Julius Caesar (Play) archive [PLAY]


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

Work type: Play.


Company The UnDisposables.
10 Mar 20 to 17 Mar 20The Space Arts Centre, Outer London :: V1199
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Company Nova Theatre.
3 May 18 to 5 May 18OFS Studio (previously known as Old Fire Station Theatre), Oxford :: V800
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A promenade production.Company London Theatre Company. Director Nicholas Hytner. Design Bunny Christie. Costume Christina Cunningham. Lighting Bruno Poet. Sound Paul Arditti. Music Nick Powell. Director Kate Waters (fight director). Performer Adjoa Andoh (Casca). Performer David Calder (Julius Caesar). Performer Leaphia Darko (Ensemble). Performer Rosie Ede (Marullus/Artemidorus). Performer Michelle Fairley (Cassius). Performer Leila Farzad (Decius Brutus). Performer Fred Fergus (Lucius/Cinna the Poet). Performer Zachary Hart (Ensemble). Performer Wendy Kweh (Calphurnia). Performer David Morrissey (Mark Anthony). Performer Mark Penfold (Caius Ligarius). Performer Abraham Popoola (Trebonius). Performer Sid Sagar (Flavius/Popilius Lena). Performer Nick Sampson (Cinna). Performer Hannah Stokely (Metellus Cimber). Performer Ben Whishaw (Brutus). Performer Kit Young (Octavius).
20 Jan 18 to 15 Apr 18Bridge Theatre, Inner London :: V01649084045
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Company Spada Productions. Director William Vercilli. Producer Christopher G Jones. Costume Jenn Sambridge. Design Jenn Sambridge.
5 Mar 18 to 1 Apr 18Courtyard Theatre, Inner London :: V184
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Presented byYork Associate Schools Festival.
20 Mar 18Theatre Royal, York :: V954
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Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Angus Jackson. Design Robert Innes Hopkins. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Music Mira Calix. Sound Carolyn Downing. Performer Joseph Adelakun (Cobbler). Performer Ben Allen (Cinna the Conspirator). Performer Kristin Atherton (Calphurnia). Performer David Burnett (Murullus). Performer James Corrigan (Mark Antony). Performer Paul Dodds (Metellus Cimber). Performer Patrick Drury (Cinna the Poet). Performer Waleed Elgadi (Soothsayer). Performer Martin Hutson (Cassius). Performer Tom Lorcan (Publius). Performer Luke MacGregor (Carpenter/Volumnius). Performer Tom McCall (Casca). Performer Hannah Morrish (Portia). Performer Anthony Ofoegbu (Trebonius). Performer Dharmesh Patel (Decius Brutus). Performer Lucy Phelps (Waiting Woman). Performer Jon Tarcy (Octavius). Performer Alex Waldmann (Brutus). Performer Marcello Walton (Lepidus). Performer Andrew Woodall (Julius Caesar).
24 Nov 17 to 20 Jan 18Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
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3 Mar 17 to 9 Sep 17Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135
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23 Jun 17 to 27 Aug 17Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, Chester :: V1214984677
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In an age of political uncertainty and controversial leaders, Shakespeare's immortal thriller is given new relevance and a contemporary twist. Loyalty collides with ambition in the ultimate tale of popular leadership, rise to power, and winning over the people.Producer Storyhouse Theatre. Director Loveday Ingram. Music Tayo Akinbode.
3 Aug 17 to 27 Aug 17Storyhouse, Chester :: V1196088186
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23 Jun 17 to 30 Jul 17Storyhouse, Chester :: V1196088186
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Presented byBristol Old Vic. Presented byBristol Old Vic Theatre School. Performer Julian Glover. Performer Lynn Farleigh.
9 Jun 17 to 1 Jul 17Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
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Producer Sheffield Theatres. Director Robert Hastie. Performer Samuel West (Brutus). Performer Jonathan Hyde (Julius Caesar). Performer Zoe Waites (Cassius). Performer Elliot Cowan (Mark Antony). Performer Chipo Chung (Portia/Octavius). Performer Lisa Caruccio Came (Calpurnia). Performer Pandora Colin (Casca). Performer Robert Goodale (Lepidus). Performer Alison Halstead (Metellus). Performer Mark Holgate (Cinna). Performer Arthur Hughes (Lucius). Performer Robinah Kironde (Popilus/Clitus). Performer Lily Nichol (Soothsayer). Performer Royce Pierreson (Ligarius/Dardanius). Performer Abigail Thaw (Trebonius). Performer Paul Tinto (Artemidorus/Pindarus).
