One of Shakespeare’s most somber works, Othello is the tale of one man’s obsession with pain, revenge and deceit, and the tragic results it brings.
Perhaps the most hated of all Shakespeare’s characters, Iago uses lies in the form for trust as a catalyst for the tragedy that is about to befall Cyprus.
Othello and Desdemona
Othello's wooing and his elopement with Desdemona help spur the tragedy that is about to unfold on Cyprus.
A simple handkerchief becomes a catalyst for the assumption of Desdemona's betrayal.
After being feed misinformation that she has been unfaithful, Othello murders Desdamona in a fit a jealousy.