The Hypocrites presents Coriolanus. The world is at war. Territories are gained and lost by the sword. Men are fighting for power and honor. Coriolanus returns home the conquering hero. His battles were epic. His missions were practically suicidal. His wounds are fresh. He did it all for love! His love of country made him a formidable warrior. Initially, his return is celebrated in adoration. Later, the people relinquish their allegiance. They banish Coriolanus. What happens when everything you fought for is taken away from you? Coriolanus attacks with brutal force.
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