Julius Caesar: Shakespeare Under the Stars in Orange County
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The last date listed for Julius Caesar was Saturday July 23, 2011 / 8:15pm.
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Michelle Krusiec (The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Fringe) wrote and stars in this one-woman show based on her suburban upbringing as the daughter of an American military dad and a hilariously foul-mouthed Taiwanese mom. A hit at the New York Fringe Festival, Krusiec impressively inhabits several characters as she relates what it was like to grow up under the eye of a powerful and pragmatic mother, who at one point, draws her daughter into an investigation of her father's supposed affair. Learn More
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Featured review from Albert R.Red Velvet
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It was nice to return to this intimate outdoor amphitheater on a perfect summer night to see this very good production of the classic play. I was glad that this time they chose to stick with a single classic production instead of trying to mix in a modern interpretation. I also liked the design of the large stage, the good lighting and the fine acting performances.
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The play was well done. The acting was excellent, especially Cassius and Brutus. Julius Caesar could speak louder; I'm glad we were in the second row. Costumes could have been better. The armor needs to fit. If it is too expensive, go more...continued
Quotes & Highlights
A free Elizabethan pre-show begins at 7:30pm on the Village Green.
Murder, power, corruption, violence, suicide, and more…
Two allies—Caesar and Brutus… A relationship changes, and good intentions lead to conspiracy, corruption, violence, and civil strife. Was the death of Caesar a ruthless assassination or rightful deposement? A mutiny prevails for the good of Rome, but in the end, was it for the good of the Empire or for the good of the conspirators? The tragedy of Julius Caesar is as rousing as the story of the fall of Rome. Starring: David Denman, John Walcutt, Carl Reggiardo and Michael Eric Strickland.