Audio described in-house.
‘What is the city but the people?’ Celebrated super soldier Coriolanus is propelled to power, only to lose the trust of the people. Torn down from his pedestal, banished at the height of his fury, he unites with an old enemy to bring down the city he once fought for.
This contemporary take on Shakespeare’s play about the disconnect between the rulers and the ruled follows Artistic Director Robert Hastie’s critically acclaimed Julius Caesar.
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