Mondo (Titus) Andronicus as performed by Molotov Theatre Group has come and gone, but the legend of this brutal and beastly adaptation lives on. The play has been finished for a couple of weeks now and the Washington Post is still finding reasons to point it out:
“Molotov’s most recent production, “Mondo Andronicus,” was a quick and dirty adaptation of Shakespeare’s goriest play that included self-mutilation, stabbings and the startlingly realistic removal of a tongue.”
And this is actually part of a positive review for a very unique theater company. This type of theater is not for everyone, but thrill seekers will love it, and anyone that saw Mondo Andronicus will most likely never forget it.
Link: Molotov Theatre Group. of Washington DC
Link: Washington Post article: “small theater: Molotov Theatre Group”
Link: Maryland Shakespeare review: Mondo Andronicus and the Grand Guignol: A Blood Splattering Opening Night.
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