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About Spain

Lights, camera, action — Spain, a world-premiere play by Jen Silverman, is rolling into the Tony Kiser Theater for six weeks only. Get Spain tickets on New York Theatre Guide now.

It's 1936 when the Spain play begins in 1936, when the Spanish Civil War is in full swing. Two passionate young filmmakers get the opportunity of a lifetime to make a movie about it — and not just any movie, but a sweeping epic of a film that will change the hearts and minds of Americans. Not to mention a movie funded entirely by the KGB. As this information comes to light, the line between artistic vision and propaganda blurs.

Silverman is best known for her play Collective Rage: A Play in 5 Betties, which was nominated for the 2019 Drama League Award for Outstanding Production of a Play. Her other works include The Moors and her Off-Broadway debut play Crane Story.

Tyne Rafaeli directs Spain off Broadway. She is best known for staging the world-premiere production of Sylvia Khoury's Selling Kabul in 2021, which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize the next year. Rafaeli's production earned two Drama League nominations: Outstanding Production of a Play and Outstanding Direction of a Play.

She and Silverman have assembled a small but mighty cast for Spain in New York. Among them are Andrew Burnap, a Tony Award winner for The Inheritance; Marin Ireland, a Tony nominee for Reasons to Be Pretty, and Broadway veterans Danny Wolohan, Zachary James, and Erik Lochtefeld.

Tickets to Spain in New York are available now.

Run time

1h 30m (no intermission)

Start date

November 8th, 2023

End date

December 17th, 2023

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Our Review

'Spain' review — cleverly deceptive play examines propaganda and art

4 of 5
01 Dec 2023, 02:00
Read our four-star review of Spain off Broadway, a play written by Jen Silverman and directed by Tyne Rafaeli, at Second Stage Theater's Tony Kiser Theater.

Spain cast and creative team

By: Jen Silverman
Director: Tyne Rafaeli
Producer: Second Stage Theater
Cast list: Marin Ireland, Zachary James, Erik Lochtefeld, Andrew Burnap, Danny Wolohan
Design: Dane Laffrey
Costumes: Alejo Vietti
Lighting: Jen Schriever
Sound: Daniel Kluger

Venue

305 West 43rd Street, New York, NY, United States, 10036

Accessibility

Elevator access, wheelchair access

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