Genre: Classical
William Shakespeare, Dir. by John Basil

American Globe Theatre celebrates its' 21st season as Times Square's longest running classical theatre with Titus Andronicus, the revenge tragedy by William Shakespeare. It all begins when victorious general, Titus Andronicus, returns to Rome with hostages: Tamora, Queen of the Goths and her sons. Then ensuing maelstrom serves up tongue, hands, rape, adultery, racism and Goth-meat pie. Not for the faint of heart. With this rarely seen classic, Artistic Director and Shakespearean author John Basil, explores man's inhumanity to man and how it relates and resonates with a modern day audience.

WHEN: February 25-March 21
Thurs.-Sat. @ 7:30 pm
Sunday @ 3:00 pm

WHERE: American Globe Theatre
145 West 46 Street, located in the Church of St. Mary the Virgin


RSVP: 212-869-9809 or www.theatermania.com

Directed by: John Basil
Asst Dir: Josh Hillman, Sara Tice, Lilly Wild
Stage Manager: Audrey Marshall
Asst Stage Mgr: Olivia Gemelli
Set Design: Vincent Masterpaul
Composer: Scott O'Brien
Costume Design: Jim Parks
Lighting Designer: Mark Hankla
Properties: Katie Chai

Starring: Spencer Bazzano, Gabe Bettio, A.J. Cote, Mike DePaolo, Rick Fay*, Jon Hoche*, Liz Keefe*, Erica Knight, Nick LaMedica, James Parenti, Rainard Rachele*, Adrien Saunders, Lamont Stephens*, Nick Vorderman, Diana Zambrotta

* actors appears courtesy of Actor’s Equity Assiciation

About the Company: American Globe Theatre

 Founded in 1989, American Globe Theatre is the longest running classical theatre in midtown Manhattan. Now, in its' 20th year, American Globe (AGT) is dedicated to staging innovative productions of classical plays and to the development of new audiences through educational outreach. American Globe Theatre is committed to reinvigorating performance in contemporary American Theatre through the use of the First Folio technique, which originated with Shakespeare's own compnay of players and to passing down this legacy to a new generation of artists and students.

Principle Objectives:
-To produce works of theatre that inspire, intrigue, and powerfully impact the heart and mind by revealing universal human truths.
-To cultivate a thriving, self-sufficient community of artists.
-To introduce children to the power and possiblity of the spoken word and the use of creative imagination.
-To offer meaningful, high quality entertainment to "culture vulture" audiences in New York City, at prices they can afford.

Open:   02/25/10
Close:   03/21/10

Thursday-Saturday @ 7:30pm
Sundays @ 3pm
Theater:   American Globe Theatre
Address:   145 W. 46th Street
New York, NY 10036
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Cost:$18, $15 student/senior tickets available
Buy Tickets Online or Call: TheaterMania at 212-352-3101
Company: American Globe Theatre         Official Web Site: www.americanglobe.org