Timon of Athens is Shakespeare's play for the post-Bailout Age.
Its central concern - money's dark potential to corrupt every human interaction - couldn't be more timely or fascinating. As one of Shakespeare's least-familiar works, it is also one of his most unique: a comedy written with an acid pen, a morality tale told in a fury.
February 15th - March 6th 2011
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