Tune in as The Not-So-Royal Shakespeare Company presents a new reading of Shakespeare's classic drama Coriolanus. Charting the dramatic rise, and precipitous fall, of a powerful Roman general, Shakespeare's tragedy of political ambition remains as bracingly relevant as ever.
This performance features a special appearance by Amanda Abdo Sheahan and Bill Sheahan, who are ND graduates and former members of the Not-So-Royal Shakespeare Company as well as members of the Advisory Board for Shakespeare at Notre Dame.
This event will be available on the Shakespeare at Notre Dame YouTube page beginning at 7:00 p.m., July 30.
The Not-So-Royal Shakespeare Company was restarted by Chris Kudlacz in 1997 as an effort to bring Shakespeare closer to Notre Dame's student body, and has been active ever since. Each performance is produced, directed, designed, and performed with a cast and crew entirely made up of students from the University of Notre Dame.