LOS AMORES DE LA INÉS

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Los amores de la Inés, a one-act farce in two scenes, is the first and only of Manuel de Falla´s six zarzuelas to be actually produced.
It was composed when he was twenty-five years old. The first performance took place at the Teatro Cómico of Madrid on 12th April 1902. Conductor Cristobal Soler and Stage director, José Carlos Plaza led this new production of Teatro de la Zarzuela, which was a premiere in modern times.

LOS AMORES DE LA INÉS, one-act lyric farce, composed by Manuel de Falla. Libretto by Emilio Dugi.

19th October- 10th November 2013
New production of Teatro de la Zarzuela.

Conductor: Cristóbal Soler 
Stage director: José Carlos Plaza

Set designer and Lighting: Francisco Leal

Costumes: Pedro Moreno
Coreography: Natalia Ferrándiz
Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid
Titular del Teatro de la Zarzuela

Coro del Teatro del a Zarzuela
Director: Antonio Fauró

Cast:
Ines: Susana Cordón, 
Felipa: Pepa Gracia, 
Blasa: Montse Peidro, 
Juan: Enrique Ferrer, 
Señor Lucas: Santos Ariño, 
El Fatigas: Juan Carlos Martín, 
Moreno: Israel Frías, 
Rata sabia: Xavi Montesinos, 
Araña: Ángel Pardo, 
Pesqui: Joaquín Mancera,
Mozao:  Marcos Marcell,
Pianista: Celsa Tamayo
Acordeonista: Alfredo Valero.
Señá Rita: María Rodríguez.

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