Revisiting a classic is always an exciting adventure. More, if it is the tradition itself, it sinks its roots in the lineage of the Hispanic. How many times has the play of Federico García Lorca crossed the sea to nourish the scenarios of our America? would be countless. But the funny thing is how his works find, in the American scenarios, new readings that bring him closer to different but convergent realities. And it is that blood weddings, barren or the house of Bernarda Alba, have traveled first in the blood, in the looks, in the traces of an inheritance that always renews itself.