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Adela Carboné

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Adela Carboné
1916-05-06, La Esfera, Adela Carbone, Kaulak.jpg
Photograph by Kaulak (1916)
Born1890 (1890)
Genoa, Italy
Died9 August 1960(1960-08-09) (aged 69–70)
Madrid, Spain
AwardsNational Theater Prize

Adela Carboné (1890 – 9 August 1960) was an Italian-born actress who lived in Spain.


Adela Carbone (1910)
Adela Carbone (1910)

Adela Carboné was born in Genoa and moved to Spain when she was 10 years old. Dedicated to the theater at a young age, and after training with María Tubau, she debuted in the play Amor que pasa by the Quintero brothers at the Teatre Principal in Barcelona.[1] She joined the Teatro de la Comedia [es], where she remained for 18 years. There she was featured in the plays La escuela de las princesas [es] (1909) and La propia estimación [es] (1915) by Jacinto Benavente, Genio y figura [es] (1910) by Carlos Arniches, and El verdugo de Sevilla [es] (1916) and El rayo [es] by Pedro Muñoz Seca.[2] Later she worked in the companies of Irene López Heredia [es] and María Fernanda Ladrón de Guevara [es].[1][3]

She acted in plays such as La noche del sábado [es], La venganza de Don Mendo [es], and Santa Juana de Castilla [es].

After the Spanish Civil War, Carboné continued her career until her retirement from the stage in 1959. During this time she appeared in plays such as Historia de una escalera [es] (1949), El gran minué [es] (1950), Celos del aire [es] (1950), Veinte y cuarenta [es] (1951), Ruy Blas (1952),[4] The Italian Straw Hat (1952), Soledad [es] (1953), The Taming of the Shrew (1953),[5] The Crucible (1957), The Rose Tattoo (1958),[6] El amor es un potro desbocado [es] (1959), and El teatrito de don Ramón [es] (1959).[7]

Carboné acted in 20 films, including Jeromín (1953) and The Little Nightingale (1958).

She translated the Pirandello play Il carnevale dei morti into Spanish as Carnaval de los muertos. Her portrait was painted by José Ramón Zaragoza and exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias.

She died after a long and painful illness.[1][3][8]



  1. ^ a b c d "Ha muerto la actriz Adela Carbone" [The actress Adela Carbone has died]. ABC (in Spanish). 10 August 1960. p. 37. Retrieved 19 October 2016.
  2. ^ "Comedia. 'El Rayo'". ABC (in Spanish). 6 October 1917. p. 14. Retrieved 19 October 2016.
  3. ^ a b c "Ha muerto la actriz Adela Carbone" [The actress Adela Carbone has died]. La Vanguardia (in Spanish). 11 August 1960. p. 19. Retrieved 19 October 2016.
  4. ^ "Autocritica de la obra 'Ruy Blas', de Victor Hugo, en versión de Fernández Ardavín, esta noche será estrenada en el Español" [Review of the play 'Ruy Blas', by Victor Hugo, version of Fernández Ardavín, released tonight in Spanish]. ABC (in Spanish). 21 February 1952. p. 33. Retrieved 19 October 2016.
  5. ^ "Representación de La fierecilla domada de William Shakespeare en el Teatro Griego de Montjuich" [Performance of The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare in the Teatro Griego in Montjuich]. La Vanguardia (in Spanish). 23 June 1954. p. 20. Retrieved 19 October 2016.
  6. ^ "En el Infanta Beatriz se estrenó La rosa tatuada de Tennessee Williams" [The Rose Tattoo by Tennessee Williams released in the Infanta Beatriz]. ABC (in Spanish). 12 March 1958. p. 59. Retrieved 19 October 2016.
  7. ^ "El el Español se estrenó El teatrito de Don Ramón, de Martín Recuerda" [El teatrito de Don Ramón by Martín Recuerda released in Spanish]. ABC (in Spanish). 31 May 1959. p. 79. Retrieved 19 October 2016.
  8. ^ de Figueroa, Agustín (10 September 1960). "Adela Carbone". ABC (in Spanish). Retrieved 19 October 2016.

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