April 4, 2005: Those cruel forces of history known as the dogs of war are on a rampage at the Belasco Theater, where a carnage-happy new production of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" opened last night. Dripping blood and breathing smoke, these specters of martial havoc are chewing up and spitting out everything in their path: friends, Romans, countrymen, blank verse, emotional credibility, a man who would be king and even the noblest movie star of them all, he whom the masses call Denzel.READ THE REVIEW
Julius Caesar (2005) BROADWAY REVIEWS
- Opening Night:
- April 3, 2005
- June 12, 2005
Theater: 37 Arts Theatre / 450 West 37th Street, New York, NY, 10018Synopsis:BUY TICKETS BUY GROUP TICKETS
Shakespeare's Julius Caesar is both a political thriller and a character study about the treacherous assassination of the Roman emperor Julius Caesar led by co-conspirators Brutus and Cassius, who fear the leader has become too powerful.
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Julius Caesar (2005)