Timon of Athens is a play unique to Shakespeare as it offers a central character without family or partner; the story of a rich and liberal Athenian whose generosity is exploited until he learns the full extent of man's greed.
Simon Russell Beale,
An expecting Mother (Rachel) and husband (Matt) crash their car in the countryside and are offered shelter by a farmer and his wife. Rachel soon realizes the farmer's children are in fact ... See full summary »
In the Wild West of 1868, Reo, a vigilante lawyer, is forced to take an unusual job to get out of jail. In the remote village of Solitude he not only faces a monster terrorising the locals but also his inner demons.