Dec 15

Offensive Shadows Readings – The Lamentable Tragedy of Titus Andronicus

So, now that Titus has been released into the wild, we would like to present a few little bonus features for your improved comfort and listenability (…Dani claims that “listenability” is now a word because she made it one and, since she has a Master’s in English, she can do that… Mike is dubious). Today we present to you Saturninus’s speech from The Lamentable Tragedy of Titus Andronicus act IV scene iv. This reading was included in part 3 of our original Titus episodes, but we wanted to feature the work of Angelo Calderone outside of those test episodes (because, really, we wouldn’t blame you for not wanting to dig around them just to listen to his very talented voice-over acting capabilities).

In this speech, Saturninus expresses his displeasure at the aggressive acts of Titus against the Emperor’s lawful rule.

Thanks for Listening

-Dani & Mike


Offensive Shadows Readings Titus Act IV Scene IV – Saturninus

If you want to read any portion of the text, Internet Shakespeare Editions makes available good modern-type versions of the first folio for free. Titus is available here.


Reading by Angelo Calderone

Theme Music by Matt Rosvally

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