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Theatre of María Guerrero

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Theatre of María Guerrero
Native name
Spanish: Teatro María Guerrero
Teatro Maria Guerrero DSCF0469.JPG
LocationMadrid, Spain
Coordinates40°25′22″N 3°41′35″W / 40.422915°N 3.693006°W / 40.422915; -3.693006
Built1884-1885
Official nameTeatro María Guerrero
TypeNon-movable
CriteriaMonument
Designated1996
Reference no.RI-51-0009160
Location of Theatre of María Guerrero in Spain

The Theatre of María Guerrero (Spanish: Teatro María Guerrero) is a theatre located in Madrid, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural on 1 March 1996.[1] It is the home of the national theatre of Spain, Centro Dramático Nacional.[2]

Its plays was programmed on 15 January 1934 until 1935, when it was remodeled.[3] It was closed on 27 April 1940 because Spanish Civil War started.[4] It was directed successively by Luis Escobar Kirkpatrick (with Huberto Pérez de la Ossa as subdirector) (1940-1952), Claudio de la Torre (1952-1960) and José Luis Alonso Mañés (1960-1975).[5]

References

  1. ^ "Visitas guiadas gratuitas". Centro Dramático Nacional (in Spanish). INAEM. Retrieved 19 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Teatro María Guerrero". Centro Dramático Nacional (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 5 September 2010. Retrieved 19 February 2019.
  3. ^ Aguilera Sastre, Juan (2002). Antonio Ayora y el aula de teatro del Instituto San Isidro de Madrid. Centro de Documentación Teatral. INAEM. p. 194.
  4. ^ Oliva, César (2009). Versos y trazas: (un recorrido personal por la comedia española). EDITUM. p. 218. ISBN 9788483718605.
  5. ^ Cornago Bernal, Óscar (2000). Discurso Teórico Y Puesta en Escena en Los Años Sesenta. CSIC Press. p. 76. ISBN 9788400079048.


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