17 May 17 to 10 Jun 17Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
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Young people from Launceston College and surrounding Cornish Schools come together to bring to life Shakespeare's iconic tale of political intrigue and conspiracy.
28 Mar 17Hall for Cornwall, Truro :: V1183
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Company Guildford Shakespeare Company. Director Gemma Fairlie. Design Neil Irish. Lighting Peter Harrison. Sound Elena Pena. Design Anett Black (associate designer). Producer Sarah Gobran. Producer Matt Pinches.
4 Feb 17 to 25 Feb 17General, General :: V129128377
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All female cast. Set in a women's prison. Trilogy Days: Nov 19,22,26, Dec 3,10,17. Perf. times: Julius Caesar 11:00, Henry IV 15:30, The Tempest 20:00Producer Donmar Warehouse. Director Phyllida Lloyd. Design Bunny Christie. Lighting James Farncombe. Lighting Neil Austin. Choreographer Ann Yee. Performer Harriet Walter. Performer Jade Anouka. Performer Shiloh Coke. Performer Jackie Clune. Performer Karen Dunbar. Performer Clare Dunne. Performer Zainab Hasan. Performer Jennifer Joseph. Performer Sophie Stanton. Performer Sharon Rooney. Performer Caroline Valdes. Performer Sheila Atim. Performer Martina Laird.
27 Oct 16 to 12 Dec 16King's Cross Theatre, Inner London :: V02011239465
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Director Polina Kalinina.
24 May 16 to 28 May 16Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Outer London :: V01396607277
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Presented byBA Performing Arts Year 2 Students.
12 May 16 to 13 May 16Melton Theatre, Melton Mowbray :: V437
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Presented byOxford School of Drama.
10 Jun 15 to 13 Jun 15The North Wall, Oxford :: V0818740866
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Focusing on the themes of spin, betrayal, backstabbing and power - rarely has a 16th Century play been more relevant in modern society. Drawing inspiration from popular television shows such as House of Cards, Homeland and The Thick of It, the work will allow the audience to witness behind the scenes politics and draw strong parallels between today's political situation and the story of Julius Caesar.Producer Fergal Philips. Company Proud Haddock Productions. Director Jimmy Walters. Design Oliver Daukes. Lighting WilliamIngham. Costume Eleanor Bull. Music Piers Sherwood Roberts. Performer Ed Sheridan (Marc Antony). Performer Adam Blampied (Brutus). Performer William Findley (Cassius). Performer Alexander McMorran (Caesar). Performer Tracey Pickup (Portia). Performer Rebecca Livermore (Calpurnia). Performer Mark Lawson (Octavius). Performer James Lorcan (Casca). Performer James Sindall (Decius). Performer Vyvyab Almond (Soothsayer).
3 Nov 14 to 15 Nov 14Chelsea Theatre, Inner London :: V179
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2 Oct 14County Hall, West End :: V01019407411
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Company Worcester Repertory Company. Director Chris Jaeger.
17 Oct 14Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
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Jul 14 - A unique opportunity to see two of this summer's Globe productions transported to our beautiful indoor candlelit Playhouse. Experience these exciting productions in this intimate setting.Presented byShakespeare's Globe. Director Dominic Dromgoole. Design Jonathan Fensom. Music Claire Van Kampen. Performer Catherine Bailey (Portia). Performer Sam Cox (Marullus/Caius Ligarius). Performer Patrick Driver (Lepidus/Cinna). Performer Anthony Howell (Cassius). Performer George Irving (Julius Caesar). Performer Joe Jameson (Octavius Caesar). Performer Christopher Logan (Casca). Performer Tom Kanji (Soothsayer). Performer William Mannering (Metellus Cimber/Cinna the Poet). Performer Tom McKay (Brutus). Performer Keith Ramsay (Lucius/Young Cato). Performer Paul Rider (Messala/Cicero). Performer Katy Stephens (Calphumia). Performer Luke Thompson (Mark Antony). Performer Dickon Tyrrell (Decius/Brutus/Lucilius).
