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Julius Caesar archiveWhen Caesar returns to Rome from the wars a virtual dictator, Brutus and his republican friends resolve that his ambition must be curbed - which in Rome can mean only one thing: the great general must be assassinated. But once the deed is done, the idealistic conspirators must reckon with the forces of a new power bloc, led by Mark Antony and Caesar's nephew Octavius. When their armies close at Philippi, will Caesar's ghost be avenged? Opposing dictatorship and republicanism, private virtue and mob violence, Shakespeare's tense drama of high politics reveals the emotional currents that flow between men in power.


Author: Shakespeare

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Archive listings for Julius Caesar (2024)

Work type: Play. There are performances of this work in the listings (current and future) database, see Julius Caesar


Icarus Theatre Collective inject fresh relevance into Shakespeare's political thriller by setting it in the near future. Using digital screens and creative graphics to underscore the parallels between the schemers of Ancient Rome, the turmoil of Shakespeare's England, and the power of fake news to destroy our world today. All performances Creative Captioned.Company Icarus Theatre Collective. Director Max Lewendel. Producer Elise Williamson. Director William Grint (Deaf Associate Director). Design Flavio Graff. Sound Theo Holloway. Design Will Monks (video design). Performer Jonathan Blaydon (Cinna / Octavius). Performer Eleanor Crosswell (Metellus Cimber). Performer James Heatlie (Mark Antony). Performer Lindsey Huebner (Casca). Performer William Travis (Julius Caesar). Performer Michael Skellern (Cassius). Performer Rowan Winter (Brutus). Performer Grace Cherry (Cinna the Poet). Performer Angus Dunican (Marullus). Performer Aimee Louise Bevan. Performer Kitty Delvin. Performer Anthony Harwood. Performer Andrew Hislop. Performer Fran Olivares. Performer Lee Peck. Performer Gemma Reynolds. Performer Constanza Ruff. Performer Dita Tantang. Performer Sarah Warren.
11 Jun 24 to 13 Jun 24Theatre Royal, Winchester :: V782
listing details L149652629
4 Jun 24 to 5 Jun 24Civic Hall, Wolverhampton :: V01294560265
listing details L0674115599
6 May 24 to 8 May 24Theatre Royal, Dumfries :: V646
listing details L0744131152
23 Apr 24 to 24 Apr 24Mercury Theatre, Colchester :: V37
listing details L1397198287
12 Apr 24 to 13 Apr 24Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond :: V944
listing details L0691076154
6 Mar 24 to 7 Mar 24Darlington Hippodrome (formerly Civic Theatre), Darlington :: V562
listing details L01258471613
27 Feb 24 to 29 Feb 24Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke :: V764
listing details L330492665
21 Feb 24 to 22 Feb 24New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth :: V769
listing details L0901761389


Producer Questors.
26 Apr 24 to 4 May 24Questor's Theatre, Outer London :: V326
listing details L639033320


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