Julius Caesar Tickets
Julius Caesar is a tragedy by William Shakespeare, which was written in 1959. Queen Elizabeth refused to name a successor after watching this play. If you want to watch every twist and turn at the stage live. Just buy the tickets now and get a chance to see Denzel Washington in Julius Caesar on Broadway.
Julius Caesar Tickets
Julius Caesar is one of the roman plays written by Shakespeare. It is based on a true event from the Roman History. The play depicts the story about the Roman dictator Julius Caesar, against whom a murder conspiracy was being planned. Want to know what happens next? Come at the theater and watch the other side of the story. Book your seats now!
Julius Caesar History
Julius Caesar was the Shakespeare's first play that was performed at the Globe Theater. It is based on a true story and has many anachronistic elements from the Elizabethan period. Julius Caesar, Mark Antony and Brutus are the main characters of the play. The story is about the Julius Caesar, Roman dictator, who is highly successful but ambitious political leader of Rom. But his goal is to become an unassailable dictator. He was warned about the conspiracy that is being planned against him. The prophecy comes true and Caesar is assassinated. Marcus Brutus, a Roman senator plans and carry out the Caesar's assassination. Mark Antony was the friend of Julius Caesar, who provides the famous funeral oration. Ultimately, the conspirators face the defeat. Marcus Brutus's decision to get involve in the conspiracy for the sake of freedom, plunges the country into civil war. Shakespeare's roman was first performed between between 1600 and 1601 and was first printed in the First Folio in 1623. In 2005, Brutus was played by Denzel Washington in the first Broadway production of the play in over fifty years. It was a sell-out as Denzel is a popular at the box office.
Julius Caesar 2012 Tickets
Julius Caesar shows the general anxiety of Elizabethan England over succession of leadership. This Shakespeare play has been showcased on big screen three times in 1950, 1953 and 1970 respectively. There is going to be another superb Julius Caesar play in the New York city. Just order your tickets today and watch the characters alive at the stage!