By William Shakespeare
Directed by James Wallis*
March 2-10, 2018
WARNING: Extreme violence, sexual violence, disturbing scenes
Widely thought of as Shakespeare’s bloodiest tragedy, Titus Andronicus takes us down into the depths of humanity’s most vile traits and revels in the horrors contained therein. It tells the story of a Roman general, returned from a terrible war, who becomes embroiled in a circle of bloody revenge with his enemies. Titus Andronicus teaches us the fruitless nature of revenge and the hollow satisfaction of twisted justice.
Approximate running time with intermission: 2 hours, 45 minutes
Two Week Run
Week 1: Fri. and Sat. at 8 pm
Week 2: Wed. to Sat. at 8 pm and Sat. at 2 pm
Postshow Talkbacks: Sat., March 3 and Thurs., March 8
Remain in your seat after the show for a curated chat with the actors and artists.
Preshow Artist Chat: Sat., March 10 at 1 pm
Come to the matinee early to enjoy an in-depth discussion with one of the artists from the show. Admission included in ticket purchase.
Adults: $28 / Seniors: $17 / Students: $15
$12 Student tickets every Wednesday evening
tickets.harthouse.ca / 416.978.8849
Hart House Theatre offers student matinees at the low price of $15 per student, and complementary tickets for teachers and chaperones.
Scheduled performances: Tues., March 6 at 12 pm
Please note: more performances may be added according to demand.
For more information and to book a performance please call the Box Office at 416.978.8849.
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