Kentucky Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus at LVA on First Friday

The month of Halloween, we present Shakespeare’s bloodiest thriller, a gripping tale of horror in Louisville Visual Art’s studio warehouse. Violent and experimental, “Titus” was the smash hit of Shakespeare’s early career and is written with a ghoulish energy he was never to repeat elsewhere. Join us for this sordid tale of revenge and political turmoil.

October 4-31, 2017

at Louisville Visual Art
1538 Lytle Street, Louisville, KY 40203

Limited seating.

Running time: 2 hours, including intermission.

House and Bar open 30 minutes before performance.

Directed by Matt Wallace
Costumes by Donna Lawrence-Downs
Sound and Lights by Jason Weber
Fight Choreography by Eric Frantz
Edited by Dramaturg Gregory Maupin

Reviews from our 2016 production:
“An exhilarating R-rated bloodbath… skin-prickingly creepy…” – Melissa Chipman, Insider Louisville

“A gleefully horrific vibe… great night of theatre… a bloody good way to spend an October evening…” – Eli Keel,

“…a house of horrors akin to a Halloween haunted house…” – Elizabeth Kramer, Courier-Journal

“…emotional nuance and just a little camp… wit and resonance…an impeccable company.” – Ashlie Stevens, WFPL

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