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Julius Caesar

What the Critics Said

“In Marin Shakespeare's production of Julius Caesar, it is impossible to decide who is indeed ‘the noblest Roman of them all,’ since director Robert Currier has brought in such a superb triumvirate of actors….Elsman…is a watchable villain; …he is always an audience favorite….The lights and sound (Ellen Brooks and Billie Cox) get a workout as nature and gods protest the behavior of men….Costumer Claire Townsend uses shawls and shields and bottlebrush helmets to add interest to the white togas….Fight director Brian Herndon brings soldiers through the audience for his short but ferocious stage battles….A large group of actors works hard to show us the rabble that is the heart of politics, then and now, as the citizens of Rome shout praise and/or abuse at their chosen leaders.”

– Lee Brady, Pacific Sun


“This final production of the season is not a modern-dress update of The Bard’s tragedy; it’s the fully costumed original, anachronisms (clocks) and all. Yet much of it seems modern and accessible. Julius Caesar, alive or dead, still has a lot to say.”

– Rosine Reynolds, Tiburon Ark


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