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Julius Caesar - 1988 - Off-Broadway


Joseph Papp Public Theater [Newman Theater]

(New York, NY)
425 Lafayette Street
by Robert Diamond - Sep 9, 2021
Dana Al Fardan, one of the Middle East’s leading contemporary composers, and West End star Nadim Naaman today announce that their second major stage musical, ‘Rumi: The Musical’ will get its world premiere at the London Coliseum in  November 2021.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 7, 2021
Casting has been completed for the upcoming Broadway premiere of Thoughts of a Colored Man with Bjorn DuPaty and Garrett Turner joining as understudies. Rehearsals begin Tuesday, September 7th. 
by Stephi Wild - Sep 5, 2021
There is something about Theo Ogundipe that is worth getting to know... And with one listen to this multifaceted indie-soul musician's new single, 'Y' - available now - that notion is easily confirmed.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 3, 2021
The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre (The Gamm) opens Season 37 with A Lie Agreed Upon, a timely rewrite of Henrik Ibsen's An Enemy of the People. Written and directed by Gamm Artistic Director Tony Estrella, A Lie Agreed Upon explores what can happen in a democratic society when science and individual morality clash with economic interests and majority rule.
by Alan Henry - Sep 2, 2021
National Theatre Live is the true intersection of film and theatre (and affordable too)-they take shows from London's West End and broadcasts them in movie theaters all across the county. NTL is the closest thing audiences have to experiencing the feeling of actually sitting in the theater. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 17, 2021
Signature Theatre has announced the cast of Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992, National Humanities Medal-recipient Anna Deavere Smith’s gathering of voices surrounding the 1992 L.A. civil unrest in a complex portrait of a city’s racial anguish.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 17, 2021
From a single fateful phone call taken reluctantly from the toilet, a Shakespearean actor finds his world collapsing around him. As the story unfolds, the unforgiving realities of his shattered life intertwine with Shakespeare's radiant, immortal text, while the man teeters dangerously close to the brink.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 13, 2021
Shakespeare's Globe has announced the Education Activities available to young people and their families this October Half-Term. Public booking opens on Thursday 16 September at 10.00am. Tickets for friends and Patrons are currently available.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 1, 2021
Suzan-Lori Parks' White Noise will receive its European premiere at the Bridge Theatre, directed by Polly Findlay with a cast comprising James Corrigan, Ken Nwosu, Faith Omole and Helena Wilson.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 1, 2021
The season will feature Shakespeare's Measure for Measure directed by Blanche McIntyre, Hamlet directed by Sean Holmes, The Merchant of Venice directed by Abigail Graham, and a festive reimagining of Hans Christian Andersen's The Fir Tree written by Hannah Khalil. Alongside productions in the Playhouse, there will also be two week-long festivals (including the return of Shakespeare and Race) and half-term events for families.
by Nicole Rosky - May 27, 2021
Today (May 27) in live streaming: Meet the Top 5 High Schoolers of Next On Stage, it's Game Night on Stars in the House, and more!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 27, 2021
On the heels of its streaming event, Macbeth: A Surround Sound Experiment, Knock at the Gate will return to the space between your ears this April with Caesar: A Surround Sound Experiment, a new immersive listening experience designed for headphones and lunar light (no screens, no zooms).
by Nicole Rosky - May 26, 2021
Today (May 26) in live streaming: George Salazar visits Backstage Live, Vineyard Theatre continues its Gala series with Randy Rainbow and KT Tunstall, and more!
by Nicole Rosky - May 25, 2021
Today (May 25) in live streaming: a Here Lies Love reunion on Stars in the House, Next Year, Some Year, Caesar: A Sound Experiment, and more!
by Stephi Wild - May 25, 2021
Beginning in November with Handel’s Julius Caesar in Egypt, in its first staging by the company, the season continues with the return of Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance, Rossini’s beloved Barber of Seville, and the Southeastern premiere of the Grammy award-winning opera The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs, in a new production by Carl W. Knobloch Jr. General and Artistic Director Tomer Zvulun.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 25, 2021
Recorded in isolation and presented in stunning high-fidelity 3D audio, this new audio-only adaptation of Julius Caesar invites listeners to turn out the lights, put on a pair of headphones, and be transported to ancient Rome and the beating heart of Shakespeare’s searing epic like never before. 