14 Jul 14Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
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20 Jun 14 to 11 Oct 14Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
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Open air theatreCompany Iris Theatre.
26 Jun 13 to 26 Jul 13St Paul's Church (The Actors Church), Inner London :: V350
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Producer Orange Tree Theatre. Director Henry Bell. Design Katy Mills. Performer David Antrobus. Performer Nik Drake. Performer Mona Goodwin. Performer Charlotte Powell.
22 Jun 13Orange Tree Theatre, Outer London :: V321
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Company Brentwood Shakespeare Company.
20 Mar 13 to 23 Mar 13Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood :: V1024
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An all-female companyProducer Donmar Warehouse. Director Phyllida Lloyd. Design Bunny Christie. Lighting Neil Austin. Music Gary Yershon. Sound Tom Gibbons. Performer Frances Barber (Julius Caesar). Performer Harriet Walter (Brutus). Performer Cush Jumbo (Mark Anthony). Performer Jade Anouka (Calpurnia). Performer Clare Dunne (Portia). Performer Jenny Jules (Cassius). Performer Ishia Bennison (Casca). Performer Helen Cripps (Cinna the Poet). Performer Jen Joseph (Trebonius). Performer Charlotte Josephine (Lucius). Performer Irene Ketikidi (Dardanius). Performer Carrie Rock (Soothsayer). Performer Carolina Vald?s (Cinna/ Volumnius). Performer Danielle Ward (Clitus).
29 Nov 12 to 9 Feb 13Donmar Warehouse, West End :: V389
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Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Producer Theatre Royal Newcastle Upon Tyne. Director Gregory Doran. Design Michael Vale. Lighting Vince Herbert. Music Akintayo Akinbode. Sound Jonathan Ruddick. Director Kev McCurdy (fights). Director Gbolahan Obisesan (associate director). Performer Adjoa Andoh (Portia). Performer Segun Akingbola (Trebonius). Performer Mark Edulue (Artemidorus). Performer Ray Fearon (Mark Antony). Performer Ricky Fearon (Cicero/Lucilus). Performer Andrew French (Decius Brutus). Performer Marcus Griffths (Marullus/Octavius' Servant/Pindarus). Performer Ivanno Jeremiah (Octavius). Performer Paterson Joseph (Brutus). Performer Jeffery Kissoon (Julius Caesar). Performer Samantha Lawson (Caesar's Servant). Performer Simon Manyonda (Lucius). Performer Joseph Mydell (Casca). Performer Cyril Nri (Cassius). Performer Ann Agbomo (Calpurnia). Performer Theo Ogundipe (Soothsayer). Performer Jude Owusu (Cinna the Poet). Performer Mark Theodore (Metellus Cimber/Messala). Performer Ewart James Walters (Caius Ligarius/Lepidus). Performer Chinna Wodu (Cinna the Conspirator).
23 Oct 12 to 27 Oct 12New Theatre, Cardiff :: V823
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16 Oct 12 to 20 Oct 12Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72
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2 Oct 12 to 6 Oct 12The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
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25 Sep 12 to 29 Sep 12Alhambra Theatre, Bradford :: V965
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19 Sep 12 to 22 Sep 12Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury :: V1452754579
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8 Aug 12 to 15 Sep 12Noel Coward Theatre, West End :: V380
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19 Jul 12 to 28 Jul 12Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
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28 May 12 to 7 Jul 12Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135
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Company Principal Theatre Company. Director Paul Gladwin.
20 Jul 12 to 3 Aug 12Coram's Fields Childrens Park, Inner London :: V164
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Company Oddsocks.
12 Jul 12 to 13 Jul 12General, General :: V1814664255
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30 Jun 12The Lights, Andover :: V01975093207
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11 Jun 12 to 13 Jun 12Derby Theatre, Derby :: V1830193620
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From Rome, Italy. A Benvenuti / Lungta production in collaboration with Teatro di Roma. Performed in Italian.Company I Termini Company.
