A Benefit Staged Reading of Coriolanus
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Louis Fantasia
Sunday, November 4th at 2PM
If you think it's contentious between Red States and Blue States, MAGA-ers and Never Trumpers now, just take a look at CORIOLANUS, Shakespeare's most political play: plebeians, patricians and tribunes are all at each others' throats, literally and with swords!
Foreign enemies are trying to hack the election - with pikes and battle-axes!
The Senate says it knows what's best for the people! The people say it's time to replace the Senate!
Sound familiar? See what Shakespeare has to say about the dangers of a republic descending into tribalism, nativism and populist frenzy. Join us SUNDAY NOV 4 at 3pm.
Tickets are $20 general admission;
$30 (VIP & Valet parking);
$15 for students (Student ID required at door)
The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles
1238 West 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90026
(866)710-8942 M-F 6am-6pm
Free parking on evenings and weekends is available on the streets around The Shakespeare Center. Free valet parking is available for VIP ticketed patrons. Paid self-parking can be found in lots on Beaudry on the corners of 1st Street, a short walk to The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles.