Pistorius: A Shakespearean Tragedy
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Macbeth. Othello. Hamlet. Pistorius. In 2013, three cackling news anchors predict the fall of the first Olympian double amputee. Amidst the madness at his fame and father, our so-called tragic hero kills his lover, Reeva, and shockingly pleads his innocence. In Elizabethan English and the Bards famous metre, the following court battle and feud with the mourning Steenkamps unravels this tragedy of Shakespearean proportions.