Scheming and battling, the Julius Caesar company is hard at work in the rehearsal hall. Join them when they take the stage Sept. 13 – Oct 1.
Do you know the difference between Republic and Empire? How to tie a toga? We’ll help you get you into a Roman frame of mind for our upcoming production of Julius Caesar with a few resources and recommendations to check out before you come see the show.
From ancient Rome to a modern day martial arts dojo to an all-female production, Seattle Shakespeare Company has presented Julius Caesar in a number of different ways. Take a look at Seattle Shakespeare Company’s productions of Julius Caesar through the years.
The most Roman of Shakespeare’s Roman plays, Julius Caesar is a ghost story, a murder mystery, and a political thriller all wrapped up in a taut package of 16 scenes. Studying the play in school is different than seeing in live. We’ve dug up some juicy morsels about the play that you may not have learned in the classroom.
It’s a 400 year old play, and yet it can feel as contemporary as today’s headlines. In Julius Caesar Bloody and brutal decisions are weighed against honor and ambition. Seattle Shakespeare Company’s Julius Caesar runs at the Cornish Playhouse Sept. 13-Oct. 1, 2107.
Full casting is announced for Julius Caesar, the opening production of Seattle Shakespeare Company’s 2017-2018 season. Directed by Artistic Director George Mount, the production runs at the Cornish Playhouse September 13 through October 1.
Announcement of Seattle Shakespeare Company’s 2017-2018 season: Julius Caesar, The Government Inspector, Timon of Athens, The Merchant of Venice, and Shakespeare in Love.
We’ve been taking time to reflect on the year gone by and to start setting our sights on the horizon. It’s been a busy and exciting time for the company, and we are enormously proud of the achievements of the past year. When we compared our personal lists of highlights, they differed slightly, so we […]
Part of the fun for many Wooden O theater-goers is spreading out a feast on a picnic blanket to dine on the lawn before the show. We’ve seen everything from elaborate set ups with wine glasses and cloth napkins to buckets of fried chicken and a can of soda. After a mishap last summer, we […]
[soliloquy id=”7494″] At Seattle Shakespeare Company summer officially starts with the first rehearsal for Wooden O. This summer we’ve got our biggest casts ever — a total of 30 actors! Both “The Two Gentlemen of Verona” and our all-female “Julius Caesar” feature original music and choreography. It’s going to be a great summer of Shakespeare. Make […]