Julius Caesar (New Victory Theater)
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Julius Caesar (New Victory Theater)
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Julius Caesar (New Victory Theater) NYC Reviews and Tickets

81%
(3 Reviews)
Positive
67%
Mixed
33%
Negative
0%
Members say
Clever, Absorbing, Exquisite, Ambitious, Confusing

About the Show

New Victory Theater presents The Acting Company's mounting of Shakespeare's classic tragedy, a history-spanning production that leaps from ancient Rome to a present-day war-torn nation. 

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Member Reviews (3)

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5 Reviews | 3 Followers
88
Clever, Ambitious, Delightful, Enchanting, Entertaining

See it if You love a good old play from a long time agi

Don't see it if You're a heathen

3 Reviews | 2 Followers
100
Absorbing, Clever, Exquisite, Epic, Masterful

See it if You want to be on the edge of your seat

Don't see it if You can't stand Shakespeare dialogue

3 Reviews | 0 Followers
50
Disappointing, Confusing, Intense

See it if You like fighting

Don't see it if you hate blood

Critic Reviews (2)

The New York Times
March 21st, 2017

“The most jarring element in the production, otherwise smoothly directed by Devin Brain, is the decision to shift from swords to rifles, from sandals to combat boots, over the course of the play. Unfortunately, fatigues are by now a cliché in Shakespearean war dramas. But then you may be reminded that many of the theatergoers are young, and this visual device is an efficient way to indicate what’s going on without overexplaining...This double bill rewards alert teens and jaded adults alike.”
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CurtainUp
March 23rd, 2017

"Considering the youth of the cast, it is well-acted and robustly directed by Devin Brain...While this production successfully pulled in the audience, it doesn't fully synch the props and costumes with the play...It's as if the director couldn't decide just what era to set this 'Julius Caesar' in...The ultra-streamlined text did at times make it difficult to make sense of the play's frenzied action...What this production lacks in grandeur, it makes up for in enthusiasm."
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