Coriolanus

March 28—June 2 $43–$93
Sidney Harman Hall
610 F St. NW, Washington, DC
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(202) 547-1122
Why is Coriolanus the least staged of Shakespeare’s other Roman histories? For the same reasons that Fox News and MSNBC are more popular than C-SPAN. The first two acts get pretty talky, and can be difficult for anyone unfamiliar with the original Plutarch to parse. Stick with this nearly three-hour play all the same. In David Muse’s hands, several of its performances are outstanding, and by intermission, you’ll know what’s going on. Performed in repertory with Wallenstein. (RJR) Performed in repertory with Wallenstein.

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