1 May 12 to 2 May 12Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
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Producer Immersion Theatre. Director James Tobias. Director Roderick Morgan. Design James Tobias. Performer Anna Bond. Performer Liam Mulvey. Performer Rochelle Parry. Performer James Clifford. Performer Nick Bechman. Performer Anthony Pinnick. Performer Tom Bates. Performer Jodie Raven. Performer Jasmine Desmond. Performer Frank Teale. Performer Eleanor Burke. Performer Chris Leaney.
28 Feb 12 to 10 Mar 12Jack Studio Theatre (previously Brockley Studio Theatre), Outer London :: V299
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Company Crescent Theatre Company.
16 Apr 11 to 23 Apr 11Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144
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Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Lucy Bailey. Design William Dudley (and video). Costume Kotini Dimou. Lighting Oliver Fenwick. Director Sarah Dowling (movement). Music Django Bates. Sound Fergus O'Hare. Design Nathalie Maury (associate designer). Director Philip d'Orleans (fights). Performer Joseph Arkley (Remus/Artemidorus/Octavius). Performer Adam Burton (Cimber/Titnius). Performer Brian Doherty (Decius Brutus/Poet). Performer Darrell D'Silva (Mark Antony). Performer Noma Dumezweni (Calphurnia). Performer Phillip Edgerley (Flavius/Popilius/Antony's Servan/Volumnius). Performer James Gale (Cicero/Caesar's Servant/Lepidus/Dardanius). Performer Gruffudd Glun (Cinna the Conspirator/Young Cato). Performer Paul Hamilton (Caius Ligarius/Messala). Performer Greg Hicks (Julius Caesar). Performer Tunji Kasim (Romulus/Lucius). Performer John Mackay (Cassius). Performer Patrick Romer (Murullus/Publius/Cinna the Poet). Performer David Rubin (Trebonius/Lucilius). Performer Oliver Ryan (Casca Pindarus). Performer Simone Saunders (Calphurnia's Servant). Performer Sam Troughton (Marcus Brutus). Performer Larrington Walker (Soothsay/Octavius's Servant). Performer Kirsty Woodward (Priestess). Performer Hannah Young (Portia). Performer Samantha Young (Soothsayer's Acoltye).
6 Jan 11 to 5 Feb 11Roundhouse, West End :: V242
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Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Lucy Bailey. Design William Dudley (and video). Costume Kotini Dimou. Lighting Oliver Fenwick. Director Sarah Dowling (movement). Music Django Bates. Sound Fergus O'Hare. Design Nathalie Maury (associate designer). Director Philip d'Orleans (fights).
28 Jul 10 to 4 Sep 10Courtyard Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V643776775
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Company Lazaruns Theatre Company. Director Ricky Dukes. Design Heather Doole. Design Ricky Dukes. Lighting Heather Doole. Sound Liam Welton. Music Sebastian William. Director Tim McFarland (movement). Director Ricky Dukes (movement).
13 Oct 09 to 7 Nov 09The Blue Elephant Theatre, Inner London :: V1259993386
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Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Lucy Bailey. Lighting Oliver Fenwick. Performer Adam Burton (Cimber). Performer Brian Doherty (Decius Brutus). Performer Darrell D'Silva (Mark Antony). Performer Noma Dumezweni (Calphurnia). Performer Phillip Edgerley (Flavius). Performer James Gale (Publius). Performer Gruffudd Glyn (Cinna the Conspirator). Performer Paul Hamilton (A Conspirator). Performer Greg Hicks (Julius Caesar). Performer Tunji Kasim (Lucius). Performer John Mackay (Cassius). Performer Patrick Romer (Ligarius). Performer David Rubin (Trebonius). Performer Oliver Ryan (Casca). Performer Sam Troughton (Marcus Brutus). Performer Simone Saunders (Play as Cast). Performer Larrington Walker (Soothsayer). Performer Hannah Young (Portia). Performer Samantha Young (Play as Cast).
