RSC: Titus Andronicus: Recorded Screening
Friday, October 6th • 7pm
Salem’s Historic Grand Theatre
$15 General Admission
$12 Students, Seniors & Military
Royal Shakespeare Company and Picturehouse Entertainment announce new titles to be broadcast ‘Live from Stratford-upon-Avon’ in 2017 as part of the Rome Season
Julius Caesar, directed by Angus Jackson
– Screening at Salem’s Historic Grand Theatre: June 18th at 3PM
Antony & Cleopatra, directed by Iqbal Khan
– Screening at Salem’s Historic Grand Theatre: July 16th at 3PM
Titus Andronicus, directed by Blanche McIntyre
– Screening at Salem’s Historic Grand Theatre: October 6th at 7PM
Coriolanus, directed by Angus Jackson
– Screening at Salem’s Historic Grand Theatre: November 17th at 7PM
When a society is oppressed, it becomes violent. How do we govern ourselves? In the chaos and disorder of 2017, Titus Andronicus is a commentary on the way this world could be going. Titus has returned from a brutal 10-year war having lost 21 sons in battle. Betrayed by his nation, and with his family in pieces, a series of bloody events follows as he and Tamora, Queen of the Goths begin a violent cycle of revenge. Rape, cannibalism, mutilation and murder are the gruesome tools in Shakespeare’s bloodiest play.
Blanche McIntyre (The Two Noble Kinsmen, 2016) directs David Troughton in this chillingly contemporary Titus Andronicus.
All Shakespeare productions listed above will also be screening in cinemas across the US and internationally, through a continued partnership with Picturehouse Entertainment.
For cinema listings and booking visit onscreen.rsc.org.uk to sign up for updates and follow the creation of the production online in the run up to the screening.
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The RSC Acting Companies are generously supported by THE GATSBY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION and THE KOVNER FOUNDATION
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