It’s time for a special episode!
After such a tumultuous life, it comes as no surprise that Coriolanus goes on to have a legacy that spreads after his literal death. 74 more words
It begins thrillingly. At Lantern Theater, the skirmishes of ancient Rome in Coriolanus have a high-stakes muscularity that instantly grabs the audience, and doesn’t let go. 549 more words
(1.1 Shown Above – some photographs capturing the play Coriolanus, a production by the Donmar Warehouse, and directed by Josie Rourke)
The production of Coriolanus (based on the work of William Shakespeare) was a play that I had been very interested in viewing since the late 2013 – other than the obvious motivation of Tom Hiddleston as the lead, Caius Marcius, and the presence of other well-known actors such as Mark Gatiss, the production occurred during a time when I had been reminiscent regarding my decision not to pursue English Literature onto key stage five – and my lack of appreciation for the text at the time. 719 more words