Multimedia performance a first for D.B. Clarke 

A scene from <em>Dulcinea's Lament</em>. Magnifying glass

A scene from Dulcinea's Lament.

Starting Nov. 12 and running for a full week, Dulcinea's Lament marks the first performance presented by the D.B. Clarke Theatre. Inspired by Don Quixote's muse, Dulcinea del Toboso, multidisciplinary artist Dulcinea Langfelder takes on Cervantes' ‘absent heroine.’

Using her namesake from the novel, Langfelder expresses her vision in a production combining music, dance, performance and puppetry. Langfelder has created full length, multidisciplinary works that have toured extensively in four continents.

Although several people collaborated on the production, of note is the stage design of Ana Cappelluto, of the Theatre Department. Earlier this year, Cappelluto earned a Jessie Richardson Theatre Award in the small theatre category for her set for 4.48 Psychosis.

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