In the Stone Cottage Theatre
August 13, 2011
Set in the time of Nero, this comedic play explores the misadventures ofan over the hill and broke Roman soldier and his young slave as they live off the rich and famous. Follow their ever increasing misadventures as they mooch off wealthy noblemen, sleep with their wives, and do whatever it takes to get by. Frequently banned, Satyricon has been considered as one of the greatest books ever written as well as the most “scandalous" and "filthiest" in Western Literature.
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