Delaunay is often credited with being a pioneer of abstract art in the pre-World War I period. In 2015, The Guardian dubbed her the “avant-garde queen of loud, wearable art” and last April, National Geographic named her one of six artists who turned the modern art world on its head.


The tragedy/history happens to be the Bard’s second longest play and features an action-packed plot, along with a character list that’s “Game of Thrones”-level complicated.