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Molotov Theatre Group’s Mondo Andronicus takes Shakespeare‘s already violent Titus Andronicus to a new extreme. The fast-paced version (running about an hour) stages the tragedy in a setting that looks like a punk club bathroom. Writer Russ Blackwood‘s gory pastiche is fun to watch but graphic to witness, and not recommended for the faint of heart. (The bill even includes a credit to “goremeister” Alex Zavistovich.)

To read Chris Klimek‘s review, go here.