See Elizabeth Marvel and Corey Stoll Take the Stage in Trump-Inspired Julius Caesar in Central Park

Production Photos   See Elizabeth Marvel and Corey Stoll Take the Stage in Trump-Inspired Julius Caesar in Central Park
Shakespeare in the Park kicks off with the political drama directed by Oskar Eustis.
Nikki M. James and Corey Stoll Joan Marcus

The Public Theater kicked off its annual, free Shakespeare in the Park summer programming with Julius Caesar May 23. Artistic Director Oskar Eustis directs the political drama, which takes aim at the current presidential administration, at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.

Julius Caesar will officially open June 12 and is scheduled to run through June 18.

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The cast comprises Tina Benko as Calpurnia, Teagle F. Bougere as Casca, Yusef Bulos as Cinna the Poet, Eisa Davis as Decius Brutus, Robert Gilbert as Octavius, Gregg Henry as Caesar, Edward James Hyland as Lepidus, Popilius, Nikki M. James as Portia, Christopher Livingston as Titinius, Cinna, Elizabeth Marvel as Antony, Chris Myers as Flavius, Messala, and Ligarius, Marjan Neshat as Metullus Cimber, Corey Stoll as Marcus Brutus, John Douglas Thompson as Caius Cassius, Natalie Woolams-Torres as Marullus, Isabel Arraiza as Publius Clitus, and Erick Betancourt, Mayaa Boateng as Soothsayer, Motell Foster as Trebonius, and Dash King, Tyler La Marr as Lucillius, Gideon McCarty; Nick Selting as Lucius and Strato, Alexander Shaw as Octavius’ Servant, Michael Thatcher as Cobbler, and Justin Walker White as Pindarus.


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