by William Shakespeare
TheatreUSF 2012-13 British International Theatre Endowment production
Directed by British International Theatre guest artist Helen Tennison
This play contains adult themes and violence. Not recommended for children under 15.
February 21st-23rd and February 27th-March 2nd at 8pm
February 24th and March 3rd at 3pm
Theatre 2 on the USF Tampa Campus
Ticket prices: Advance $12 general ($8 students/seniors) Day-of-show $15 general ($10 students/seniors)
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Is revenge justice?
He dedicated his life to fighting for his country.
He lost his sons in battle.
Bloodied and victorious Titus returns home, a hero.
But Rome is not the same; the established order died with the last Emperor and the people want change.
A modern take on Shakespeare’s bloodiest play, Titus Andronicus is full of twisted gallows humor. As this once powerful society crumbles, people revert to their animal instincts – Rome is a wilderness of tigers and Titus’ and his family are the prey.
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