“Coriolanus” showing in HD at Monmouth University

Scene from the UK Production of Coriolanus

"Coriolanus" features actors who might be little known here, but be assured that they are quite famous in the UK. During the HD show intermission, it was said that the entire Donmar Warehouse run was sold out in days. What a treat this HD presentation is.

 

 

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