Review On Coriolanus

Evan Henerson

Non-Registered Critics

For a tale in which fickle, ungrateful masses play as vital a role as any in the Bard's canon, Coriolanus benefits from being able to fill a stage. Geer and Marshall have plenty of bodies. Whether they're enacting the starving commoners that our titular anti-hero spurns, the Volscian followers of Coriolanus's enemy Tullus Aufidius or an array of Vestal Virgins, this ensemble is bountiful and in fine mettle throughout.