Titus Andronicus at Public Lab OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

  • NY TIMES

  • Opening Night:
    November 29, 2011
    Closing:
    December 18, 2011

    Theater: 37 Arts Theatre / 450 West 37th Street, New York, NY, 10018

    Synopsis: 

    Titus is Rome's greatest general and the head of a noble Roman family. When his armies vanquish the Goths, their defeated queen unleashes a fury that rocks Titus's city, devastates his children, and shatters his sense of self. The cycle of revenge is shocking, bloody, and all-encompassing, but expressed through poetry and theatricality as vivid, energized, and thrilling as anything in Shakespeare's later works.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Titus Andronicus at Public Lab

    I Wouldn’t Touch That Pie, if I Were You

    Charles Isherwood

    December 13, 2011: The torture-porn movie business has an ancient and revered progenitor in the immortal Shakespeare himself. His early tragedy “Titus Andronicus” is a careering pileup of gothic horrors in which great ingenuity is shown in the matter of violent murder. Heads and hands are lopped off at regular intervals; the body count practically defies computation; and the finale is a banquet that only the meat-pie-making Mrs. Lovett of “Sweeney Todd” could love.

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