Viewed through a uniquely contemporary American lens, this Titus will punch you in the gut and leave you panting for relief. More…
The war is over and the heroes have returned, but the fighting is far from over. Riots break out in the streets of Rome as the people call for a free election and an end to the imperial rule. Only the ascent of celebrated general Titus Andronicus will satisfy their democratic demands. But, when Titus refuses the crown, ALL HELL BREAKS LOOSE.
See it if You enjoy sprawling stories of love, murder and more murder. It is Shakespeare's most violent play.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy a bloody stage. Expect literal buckets.
See it if This bloodiest of Shakespeare's plays is remarkable in performance, well worth seeing, but not for the squeamish or faint of heart.
Don't see it if You're made sick by the sight of blood. Attendees actually fainted, and at least one man was literally carried out on a stretcher!