The House of Bernarda Alba: how Patricia Cornelius’ adaptation reminds us why we love her so much (just incase you forgot)

mariah-bouillaut

Australian playwright Patricia Cornelius has popped into my life on multiple unexpectedly pleasant occasions. This is one of those occasions; a considerably memorable and affecting one. As a theatre kid, naturally I had heard of "The House of Bernarda Alba," the play by Spanish dramatist Federico García Lorca,  but I was not familiar with it (so sue … Continue reading The House of Bernarda Alba: how Patricia Cornelius’ adaptation reminds us why we love her so much (just incase you forgot)