The Complete Works of Shakespeare: Titus Andronicus
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Shakespeare Dallas and AT&T Performing Arts Center are in the midst of presenting staged readings of every single one of Williams Shakespeare's works over five years. The 26th in the series will be Titus Andronicus.
A fan favorite in its time and possibly Shakespeare’s first tragedy, this account of the fictitious Roman general, Titus Andronicus includes 14 killings, six severed members, one live burial, one case of insanity, one case of cannibalism and 1-3 rapes depending on how you count. It’s a tale of escalating revenge gone horribly wrong and easily wins the title of Shakespeare’s bloodiest play.
Performances will take place in Hamon Hall. Student tickets for The Complete Works of William Shakespeare are now free to students with valid IDs. Student tickets will be available at the door only. Only two tickets per student ID.