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Of course I went to see Julius Caesar. Julius Caesar is one of my very favorite historical figures, and I like Shakespeare too. Oh, I had an excellent time.
To begin with, there was complimentary wine. As I have said, this gives so many points. Wine and theatre are a holy combination and more should recognize this. I gave thanks and said my blessing for the wine, being very grateful to Dionysos and the Universe for having provided it to me. Later, it of course offered a good means by which to socialize with the actors and crew and so forth.
I read a review earlier which said it thought “The production foolishly substitutes emotion with blood. The emo...
Shakespeare with Impact! This company really pushes the rpms on this one-act version of Caesar. Some great ideas with lighting and staging (just when I thought the heavy use of flashlights was getting to be boring they found a new way to employ them). There were moments when I found myself yearning for a bit slower and more thought out delivery of the lines (perhaps with a little less yelling) but when moving at such speeds its hard to let such observations detract from the enjoyment of the piece. A well crafted work....