‘Brutus of Troy’ Is A Small-Scale Reimagining Of Myth: Review

A half-hour radio play may not seem the most fitting format to explore Geoffrey of Monmouth’s legend of Britain’s first king. However, writer and director William Kemp uses the medium to great effect in his Brutus of Troy, creating a vibrant, snapshot-style narrative that highlights the human in the epic. Following in the tradition of […]Read More