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William Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, based on true events, concerns the conspiracy against Julius Caesar, his assassination in 44 BC, and its immediate aftermath. Probably written in 1599 and among the first of Shakespeare's plays to be performed at the Globe Theater, Julius Caesar is one of his best-known dramas and has received innumerable performances throughout the centuries. (Summary by Laurie Anne Walden after Wikipedia)Cast:Julius Caesar – Kim StichOctavius Caesar – Glenn SimonsenAntony – Barry EadsLepidus and Cicero – David LawrencePublius, Poet, and Pindarus – Nathan MillerPopilius Lena and First Commoner – AndrewBrutus – Denny SayersCassius – Christopher SannerCasca – mbTrebonius and First Soldier – Mark I. SmithLigarius and Second Soldier – om123Decius Brutus – KalyndaMetellus Cimber and Dardanius – Chris CaronCinna, Young Cato, Second Commoner, Claudius, and Messenger – SonjaFlavius and Clitus – Mark PenfoldMarullus and Messala – Arielle LipshawArtemidorus – AspergineSoothsayer – AvailleCinna the Poet – ElliLucilius – Christian Al-KadiTintinius – Chris SellersVolumnius and Servant – Laurie Anne WaldenVarro and Third Soldier- Lucy PerryStrato – PhilippaLucius – MGVestalCalpurnia – Miriam Esther GoldmanPortia – Abigail BartelsFirst Citizen – Bellona TimesSecond Citizen – Mark PaarThird Citizen – David ColeFourth Citizen – wimberprincessStage directions – Elizabeth Klett
Audio edited by David Lawrence

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William Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, based on true events, concerns the conspiracy against Julius Caesar, his assassination in 44 BC, and its immediate aftermath. Probably written in 1599 and among the first of Shakespeare's plays to be performed at the Globe Theater, Julius Caesar is one of his best-known dramas and has received innumerable performances throughout the centuries. (Summary by Laurie Anne Walden after Wikipedia)Cast:Julius Caesar – Kim StichOctavius Caesar – Glenn SimonsenAntony – Barry EadsLepidus and Cicero – David LawrencePublius, Poet, and Pindarus – Nathan MillerPopilius Lena and First Commoner – AndrewBrutus – Denny SayersCassius – Christopher SannerCasca – mbTrebonius and First Soldier – Mark I. SmithLigarius and Second Soldier – om123Decius Brutus – KalyndaMetellus Cimber and Dardanius – Chris CaronCinna, Young Cato, Second Commoner, Claudius, and Messenger – SonjaFlavius and Clitus – Mark PenfoldMarullus and Messala – Arielle LipshawArtemidorus – AspergineSoothsayer – AvailleCinna the Poet – ElliLucilius – Christian Al-KadiTintinius – Chris SellersVolumnius and Servant – Laurie Anne WaldenVarro and Third Soldier- Lucy PerryStrato – PhilippaLucius – MGVestalCalpurnia – Miriam Esther GoldmanPortia – Abigail BartelsFirst Citizen – Bellona TimesSecond Citizen – Mark PaarThird Citizen – David ColeFourth Citizen – wimberprincessStage directions – Elizabeth Klett
Audio edited by David Lawrence

    Dramatis Personae

    Dramatis Personae

    • 2 min
    Act I

    Act I

    • 30 min
    ACt II

    ACt II

    • 32 min
    Act III

    Act III

    • 33 min
    Act IV

    Act IV

    • 26 min
    Act V

    Act V

    • 23 min

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