School of Theatre & Dance
British International Theatre Program

Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus

Presented by the BRIT Program

Spring 2013

Directed by Helen Tennison
Sound Design and Composition: Matt Eaton
Fight Choreography: Philip d'Orleans
Vocal Instruction:  Tim Charrington



Titus Andronicus
by William Shakespeare
Theatre USF 2012-13 British International Theatre Endowment Production (BRIT)
Directed by BRIT Guest Artists Helen Tennison

Feb 21-23 and Feb 27-March 2 at 8pm
Feb 24 and March 3 at 3pm
Theatre 2, USF Tampa Campus

Is revenge justice?

He dedicated his life to fighting for his country.
He lost his sons in battle
Bloodied and victorious Titus returns home, a hero.

But Rome is not the same; the established order died with the last Emperor and the people want change.

A modern take on Shakespeare's bloodiest play, Titus Andronicus is full of twisted gallows humor.  As this once powerful society crumbles, people revert to their animal instincts - Rome is a wilderness of tigers and Titus and his family are the prey.






















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