Puppet Titus Andronicus Set 

"Titus Andronicus" convoluted and graphically violent as all get-out, is not generally regarded as one of Shakespeare's better plays. This tragedy about a Roman general whose family is at odds with the Goths is a relentless parade of revenge, cannibalism, and bloodletting- New York Times

"The Puppet Shakespeare Players perform an irreverent version of the Bard's maximally violent tragedy, bringing out the dark comedy in this tale of eye-for-an-eye and kids-for-a-meal brutality." -TimeOut NY 

"Shakespeare's "Titus Andronicus" is a bloody, violent work. It's crude. It's brutal. But it just might be the feel good hit of the summer." - NewYork1