Bloody Tasty Roman Justice
Lim Kien Lee, KL Shakespeare Players | Christopher Ling, TheatreThreeSixty
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‘Titus Andronicus’ is a rarely performed play, and one hardly assigned to students. It is a play for die-hard Shakespeare lovers and perhaps young men who have grown up with Hollywood gore. A director who has undertaken this play, Jim Helsinger, calls it “the 'Friday the 13th' of 1598." Today’s Front Row offers an opportunity to hear from both the dramaturg, from KL Shakespeare Players; and the director, from TheatreThreeSixty, what this early play offers and how it is also the beginnings for some later Shakespeare works like ‘Othello’ and ‘Macbeth’.
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