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    William Shakespeare’s Coriolanus

    Presented by at Blackbox Theatre

    November 3 - November 18, 2012


    William Shakespeare’s Coriolanus

     Believed to be written by Shakespeare between 1605 and 1610, the play’s themes of class privileges and general unhappiness with government remains relevant today in our own sound-bite society as they were in the riotous streets of the Roman Republic.

    The play begins with Coriolanus, a respected and feared general who is at odds with his City and his people. Pushed by his highly determined and calculating mother to seek the prestigious position of Consul, Coriolanus gives into his mother’s wishes but ultimately finds himself banished and raging with vengeance.

    Blackbox Theatre

    901 Trinity Street
    Austin, Texas 78701

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    Admission Info:

    Tickets are free to the public, but reservations must be made

    General Day and Time Info:

     Friday and Saturday, 7:30 pm
    Sunday, 2:30 pm

    Phone: 512-402-3086

    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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