By William Shakespeare
Directed by Josh Kass-Amsterdam
Thursday-Saturday, November 17-19,7:30 p.m., and
Sunday, November 20, 2 p.m.
Loomis Acting Studio, Room 177
The Bard's most riveting history takes the stage at BW!
Political intrigue, murder and war seize Rome in a stranglehold, showing that not even a great Empire is above the base instincts of ambition, politics and guilt.
Shakespeare's poetic and poignant re-telling of this historical event raises the same questions now as it did in 1599. As Brutus, Cassius and their co-conspirators plot to dethrone Julius Caesar, we have to ask ourselves: How must dictators be handled?