Venue Details

256 Star Starred
Bruns Amphitheater
100 Gateway Blvd. Orinda, CA 94563
510-548-9666
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Member Tips

Judy McCahon
Dress for winter
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Judy McCahon
Chili was really good
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Judy McCahon
In a field mostly
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Judy McCahon
Steep walk to the theater
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Free shuttle from Orinda BART is easier/more convenient than parking at the theatre
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.5 average rating
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335 reviews
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attended Jun 02 2011

Amazing production. Why don't we see this play produced more often? Blood and sex galore! bring warm clothes, in case the fog rolls in! Great food and drink for purchase, too. Take BART + the Shakes' shuttle!

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89 reviews
30 stars
attended Jun 02 2011

Excellent play--I really enjoyed it!

I did a lot of reading about the play before going, and I almost changed my mind because of the theme of revenge and all the... continued

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28 reviews
46 stars
attended Jun 15 2011

James Carpenter did a wonderful acting job as Titus, as did most of the other performers. The play is not for the squeamish, but I really enjoyed it.

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More Information

Website

http://www.calshakes.org/v4/ourplays/2011/titus.html

Quotes & Highlights

View Paloma H. Young’s costume sketches and the set model for the Cal Shakes production of Titus Andronicus

Description

For the first time in its 38-year history, Cal Shakes presents Titus Andronicus_, the young Shakespeare’s virtuosic spin on the revenge tragedies popular in his day. Associate Artist James Carpenter will play the title character; Joel Sass (Pericles, Macbeth_) will return to direct. “It’s about a society torn apart, and how its citizens attempt to knit themselves together again,” says Sass. “Titus is one of Shakespeare’s oldest plays, but it is undeniably a play for our time: a sophisticated blend of heart-stopping drama and pitch black humor.”

About the Ticket Supplier: California Shakespeare Theater

The California Shakespeare Theater is committed to being a leading community citizen by nourishing the imaginations of audiences, artists and learners of all ages. We are dedicated to creating boldly imagined and deeply entertaining interpretations of Shakespeare's plays, fresh rediscoveries of important works of World Theater, and new works inspired by classic literature. Through our Artistic Learning programs, we are devoted to providing meaningful and accessible educational opportunities to a diversity of learners throughout the Greater Bay Area.