Spain

<em>Spain</em> at Theater for the New City

Torquemada, Theater for the New City, 1993

Romulus Linney directed Spain in its premiere at the Theater for the New City in April 1993.  In this production only the first two plays, Torquemada and Anna Rey, were included.  The third part, Escobedo de la Aixa, was staged in 2000, when it premiered as Mad Men at the Ensemble Studio Theatre’s Marathon of One-Act Plays.

 

<em>Spain</em> at Theater for the New City

Torquemada, Theater for the New City, 1993

These plays explore human psychology through the Spanish Inquisition, and the modern day therapeutic practices of American psychoanalyst Harry Stack Sullivan.

Photograph from 1993 Theater for the New City production of <em>Spain</em>

T. Cat Ford in the 1993 Theater for the New City production

<em>Spain</em> at Theater for the New City

T. Cat Ford and Frank Anderson (in background) in the 1993 Theater for the New City production