Heads are going to roll in Shakespeare's vicious play of revenge and retribution as a power struggle between Titus Andronicus and Goth Queen Tamora erupts into a vividly gruesome personal war. Combining beautiful poetry with human violence, Titus Andronicus was one of Shakespeare's most popular plays during his lifetime, and will prove to be the same for Festival audiences.
This play includes violence and some adult themes that may be disturbing for some audience members. It is appropriate for most audiences.
The following links will take you to various articles and audio and video files about the play. CAUTION: Some of these resources give away surprises and endings. You may want to proceed carefully.