15 May 09 to 2 Oct 09Courtyard Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V643776775
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Producer Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory (SATTIF). Director Andrew Hilton. Design Harriet de Winton. Performer Alun Reglan (Mark Anthony). Performer Leo Wringer (Brutus). Performer Simon Armstrong (Caesar). Performer Clive Hayward (Cassius). Performer Byron Mondahl (Octavius). Performer Alan Coveney (Casca). Performer Paul Currier (Decius Brutus/Titnius). Performer paul Brendan (Flavius/Lepidus). Performer Marc Geoffrey (Metellus Cimber/Pindarus). Performer Chris Bianchi (Murellus/Cinna the Poet). Performer Dani McCallum (Portia). Performer Dan Winter (Lucilus). Performer Paul Nicholson (Cicero/Clitus). Performer Jonathan Nibbs (Soothsayer/Volumnius). Performer Peter Clifford (Carpenter/Ligarius/Messala). Performer tom Sherman (Trebonius). Performer Cathy Mckinnon (Calphurnia).
12 Feb 09 to 21 Mar 09The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
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This production uses a bold promenade staging, with audience members with promenade tickets standing for the first half of the production, putting them right in the heart of Shakespeare’s most thrilling political tragedy.Producer Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Director Richard Twyman. Performer Garrett Moore (Julius Caesar). Performer Ferdinand Kingsley (Brutus).
28 Nov 08 to 3 Dec 08Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
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Company European Theatre Group.
15 Jan 08 to 19 Jan 08ADC Theatre, Cambridge :: V18
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Producer Mercury Theatre Company. Director Dee Evans. Design Sara Perks. Lighting Tony Simpson. Performer Christine Absalom. Performer Miranda Bell. Performer Kate Copeland. Performer Clare Humphreys. Performer Liz Ingram. Performer Gina Issac. Performer Charlie Morgan. Performer Natasha Rickman. Performer Shuna Snow. Performer Kelly Williams.
7 Nov 07 to 24 Nov 07Mercury Theatre, Colchester :: V37
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Company Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Youth Theatre. Director Dan Meigh.
23 Oct 07 to 24 Oct 07Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool :: V535
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Producer SEDOS.
22 Oct 07 to 23 Oct 07General, Inner London :: V1231
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[John Godber]'s version of the Shakespeare classic gives the play both a minimalist and an accessible quality. The compression of the play emphasizes the fact that Julius Caesar is, above all, one of the greatest political thrillers of all time.Company Kangaroo Court. Adapted by John Godber. Director Neil McCurley. Director Tim Stacey (assistant). Lighting Matthew Stacey. Sound Matthew Stacey. Performer Jonathon Neal. Performer Megan Pugh. Performer Gary Richens. Performer Rich Romero. Performer Paul Stacey. Performer Nicholas Thompson.
25 Sep 07 to 13 Oct 07Jack Studio Theatre (previously Brockley Studio Theatre), Outer London :: V299
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Producer Royal Shakespeare Company (Royal Shakespeare Company (in association with University Musical Society of the University of Michigan). Producer Ann Arbor. Director Sean Holmes. Design Stephen Brimson Lewis. Costume Kandis Cook. Lighting Paul Anderson. Performer James Hayes (Julius Caesar). Performer John Light (Brutus). Performer Finbar Lynch (Cassius). Performer Joseph Alessi. Performer Ravi Aujla. Performer Ariyon Bakare. Performer Paul Barnhill. Performer Allyson Brown. Performer Rob Carroll. Performer Nick Court. Performer Ewen Cummins. Performer Mariah Gale. Performer Craig Gazey. Performer Chris Jarman. Performer Edumnd Kingsley. Performer Luke Neal. Performer Keith Osborn. Performer Golda Rosheuvel. Performer David Rubin.
6 May 06 to 10 Oct 06Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135
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Company Old Town Theatre Company.
15 Jun 06 to 17 Jun 06Swindon Arts Centre, Swindon :: V927
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Producer Progress Theatre. Company Top of Form 2.