by Stephi Wild - Jun 8, 2021
Under Haydon's stewardship, the Rose's own work will be the priority, as demonstrated by the five Rose Originals in this upcoming season, but there will always be room on the theatre's stage for the country's leading touring shows as well.  This season's Rose Originals are a blend of new plays tackling significant contemporary issues and well-known titles reinvented for today.
by Nicole Rosky - Jun 7, 2021
This week (June 7-13) in live streaming: Matthew Morrison visits Backstage Live, the Next on Stage Season 3 finale, Show of Titles premieres, and so much more!
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 4, 2021
On June 1, 1st Stage premiered the immersive new web series, Duck Harbor, and revealed the cast to the world and each other.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 30, 2021
Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum presents the world premiere of The Last, Best Small Town, a modern-day “Our Town” by L.A.-based Latinx playwright John Guerra. Performances begin Saturday, July 31 on Theatricum's beautiful outdoor stage in Topanga, where they continue through Nov. 7.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 26, 2021
Oregon Shakespeare Festival has announced the month-long, five-play O! Reading Series. For this new initiative, five directors who are part of OSF’s artistic staff have each chosen a play to be performed as a live digital staged reading by some of OSF’s favorite actors.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 26, 2021
International Shakespeare Center has announced it 2021 season! 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 25, 2021
The Drilling Company will return with Shakespeare in the Parking Lot July 15 to 30, offering a portable three-week run of 'Two Noble Kinsmen,' a rarely-produced curiosity of the Shakespearean canon.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 25, 2021
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM by William Shakespeare, directed by Emma Rosa Went, is the first production of the inaugural season of the Connecticut Shakespeare Festival. The theme of this season is “Shakespeare and Sondheim.” There will be
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 25, 2021
The Drilling Company will return with Shakespeare in the Parking Lot July 15 to 30, offering a portable three-week run of 'Two Noble Kinsmen,' a rarely-produced curiosity of the Shakespearean canon.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 2, 2021
The Seeing Place Theater has announced the world premiere production of Brandon Walker's THE QUEER WITCH CONSPIRACY, directed by Erin Cronican. THE QUEER WITCH CONSPIRACY will play a two performances only on Zoom, June 23 & 24 at 8 p.m. and continue on demand through June 27, 2021. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 17, 2021
Two beloved plays by William Shakespeare are set to welcome audiences back to the spectacular outdoor venue at Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum this summer.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 15, 2021
Casting has been announced for THE BOY WITH THE BEE JAR by John Straiton (long-listed for the 2019 Bruntwood Prize), the first show to play at The Hope Theatre post reopening from 29 June – 17 July.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 1, 2021
Historical dramas are in-fashion on stage and on Netflix these days. Playwright/author Jan Ewing offers his own entry: the story of IVAN VI: The Baby Tsar of Russia.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 9, 2021
National Alliance for Musical Theatre has announced the line-up of new musicals for their 33rd Annual FESTIVAL OF NEW MUSICALS on Thursday October 20 and Friday, October 21, 2021. This year, NAMT ‘s Festival of New Musicals will be presented as a unique digital and in-person hybrid, allowing wider accessibility for attendees.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 8, 2021
The Drilling Company will return with Shakespeare in the Parking Lot July 15 to 30, offering a portable three-week run of 'Two Noble Kinsmen,' a rarely-produced curiosity of the Shakespearean canon.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 6, 2021
Two young people and their dæmons, with everything at stake, find themselves at the centre of a terrifying manhunt. In their care is a tiny child called Lyra Belacqua, and in that child lies the fate of the future. And as the waters rise around them, powerful adversaries conspire for mastery of Dust: salvation to some, the source of infinite corruption to others.
