Theatre of María Guerrero

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]

Theatre of María Guerrero
Native name
Spanish: Teatro María Guerrero
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LocationMadrid, Spain
Coordinates40°25′22″N 3°41′35″W / 40.422915°N 3.693006°W / 40.422915; -3.693006Coordinates: 40°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
Theatre of María Guerrero is located in Spain
Theatre of María Guerrero
Location of Theatre of María Guerrero in Spain

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]

ReferencesEdit

  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.