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‘Faith is the bird who feels the light when the dawn is still dark’ – Rabindranath Tagore
From the outside, Yerma and Juan have a fulfilling life. As years of childless marriage turn into despair, ridicule and unyielding sorrow, Yerma’s yearning for motherhood grows to a blinding obsession. Originally written in 1934 and forming the second part of Lorca’s ‘Rural Trilogy’, Yerma explores the immutable plight of a young woman, desperate to conceive and the bitterness that births when disillusionment and dreams are slowly crushed within the passage of time.
SEATING AND ACCESSIBILITY
Seating: Allocated Seating.
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