La dama duende, famous cloak-and-dagger play written by Calderón de la Barca, was the play selected by the prestigious director of the Estonian theatre Lembit Peterson to inaugurate the reopening of the Ugala Theatre, after a technical remodelling. This old theatre in the Estonian city, founded in 1920, chose one of our classics for this important cultural event. The team is formed by the stable company of the Ugala Theatre and counted in two Spanish artists invited, Jara Martínez (scenography and wardrobe) and Germán Díaz (music). After two years of successful tour in Estonia we will have the opportunity to see the work during the Festival.
In this comedy Doña Ángela must get over the constant guard of her brothers and hide her personality in order to relate with her beloved one, Don Manuel, inside the same house. To overcome the impediments of finding herself locked in his bedroom and win Don Manuel's heart the protagonist must use all her cleverness and inventiveness.