Ignoring the warning of a soothsayer to “Beware the Ideas of March,” Caesar goes to the capitol where he is brutally assassinated. In the chaotic aftermath, the emperor’s murderers and his supporters compete for the hearts of the public, and the honorable Brutus is doomed by the idealism which led him to murder for what he perceived as the public good.

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Julius Caesar

Nov 23 - Jan 09

Lansburgh Theatreby William Shakespeare

directed by Joe Dowling
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