Schuster Theatre to Perform Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus, Outdoors and Live Streamed
Gannon University’s Schuster Theatre will be doing a production of Titus Andronicus at 7 p.m. on July 19 through 21 in the courtyard of Gannon’s Morosky Academic Building, located at Sassafras Street and West Ninth Street.
Titus Andronicus is directed by a returning director and Gannon alumna Jenna Sulecki. In this production, she has reimagined Shakespeare's earliest and bloodiest work in a future fraught with climate change warfare.
The production will run for one and a half hours with no intermission. The production will be streamed live on the Schuster Theatre Facebook page on July 19th (unless the weather forces us to reschedule the live stream to an alternate date).
Tickets are $5 each, free with the code TITUS.
Enter coupon code "TITUS" and select "apply coupon." It should no longer ask you for credit card payment. If you choose to purchase a ticket, all money will be considered a donation to the Schuster Theatre. All sales are final and no tickets can be refunded or carried over to another day if we have to cancel the show for any reason, including weather.
If the event sells out, tickets "purchased"/reserved will be released at 6:55 p.m. to any patrons on a waiting list.
According to Gannon University’s COVID-19 guidelines and the CDC, masks are not required however, non-vaccinated patrons are strongly encouraged to wear masks as the seats are not distanced.
There is an elevator for access and there are restrooms available. Seating is limited, but chairs are provided so no need to bring your own.
WARNING: This production is not suitable for children. It contains adult themes including climate disaster, sexual violence, and murder, as well as simulated violence and gore. Viewer discretion is advised.
This event is open to the public.
To register, purchase tickets and/or donate click here.