spotlight image: Portland Center Stage, Coriolanus

Portland Center Stage: Coriolanus

Famine threatens Rome and hunger fuels the tensions between the country’s elite and the deprived masses. As civil unrest stirs political upheaval, the war hero Coriolanus is driven to defend and then destroy his own country. Shakespeare’s rare and unique tragedy will be fueled by a dynamic female and non-binary ensemble, and a muscular, movement-focused staging. This modern translation updates the Bard’s language while lifting the story’s core — and reminds us that democracy is fragile and always worth defending. For tickets and more information, visit pcs.org.

By William Shakespeare
In a modern verse translation by Sean San José
Adapted and directed by Rosa Joshi

Coriolanus
Portland Center Stage, U.S. Bank Main Stage, 128 NW Eleventh Ave., Portland, OR 97209
Running from April 20 through May 19, 2024
For full schedule and times, visit the season calendar.

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