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That Which Remains

Members say: Great acting, Edgy, Clever, Entertaining, Profound
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IRT Theater and Improbable Stage present a devised exploration of Shakespeare's bloody and fraught tragedy 'Titus Andronicus.'

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'That Which Remains' is part of IRT Theater's 3B Development Series, which offers artists the flexibility and autonomy to mount full-bodied workshops and do robust technical experimentation, creating a supportive environment for taking risks and test-driving new work before adventurous audiences.


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"Thrilling, faithful and cleverly condensed...It features a spirited young cast and dazzling staging. Presenting this sizable work in such a small space is a challenge that director Stacy A. Donovan has surmounted with artistic supremacy...Donovan has assembled a splendid cast who uniformly exhibit absolute commitment and who recite the verse with flair...Having a female portray Titus adds even more dimension, and Tali Custer is magnetically fierce and imperious in the title role." Full Review

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Absorbing, Clever, Great acting, Profound, Great staging

See it if You love innovative staging, great Shakespeare, plus exquisite movement

Don't see it if You don't like Shakespeare. Not curious to see new ideas performed on a small stage.

Clever, Edgy, Great acting, Thought-provoking, Entertaining

See it if You like daring experimental theatre.

Don't see it if You like musicals.

Ambitious, Edgy

See it if You are into theater that is purely devised by the ensemble, are a fan of Shakespeare, and you enjoy being entertained and surprised

Don't see it if You don't enjoy theater.