Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival 2018: Titus Andronicus & A Midsummer Night's Dream
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This Game of Thrones for the Renaissance stage was a young Shakespeare’s first big hit. Titus, a Roman general, returns from the war in triumph with Tamora, Queen of the Goths, as prisoner. What follows is a visceral story of temptation, political machinations, and the thirst for vengeance. It’s full of bloody spectacle, dark humor, and definitely not for the youngest audience members. (Parental advisory.)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
It’s hard to tell where reality ends and dreams begin in this intoxicating joyride of a play. Otherworldly creatures, lovers on the run, and a group of amateur actors all converge in a deep forest outside of Athens. When their worlds collide, chaos ensues and nothing but magic has the power to set things right before the sun comes up.
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The service fee does not go to the Independent Shakespeare Co. If you enjoy this production and would like to help support this free program, please make a donation at the event or via their website.