Julius Caesar


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

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I'm Julius Caesar of Rome," says the man in full battle gear.
In a statement, Oskar Eustis, the show's director, said: "Anyone seeing our production of Julius Caesar will realize it in no way advocates violence towards anyone.
3) William Hazlitt complains, "We do not much admire the representation given here of Julius Caesar, nor do we think it answers to the portrait of him in his commentaries.
The fact that Alexander's Julius Caesar belongs to the category of early modern closet drama should no longer lead to its dismissal as an ivory-tower cultural product: far from it, as Marta Straznicky argues, early modern closet drama "did not confine itself to the closed spaces in which elite literary activities occurred .
Julius Caesar is another Shakespearean play that has fascinated the Asian world because of its powerful language, subtle relationships among the politicians, and its representation of anxiety over monarchy and leadership.
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).
Director Gregory Doran's production of Julius Caesar set in modern day Africa is to tour to Moscow Arts Theatre in November.
The production of Julius Caesar is being performed as part of Redcar and Cleveland's Outdoor Drama 2012 season on July 19 and 20.
Julius Caesar (BBC Four, tonight, 8pm) * You may have noticed that there's been a lot of the Bard on the box recently, but this is set to be one of the highlights.
THE Royal Shakespeare Company's Newcastle-bound production of Julius Caesar has opened to rave reviews in Stratford.
It came out of a joke that I said to myself, but I was saying it to Aimee Davis, the dramaturg on the show, "We'll do Shakespeare in the Park and call it Julius Caesar Salad and it'll be about The Housewives
Duggan, former director of education for the Nebraska Shakespeare Festival, provides ideas for teaching Shakespeare's Julius Caesar to advanced and gifted high school students.