Fractious Tash and Q Present 
Shakespeare's most acidic work - on acid!


Within a barren wasteland where only brutality equates power, a tribe of scavengers clamber among the debris to find anything to help them recount the story of a legend - Titus Andronicus and his mutilated daughter, Lavinia.

In this lost boys' fantasy of war and seduction, all repercussion is abandoned in a struggle for power - encapsulating the one thing we all know but fail to learn from - that revenge is a childish pursuit.

This explosive, all-male, adaptation of Shakespeare's most acidic work is told at break-neck speed by seven courageous actors.

After a sell out season at Unitec, new theatre company Fractious Tash (Fringe Rogue Award Winners, Wellington 2012) is proud to collaborate with Q, with the support of the Wallace Arts Trust and Unitec, in presenting this vibrant new take on a classic.

This is Shakespeare as you have never seen. 

"...storytelling at its best." (Theatreview)

Titus is part of the Q presents programme, a joint venture between Fractious Tash and Q.  Find out how you can support Q in initiatives like this here.

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