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Strathclyde Theatre Group and The Royal Shakespeare Company Open Stages

Coriolanus by William Shakespeare. Directed by Mark Coleman.

Shakespeare's last tragedy and his most political play.

Caius Martius Coriolanus is superhuman on the field of battle; famed for his unflinching will, his profound personal integrity and awesome talent as a soldier. But these same qualities have devastating consequences in his domestic life as both politicain and family man.
When Rome's tribunes banish him forever, he forges an alliance with his former nemesis the dreaded Tullus Aufidius, and their army marches inexorably on Rome.

But there's one person who has the power to stop him and save the city from total obliteration- the person whom Coriolanus trusts more than any other, the person who taught him literally everything he knows, the person he fears most in the world- his mother.
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Kim Allan
Virgilia
Michael James Aries
Lieutenant/Citizen/Roman Soldier/Servant
Heather Livingstone Armstrong
2nd Citizen / ASM

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