Maud - The Madness by Alfred, Lord Tennyson

directed by Niegel Smith


Surprisingly contemporary in its politics and psychology, Tennyson’s 1855 Maud outraged critics. The poet’s “little Hamlet” is the story of a morbidly sensitive young man. In love with the eponymous Maud, but tortured by doubt, paranoia, and familial loyalty, he rages at the worlds of commerce, politics, and religion, trying to measure his own worth in an unjust society. A cynic in his joy, he becomes a madman in his despair.


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Theatre/Venue June Havoc Theatre 

312 West 36th Street, 1st Floor  New York

Phone Number for Reservations 212.352.3101 
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Producing Organization: Phoenix Theatre Ensemble  
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