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TITUS ANDRONICUS

 

ONLY 3 WEEKS!

January 22-February 8 

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When VIOLENCE is the solution,

HOW TO SURVIVE

becomes the problem.

ROME -- After ten years of savage war, the city stands ready for a period of peace. Instead, the combat-ravaged heroes return to find their Emperor dead and the citizens demanding an end to the oppression of Imperial rule. Only the free election of the noble defender of Rome Titus Andronicus will satisfy their demands. But change does not come easily in a world where brutality is always the first response. Who can survive the carnival of madness when Titus defies the people’s choice and declines the crown?

Forget everything you know about Titus Andronicus. Founding Artistic Director Ross Williams brings Shakespeare's brutal tragedy to life as never before. Viewed through a uniquely contemporary American lens, this Titus will punch you in the gut and leave you panting for relief.


January 22-February 8

 

at

 

HERE

 

145 6th Ave.

(Enter on Dominick, 1 Block South of Spring)

 

For tickets: visit here.org or call 212-352-3101
Box Office: open after 5pm on show days or 2 hours before any performance.

 

Directed by

Ross Williams


Scenic Design

Jason Lajka

Costume Design
Elivia Bovenzi

Lighting Design

Drew Florida

Props Design

Cassie Dorland

Sound Design

Jack Cummins

Fight Choreography

Alicia Rodis

Dramaturg

Shane Breaux

Assistant Director

Cristina Lundy

Stage Manager

Jack Cummins
 
Technical Director

Joshua Shain

 

 

Starring

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Brendan Averett* Nathaniel P. Claridad*
Gretchen Egolf* Vince Gatton* Sean Hinckle
Ethan Itzkow Warren Jackson* Kerry Kastin*
Adam Kezele Kate Lydic Terence MacSweeny*
Joseph Mitchell Parks* Cody Leroy Wilson
  *member Actors' Equity Association

 

2015 Intern Class: Alexandra Anschutz (Producing), Alex Barker (Costumes), Amanda DiNoto (Scenery/Props), Allison Haglund (Stage Management), Justin Hart (lighting), Sean Hinckle (Performance), Cody Leroy Wilson (Performance)

 

This production is a part of SubletSeries@HERE, HERE’s curated rental program, which provides artists with subsidized space and equipment, as well as technical support.

 

THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED, IN PART, BY PUBLIC FUNDS FROM THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY COUNCIL.
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Mission

 

New York Shakespeare Exchange offers innovative theatrical programming that explores what happens when contemporary culture is infused with Shakespearean poetry and themes in unexpected ways. 

We provide fresh points of entry to the work so that modern audiences will be exposed to the intrinsic power of Shakespeare. 

Our goal is to encourage an enthusiastic appreciation of classical theater and to expand the reach of the art form within new and existing audiences.

 

Pro-bono legal assistance for NY Shakespeare Exchange provided by Jones Day