at the Connecticut Repertory Theater (CRT) at UCONN in Storrs, explores the issues related to the murder of one of the most revered and well-known writers in Spanish-language literature: Federico García Lorca.
My interest in Lorca’s work has been part of my literary life from the moment when, as a teenager, I started reading his poems and plays. Because of this, as soon as I heard about the upcoming premiere at UCONN, I requested an interview with Michael Bradford a theater professor at UCONN, who is the author of “Olives and Blood.”
A CONVERSATION WITH MICHAEL BRADFORD
To talk to Michael Bradford is like opening a theater encyclopedia. It is also an opportunity to learn about the countries in Europe and Latin America, where he traveled as …