Julius Caesar, his strawberry blonde hair teased and coiffed, a cigar in one hand as he paws his wife Calpurnia’s crotch with the other in a crude public display, swaggers about the stage of the Delacorte Theater in Central Park in The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, the first offering in this summer’s Free Shakespeare In The Park from the Public Theater.
Shakespeare scored contemporary political points by cloaking them in historical allegories. Director Oskar Eustis, who also…
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