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JULIUS CAESAR (2010) NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW
Opening Night: July 29, 2010
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In Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, a favorite for all ages, the commoners rejoice over Caesar's triumph over Pompey while the patricians, fearing his irresistable ambition, conspire against him and enlist the noble Brutus to their cause with the manipulation of wily Cassius. After their plot is successful and Caesar is assassinated, Mark Antony incites the rabble against the conspirators with uncanny rhetorical skill, then allies with Octavius Caesar and Lepidus against Brutus and Cassius. Octavius' army prevails and Cassius and Brutus are forced to accept defeat by falling on their own swords.
A Dictator Is No Match for a Tough School Board
*By ANITA GATES
Published: August 6, 2010
"When Cassius declares, “I ... have bared my bosom to the thunder-stone,” what the audience sees is that noble Roman’s open blouse with a black bra underneath.
Cross-dressing actors and cross-gender casting having become so common, it’s hard to say which would be less surprising these days: an actor in women’s clothing or an actress playing Cassius. In this case, the Drilling Company’s new production of “Julius Caesar,” it’s Selene Beretta as Cassius, and she gives a fierce, powerful performance in a tight skirt and high heels as the leader of the assassins who murder Caesar on the Ides of March."
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