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Titus Andronicus
Directed by Aaron Cromie
 
April 11 - May 19  - CALENDAR
Wed - Sat @ 7pm; Sun @ 2pm, Special 1pm Matinees 4/21 and 5/19
Previews: April 11 - 14
Opening Night: Wednesday, April 18!
Closes: May 19

Some material may not be appropriate for children under 17.

 
Tickets or call the Box Office at 215-496-8001

Returning, finally victorious from a decade long war, Titus has lost many sons in battle. Clinging to his remaining family members, he has no idea that his worst nightmare is yet to be realized. Titus’ prisoner of war, Tamora Queen of the Goths, is bent to revenge the loss of her son at Titus’ hands. The two become tangled in a cruel cycle of revenge in which they lose more than either one could ever imagine.

Titus Andronicus is believed by many to be William Shakespeare’s first tragedy. The Pulp Fiction of the Elizabethan Age, Titus was created by a young Shakespeare as a crowd-pleasing shocker- full of murder, intrigue, betrayal, and revenge.  Using light and shadow play, specially designed puppets, and copious amounts of stage blood, director Aaron Cromie will thrill audiences with this cutting edge roller-coaster of a production.

 




Sunday, April 22
Forum - Titus Andronicus
After the 2pm performance of Titus Andronicus, join us in a discussion with the director and artists!

Free with purchase of performance ticket.
 Please join us for our Season Reception party, following the April 20 performance of Twelfth Night.