by Evan Henerson - Jul 26, 2021
'A lean an hungry look,' Julius Caesar’s oft-quoted descriptor for Cassius, is an apt metaphor for the season-opening production of JULIUS CAESAR at the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum, and not always in a good way. The leanness box is dutifully checked, but director Ellen Geer’s production could certainly be hungrier and more thought out.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 26, 2021
A brisk, hilarious adaptation for ten actors that invites the audience into a vibrant world of music, mischief, mistaken identity, dizzying romance and fierce passion. When a group of war heroes are invited to enjoy peacetime on Don Leonato's beautiful estate, they find their friendships greatly tested by a formidable new adversary: Love.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 20, 2021
The adaptation is a 90-minute version with a music score excerpted from the 1960's and 70's pop songbook. It is among the first professional live theatre productions in the DC area next month.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 2, 2021
Westport Country Playhouse will add to its 2021 Season lineup the HD video production from its archives, “Of Mice and Men,” by Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize-winning author John Steinbeck, streaming on demand, Monday, September 13 through Sunday, September 26.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 19, 2021
Nine years after its inaugural production of Julius Caesar, Madison Shakespeare Company is celebrating another summer of firsts when All's Well That Ends Well opens on Friday July 23 at the Madison Country Day School amphitheater in Waunakee.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 13, 2021
Nicholas Mongiardo-Cooper plays Don, the seasoned coach who is tough as nails and has no time for excuses, untied shoelaces, or losing.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 13, 2021
The production runs July 28 - August 22. Learn more about the show and how to purchase tickets here!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 13, 2021
Palo Alto Players for the first time in its recent history will premiere an original one-man show by Bay Area actor Fred Pitts. AREN’T YOU…? recounts Pitts’ hilarious journey to visit all 21 California Mission churches, where he discovers being black makes him an instant celebrity – the question is which one?
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 30, 2021
244 Productions will present “The Last Night of the Oki Dog,” a new play by Jeff Smith and Len Wechsler, part of the Broadway Bound Theatre Festival (BBTF) 2021 which will be held at Theatre Row (Theatre 2) 410 West 42nd Street (Between 9th & Dyer Avenues).
by Zoe Burke - Aug 29, 2021
“[…]that season, billed as 'The Romans' - consisting of timely productions of Julius Caesar and Coriolanus - opened last weekend at the quad at Santa Fe Preparatory School (1101 Camino de Cruz Blanca), proving itself to be well worth the wait.“
by Stephi Wild - Aug 24, 2021
Dawn Walton OBE directs Francesca Amewudah-Rivers (Ismene), Liz Crowther (Tiresias), Wendy Kweh (Creon), Joseph Payne (Haemon) and Adeola Yemitan in her professional stage debut as Antigone.
by Ellen Dostal - Aug 23, 2021
Actress, Willow Geer discusses the character she plays in JULIUS CAESAR at the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum. Enjoy!
by Stephi Wild - Aug 19, 2021
A budding young journalist lands a dream internship at the country's biggest online news organization. There, he stumbles on an earth-shattering story and – against better judgement – decides to click publish. There's just one problem: the story is completely untrue. Whatever you think about the news or those who make it, prepare to think again – in this one-man show that will force you to ask if there really is such a thing as bad publicity.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 16, 2021
The Atlanta Opera returns to the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre this season for its four mainstage productions: Handel's Julius Caesar in Egypt, Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance, Rossini's Barber of Seville, and Mason Bates's The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 13, 2021
In a mental health unit inside a prison, a group of women discover the music of punk rock band The Slits and form their own group. An outlet for their frustration, they find remedy in revolution. But in a system that suffocates, can rebellion ever be allowed?
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 12, 2021
Westport Country Playhouse has selected two HD videos from its archives of performances captured live on stage for streaming on demand. The Playhouse’s 2018 production of “Man of La Mancha,” the Tony Award-winning musical following Don Quixote’s quest for “The Impossible Dream,” will stream on-demand from Monday, August 23-Sunday, September 5.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 11, 2021
Hope's debut with Bay Street Theater continues a family tradition in the performing arts, and is an extension of that family's ongoing support of Bay Street's productions and programs. Hope's parents are Bay Street co-founders Emma Walton Hamilton and Stephen Hamilton, who served as co-Artistic Director and Executive Director, respectively, for 17 years.