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Coriolanus is a great war general, but now it’s peacetime and he is persuaded to become a tribune and man of the people. But Coriolanus thinks the people are unworthy of a voice in their own government and treats them with contempt and rage.

The power of self-governing is opposed to the power by the few.

In addition, Coriolanus is too proud and stubborn to believe there might be a better way to solve things than by violence. This is one of the final tragedies by Shakespeare, and one of the least performed. It is also the most political play he ever wrote.

Presented by Shakespeare and Company


$20.00 Adults, $15.00 Seniors/Students.  Children under 10 yrs. free with adult. Cash and checks accepted--sorry, no credit cards.

Tickets are sold at the box office on the day of the performance, beginning approximately 45 minutes before show time. No advance ticket sales.

Feel free to bring a blanket or lawn chair and a picnic supper to the performance.


George M. Roesler, Artistic Director