Theatre of NOTE    1517 N Cahuenga Blvd Hollywood CA 90028    323-856-8611



"Powerful, violent, funny and sick at some moments, this production of Titus Andronicus is everything you can hope for and more. Hours of entertainment right in the heart of Hollywood, make sure you do not miss it."
Jason Lovett - Stage Happenings

Titus Andronicus by William Shakespeare
Directed by Thomas Craig Elliott

Date: February 5 thru March 13, 2010
Time: Friday - Saturday 8PM; Sunday 7PM
Tickets: $22; Students/Seniors $18

"Extremity of griefs would make men mad."

It's been a long, hard road for Titus as he brings his soldiers home--dead, alive and in pieces--to enjoy the rewards of honorable service.  But what do you do when the civilians you fought for disgrace you, elevate your enemies, and subject you and your family to rape, murder and mutilation?  What is left for you but madness... and revenge?
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Please Note:
3/7 No performance (Oscar Sunday)
3/4*, 3/5 Understudy performances featuring Lauren Dobbins-Webb as Lavinia, Xan Stevenson as Aemilius/Publius, and Sarah Wahl as Mutius/Young Lucius
*Thursday 3/4 is an added performance due to Oscar Sunday
Click the image to watch a clip from the 2/27 talkback with Harry Lennix who played Aaron in the Julie Taymor movie "Titus."

" like these, in companies like this that do make the theatre a place of continuing relevance and possibility..." Harry Lennix talking about TITUS ANDRONICUS at Theatre of NOTE.

Young Writers Project

THE END by Emmalyn Jouglet
THE RABID MAN by Eric Brewster
SO, THERE'S THIS GUY...(Women Talking) by Samantha Liberman
NO WAY OUT by Edgar Ceniceros
FAITH by Hannah Grace Whitfield

Date: March 20, 21, 27 & 28
Time: 11am
Tickets: Free, but donations for the program are greatly appreciated!

The YWP is made possible in part by a generous grant from the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Community Foundation which provides grants to deserving community organizations that are working to improve Hollywood.

The Young Writers Project is an eight-year old artistic community outreach project produced for Theatre of NOTE by Jonathan Klein. 
Each year a number of area high schools are chosen to participate in a workshop-based writing experiment that culminates in the staged production of several short plays, written by the participating students. This 2010 season will be representing young writers from Newport Harbor, Long Beach Poly, West Adams Prep, and the Windward School.

Stay tuned for our next production:

Holy Ghost by Jon Tuttle, directed by Michael Rothhaar; April 23-May 29
In 1944 a black Army private pursues an escaped Nazi prisoner through the rural South. Who's chasing who?

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