La Verbena de la Paloma Trailer

La Verbena de la Paloma Trailer (2006)

01 January 2006

Music & Musicals, Foreign, Contemporary Stage Musicals, Spain, Theater Arts, Spanish Language, Foreign Regions, Foreign Languages - First performed in 1894, Tomás Bretón's vibrant tale of Spain's festival of the Virgin of the Dove is a masterpiece of the Spanish musical theater genre known as zarzuela. The loose plot centers on a bustling village apartment building where enthusiasm for the annual festival leads to romance, revelry, a few fights and, of course, lots of music. Filmed at Madrid's Festival de San Lorenzo de El Escorial. José Antonio López and Amparo Navarro star.

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