Play On Shakespeare – TITUS ANDRONICUS

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Saturday, Feb 20
2:00 p.m. AKDT

Revenge! Deceit! Murder! Titus Andronicus didn’t get the nickname of “Shakespeare’s bloodiest play” for nothing.

When Roman general Titus Andronicus returns home after ten years of war, he brings prisoners in tow, including Tamora, Queen of the Goths, and her three sons. But when he decides to follow through with Roman tradition and sacrifice her oldest son Tamora becomes hellbent on revenge. Who will survive this epic tale of power and vengeance? Can anyone make it unscathed?  

Join us for an EPIC reading of this legendary play on Saturday, February 20 at 2 p.m., featuring performers from not one, but THREE of Alaska’s theatres – Fairbanks Shakespeare, Theatre in the Rough, and Perseverance Theatre. Stay for a Community Conversation to explore how Alaskans might uniquely interpret this work. The event will be as epic as the tale.

Titus Andronicus is being presented as a pay-as-you-can reading and community conversation. Pay-As-You-Can tickets are available HERE.

  • The minimum suggested donation is $5.
  • If you’re feeling generous, $10 would be much appreciated, or 
  • $20 if you’re feeling extra generous.
  •  If you can/want to go above and beyond in supporting the arts through these challenging times, the sky’s the limit! Please contact our Box Office at (907) 463-8497 if you would like to pay a higher ticket price to help the arts in Alaska sustain and thrive.

The staff, actors, and creative team at Perseverance Theatre extend a wholehearted thank you for your kindness.

In addition to income earned from ticket sales, Perseverance relies on charitable donations to continue successful operations. Individual donations are more important now than ever before and are integral to the theatre’s ability to navigate the unprecedented challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

We deeply appreciate such donations, which support the continued creation of theatrical events like this reading of Titus Andronicus. THANK YOU for helping us persevere!