"The Interlinear of Cabeza de Vaca" and "Malinche" by Haniel Long

The Mission Theatre, Bath, BA1 1UF
Sat 26th May 2018 12:30PM

Thereby Hangs A Tale tells two astonishing stories from the 16th Century Spanish colonisation of the Americas, performed with live music accompaniment. 

Malinche, by Haniel Long (1939) - the Nahua woman, interpreter and lover of Hernan Cortes, tells her story with insights into the exploitation of women that resonates today. Performed by Argentinian actress, Magdalena Ruiz.

The Interlinear of Cabeza de Vaca by Haniel Long (1936) - the conquistador retells the story of his spectacularly disastrous expedition. "A bright spot in the history of man" Henry Miller. Performed by Tom Morris with original music by Gavin Irvine.

"Bristling with promise" **** Theatre Bath (for Ovid's Heroines in 2017)

PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS NO WHEELCHAIR ACCESS AT THE MISSION THEATRE UPSTAIRS PERFORMANCE ON SATURDAY 26TH MAY

Event Details

Doors Open at 12:00PM
Starts at 12:30PM

Location

The Mission Theatre, Bath, BA1 1UF

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