Titus Andronicus joins the repertoire in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.

Titus Andronicus joins the repertoire in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.

Blanche McIntyre directs this third production in the RSC’s Rome season, Titus Andronicus.

Titus Andronicus, joins the repertoire in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon in June, and is cross cast with Julius Caesar and Antony & Cleopatra.

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The title role in Titus Andronicus is played by RSC Associate Artist David Troughton. David recently appeared as Gloucester in Gregory Doran’s production of King Lear, and has previously played several leading roles at the RSC including Richard III, Bolingbroke, as well as numerous roles for film, TV and radio (including his current role as Tony Archer in the iconic radio 4 series The Archers.)

The company also includes:

Stefan Adegbola (Aaron), Joseph Adelakun (Mutius); Kristin Atherton (Nurse); Will Bliss (Clown); David Burnett (Quintus); Paul Dodds (Goth); Patrick Drury (Marcus Andronicus); Nia Gwynne (Tamora), Sean Hart (Demetrius); Martin Hutson (Saturninus); Amber James (Goth/Midwife); Tom Lorcan (Martius); Luke MacGregor (Chiron); Tom McCall (Lucius); Hannah Morrish (Lavinia); Anthony Ofoegbu (Emillius); Dharmesh Patel (Bassianus); Jon Tarcy (Alarbus); Marcello Walton (Publius).

All the productions in the Rome season are designed by Robert Innes Hopkins (with Associate Designer James Turner)

Music for this production is composed by Tim Sutton

Sound is designed by Emma Laxton, with lighting by Malcolm Rippeth

Fights are by Philip D’Orléans, and movement is by Georgina Lamb

Events & Exhibitions

Draw New Mischief

The season is accompanied by a new free exhibition from March to September in the PACCAR Room, looking at 250 years of British political cartoons inspired by Shakespeare.

Shakespeare’s Rome

A series of debates will explore the power dynamics of Shakespeare’s Rome through the lens of politics today. The panels will include directors and actors from the season. The debates take place on 29 April, 20 July, 4 August at The Other Place.

More information available from www.rsc.org.uk/events

To book tickets call 01789 403493 or online at www.rsc.org.uk

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