Already closed | 1h 30m | East Village

Exploring Julius Caesar

From 9 member  reviews
Members say: Relevant, Great writing, Disappointing, Great acting, Resonant

About the show

The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company presents a new take on the story of Julius Caesar, a modern-dress production subtitled 'An Anti-Violent Inspection of the Death Throes of Democracy.' More…

Julius Caesar enters Rome as a hero beloved by the populace. First he triumphed over the Gauls, then he conquered the army of the Roman general Pompey. When the senators see how the citizens react to him—and his refusal to be crowned king—they consider Caesar a threat to Rome. Senator Cassius in particular has serious misgivings about Caesar's ambitions. Disaster threatens the Republic, but the cure may be worse than the disease. The last great generation of the Roman Republic was full of legendary people. What lessons can we learn from them?

1h 30m | Already closed | Gene Frankel Theatre (East Village)

Member Reviews (9)


Relevant, Great writing, Disappointing, Great acting, Resonant

Slow, Indulgent, Disappointing, Cliched, Dated

See it if you've always wanted the plot of a Shakespeare play explained to you in voiceover throughout the show so you can better understand it.

Don't see it if you are a Shakespeare purist.

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