by William Shakespeare
Summer Season: July 12 - August 30
"Blood and revenge are hammering in my head." II.ii
Shocking, gripping, savage, outrageously entertaining, and surprisingly moving - Titus Andronicus is a cataclysmic cycle of revenge between the families of Titus, the great Roman general, and Tamora, the Queen of the Goths. Each of their barbarous acts of revenge brings even more brutal acts of retaliation. But in the midst of this chaos, Shakespeare shows us the fierce love of fathers, daughters, mothers, sons. Titus Andronicus is what a summer blockbuster would be like if written by the world’s great genius of language of theatre.
Please Note: Titus Andronicus can be great bloody fun, but it is not for everybody. This play is not appropriate for children under age 13. And older children, as well as some adults, may find disturbing Shakespeare's graphic scenes of violence and the play's explicit sexual content.
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The Comedy of Errors
Friday, November 28, 2014, 2:00 pm
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Sunday, November 30, 2014, 2:00 pm
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