1 Mar 06 to 4 Mar 06Progress Theatre, Reading :: V737
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Company Shakespeare Institute Players. Director Will Sharpe. Director David Hartwig. Performer Peter Malin (Julius Caesar). Performer Powder Thompson (Brutus). Performer Brian Willis (Cassius). Performer Will Sharpe (Mark Antony). Performer Conny Loder (Portia). Performer Kelly Steele (Calpurnia/Octavius' Servant/Luciliius). Performer Isaac Pletcher (Casca/Strato). Performer Andy Kesson (Octavius Caesar/Cobbler/Artemidorus). Performer Sara Thompson (Decius Brutus/Titinius). Performer Julie Cusson (Murellus/Trebonius/Messala). Performer Jami Rogers (Cinna the Conspirator/Ligarius/Messenger). Performer Hannah Lemberg (Lucius). Performer Liisa Spink (Flavius/Antony's Servant/Publius/Pindarus). Performer David C Hartwig (Soothsayer).
1 Dec 05 to 3 Dec 05The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V01040860086
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Producer Lyric Hammersmith (by arrangement with the Royal Shakespeare Company). Director David Farr. Design Ti Green. Lighting Neil Austin. Music Keith Clouston. Sound Martin Slavin. Director Mark Murphy (film and movement). Director Terry King (fights). Director Malcolm Newton (music). Performer Richard Clews (Caius Ligarius/Flavius). Performer Richard Copestake (Metellus Cimber). Performer Charles Daish (Decius Brutus). Performer Phillip Edgerley (Casca). Performer Endy McKay (Octavius' Servant). Performer Andrew Melville (Popilius Lena/Cinna the Poet). Performer Gary Oliver (Mark Antony). Performer Merryn Owen (Cinna). Performer Rachel Pickup (Portia wife of Brutus). Performer Patrick Romer (Cicero/Lepidus). Performer Clifford Samuel (Trebonius). Performer Christopher Saul (Julius Caesar). Performer Adrian Schiller (Caius Cassius). Performer Simon Scott (Artemidorous/Murellus). Performer Rhys Swinbourn (Lucius). Performer Zubin Varla (Marcus Brutus). Performer Sharlene Whyte (Calpurnia wife of Caesar).
2 Sep 05 to 15 Oct 05Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, Outer London :: V315
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In association with the Young Vic Theatre CompanyProducer Barbican. Producer Theatre National du Chaillot (Paris). Producer Teatro Espanol (Madrid). Producer Grand Theatre de la Ville (Luxembourg). Director Deborah Warner. Design Tom Pye. Lighting Jean Kalman. Music Mel Mercier. Sound Christopher Shutt. Performer John Shrapnel (Julius Caesar). Performer Simon Russell Beale (Simon Russell Beale (Cassius). Performer Ralph Fiennes (Antony). Performer Fiona Shaw (Portia). Performer Sean Baker. Performer Anthony Mark Barrow. Performer David Cllings. Performer Robert Demeger. Performer Michael Gardiner. Performer Jimmy Gardner. Performer David Glover. Performer Ginny Holder. Performer Jim Hooper. Performer Chris Jarman. Performer John Kane. Performer Joseph Kennedy. Performer Oliver Kieran-Jones. Performer Alex McIntosh. Performer Celia Meiras. Performer James Anthony Pearson. Performer Tim Potter. Performer Struan Rodger. Performer John Rogan. Performer Clifford Rose. Performer Paul Shearer. Performer Rohan Siva. Performer Daniel Weyman. Performer Leo Wringer.
14 Apr 05 to 14 May 05Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
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Company Royal Shakespeare Company (in association with Davidson College North Carolina USA). Director David Farr. Design Ti Green. Lighting Neil Austin. Music Keith Clouston. Director Terry King (fights).
