Julius Caesar

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conqueror of Gaul and master of Italy (100-44 BC)

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The famous gentlemen of Asia and Europe have been of this strong type; Saladin, Sapor, the Cid, Julius Caesar, Scipio, Alexander, Pericles, and the lordliest personages.
I think what's remarkable about Julius Caesar is that it's Shakespeare's most relevant play in terms of the masses," says Alexander Norcott, the young -- and yet fantastically accomplished -- director of the production.
The ominous phrase bore fruit when Julius Caesar was assassinated as part of a larger conspiracy involving eight Roman senators, including Gaius Cassius Longinus and Marcus Junius Brutus, on March 15, 44 BC.
We always knew that Julius Caesar was killed in the Curia of Pompey on March 15th 44 BC because the classical texts pass on so, but so far no material evidence of this fact, so often depicted in historicist painting and cinema, had been recovered," said Antonio Monterroso, CSIC researcher from the Institute of History of the Center for Humanities and Social Sciences (CCHS-CSIC).
Julius Caesar opened in Stratford in May and the tour is a legacy of the World Shakespeare Festival and will follow a London run.
But Doran - currently associate director, with Julius Caesar marking his debut production in the re-opened theatre - says of the Newcastle relationship: "I really hope it will continue to flourish.
Made in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company, it's a filmed version of a new production of Julius Caesar which opened the World Shakespeare Festival this month.
But moments after Julius Caesar, superbly played by Jeffery Kissoon, joins in the celebrations, the sense of optimism quickly dissipates as fears he holds too much power sparks a plot to kill him.
He gets a chance when OrsonWelles offers him the role of Lucius in his production of Julius Caesar, but Richard''s big break may not be all that it seems.
The solid marble heads, which were discovered by archaeologists working on a small island in the Mediterranean in 2003, have been identified as those of roman emperors Julius Caesar and Titus, and an imperial princess thought to be that of Antonia.
Kristine Ayers has developed new work with EBE Ensemble and the Gallery Players, and Serena Pomerantz of TheaterOnline called Ayers' production of Julius Caesar "excellent Shakespeare in the Park.
Welles, aged 22 in 1937 when this film is set (six years before marrying screen goddess Rita Hayworth), created the New York Mercury Theatre and mounted his acclaimed production of Julius Caesar, set in fascist Italy.
Julius Caesar (100-44 BC) was one of the outstanding leaders of antiquity.