Anna Walsh is a Howard County native who got her start at City Paper as an editorial intern in the summer of 2012. After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University in 2013, she worked as the sports copy editor at the York Dispatch in York, Pennsylvania, even though she knew pretty much nothing about sports when she started. She came back to City Paper as the copy editor and Eats & Drinks editor in June 2014. When she's not working, she's usually hanging out in Mount Vernon or taking pictures of her cats.
Maimings and murder and rape and beheadings and cannibalism and death by starvation and, well, more murder: Even by the standards of the contemporary world, Shakespeare's "Titus Andronicus" is a pretty gory play. It bears more similarities to "Reservoir Dogs" than "Romeo and Juliet," a resemblance that Chesapeake Shakespeare Company seized upon for its current production of "Titus Andronicus."