3 May 05 to 7 May 05General, General :: V1267
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26 Apr 05 to 30 Apr 05General, General :: V1273
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12 Apr 05 to 16 Apr 05General, General :: V617861838
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5 Apr 05 to 9 Apr 05The Dukeries Leisure Centre, New Ollerton :: V0820039253
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29 Mar 05 to 2 Apr 05General, General :: V1268
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18 Nov 04 to 26 Feb 05Swan Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V136
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2 Nov 04 to 6 Nov 04General, General :: V1262
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26 Oct 04 to 30 Oct 04General, Dumfries :: V0393328018
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20 Oct 04 to 23 Oct 04Beaufort Theatre, Ebbw Vale :: V844
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12 Oct 04 to 16 Oct 04South Holland Centre, Spalding :: V0757366007
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5 Oct 04 to 9 Oct 04The Dome, Doncaster :: V0263033343
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28 Sep 04 to 2 Oct 04Epic Leisure Centre, Ellesmere Port :: V01840810257
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John Godber brings the classic play bang up to date for today's audiences. This new production is a modern and fast moving account of the greatest political thriller ever.Producer Hull Truck. Adapted by John Godber. Director John Godber. Design Pip Leckenby. Lighting Graham Kirk. Costume John Boddy. Performer Dicken Ashworth. Performer Gregg Hobbs. Performer Rob Hudson.
21 Oct 04 to 13 Nov 04Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935
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Producer Cannon's Mouth. Producer David Babani. Producer Danielle Tarento. Director Ben Naylor. Design Colin Richmond. Lighting David Babani. Other Ben Power (dramaturg). Performer Nick Barber (Cassius). Performer James Tovell (Brutus). Performer Edmund Kingsley (Caesar). Performer Dan Crow (Octavius). Performer Richard Simons (Mark Antony). Performer Alex Blake (Calpurnia). Performer Nathanael Wiseman (Soothsayer).
25 Feb 04 to 28 Mar 04Menier Theatre, Outer London :: V341546307
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Producer Royal Lyceum. Director Mark Thomson. Design Robert Innes Hopkins. Performer Gilly Gilchrist (Brutus). Performer Kenneth Bryans (Cassius). Performer Kern Falconer (Caesar). Performer Phil McKee (Antony). Performer Gavin Kean (Octavius). Performer Douglas Russell. Performer Steven Cartwright. Performer Chris Young. Performer Ian Grieve. Performer Tom Freeman. Performer Malcolm Shields. Performer Allan Sharpe. Performer Billy McElhaney. Performer James Bryce. Performer Meg Fraser. Performer Isabella Jarrett.
19 Sep 03 to 18 Oct 03Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh :: V604
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Director Peter Cockman.
24 Jul 02 to 3 Aug 02Progress Theatre, Reading :: V737
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The classic [Shakespeare] tragedy is given a new lease of life in this adaptation for the 21st century.Company Warwick University Drama Society. Director Martin Arumedi-Ikhede.
9 May 02 to 12 May 02Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
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Running time 2 hours with no interval.Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Edward Hall. Design Michael Pavelka. Lighting Ben Ormerod. Music Simon Slater. Sound Matt McKenzie. Choreographer Ian Spink. Director Terry King (fight). Performer Claire Cox (Portia). Performer Ian Hogg (Julius Caesar). Performer John Hopkins (Octavius Caesar). Performer Colin McCormack (Casca). Performer Greg Hicks (Marcus Brutus). Performer Tom Mannion (Mark Antony). Performer Tim Piggott-Smith (Cassius). Performer Finn Caldwell. Performer James Curran. Performer Anthony Flanagan. Performer Stuart Goodwin. Performer Sean Hannaway. Performer Tom Harper. Performer Chuk Iwuji. Performer Adam Kay. Performer Damian Kearney. Performer David Mara. Performer Andrew Maud. Performer Conor Maloney. Performer Tom Mannion. Performer Charlie Simpson. Performer Andrew James Storey. Performer Sian Howard. Performer Penelope Woodman.
24 Jan 02 to 6 Apr 02Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
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24 Nov 01Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
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13 Jul 01 to 13 Oct 01Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135
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New adaptation that exchanges Rome for a rain-forest eco-community where women rule the roost.Producer Troy Productions. Director Jonathan Price. Design Rebecca Chadwick. Performer Helen Bang. Performer Julian Blundell. Performer Olivia Caruthers. Performer Christopher Duncan. Performer Cinna. Performer Caroline Mudd. Performer Drew Mulligan. Performer Catherine Neal. Performer Susan Scott. Performer Charlotte Windmill.
17 Oct 00 to 4 Nov 00Barons Court Theatre, Inner London :: V169
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Director David Lan. Performer Dorian Healy. Performer Lloyd Owen. Performer robert Cavanagh. Performer Marcus D'Amico. Performer Simon Hunt. Performer Evroy Deer. Performer Jaye Griffiths. Performer Daniel Roberts. Performer Tom Bowles. Performer Nigel Clauzel. Performer Phillipa Peak. Performer Anthony Psaila. Performer Gary Sefton.
15 Sep 00 to 28 Oct 00The Young Vic, West End :: V245
listing details L1010637208


It is 30s and 40s New York surrounding the rise and fall of various factions of the Gambini family. Fuelled by a fiery young uprising, a group of powerful conspirators plot the death of the Don: Julius Caesar. All have different motives, some believe it is for the good of the family, some because of the corruption of power, some believe it is for the good of the family, some because of the corruption of power, some believe a change is needed to update and infiltrate an outmoded, traditional past.Producer Alexander Holt (for Tenth Planet Productions in association with Brainstorm). Director Craig Giovanelli. Performer Jake Biggins. Performer Tim Davenport. Performer Jamie Harding. Performer Rob Marni. Performer Dan Maynard. Performer John G Moriatis. Performer Leigh Palmer. Performer Jack Roberts. Performer Rebecca Rocheford-Davies.
8 Aug 00 to 2 Sep 00Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Inner London :: V1170
listing details L0253146676


A modern version of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar in a contemporary political setting. Will Saesar stand for another term as Emperor? Who can stop him? Yon Cassius has a lean and hungry look.Adapted by Thomas Gemmell.
22 Sep 99 to 25 Sep 99Cottiers Theatre, Glasgow :: V612
listing details L01370678264


All male production, in the traditional style. The final performance falls on 21 September and will commemorate the 400th anniversary of the first recorded performance in the original Globe Theatre. Red Company.Director Mark Rylance (Master of Play). Director Giles Block (Master of Verse). Conductor Claire van Kampen (Master of Music). Costume Jenny Tiramani (Master of Clothing and Properties). Performer Toby Cockerell. Performer Timothy Davies. Performer Jimmy Gardner. Performer Roger Gartland. Performer James Gillan. Performer Liam Houricam. Performer Mark Lewis Jones. Performer Terence Maynard. Performer John McEnery. Performer Quill Roberts. Performer Mike Rudko. Performer Danny Sapani. Performer Paul Shelley. Performer Ben Walden. Performer Benedict Wong.
13 May 99 to 21 Sep 99Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
listing details L1202644498


Company Leeds University Union Theatre Group.
28 Jun 99 to 2 Jul 99Minack Theatre, Penzance :: V872
listing details L01689315848
28 Jun 99 to 2 Jul 99Minack Theatre, Penzance :: V872
listing details L0813422249


Translated to modern Washington DC.Company Flibbertigibbet.
18 Sep 98 to 19 Sep 98Anglia Ruskin Drama Studio, Cambridge :: V20
listing details L2049124331


Adapted by Metin Marlow.
24 Oct 97 to 11 Nov 97Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham :: V143
listing details L4624481


Director Anthony Clark. Design Patrick Connellan. Lighting Davy Cunningham. Music Mark Vibrans. Performer James Dreyfus. Performer Michael Cashman. Performer Timothy Walker. Performer David Bark-Jones. Performer Graham Bill. Performer Michael Gunn. Performer Andy Hockley. Performer Timothy Kighley. Performer Paul Barnhill. Performer Neil Warhurst.
29 Apr 97 to 7 Jun 97Maison Bertaux, Inner London :: V282
listing details L0650188533
to 20 Jun 97Maison Bertaux, Inner London :: V282
listing details L771871020


Company ShermanTheatr / Mappa Mundi.
19 Apr 97Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817
listing details L01742819681


Company Shenandoah.
29 Jan 97 to 15 Feb 97Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824
listing details L1882230039


New contemporary interpretation from Scottish companyDirector Graham McLaren. Company Theatre Babel.
25 Nov 96 to 30 Nov 96The Tramway, Glasgow :: V621
listing details L1392492213

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