The History of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar is one of the names that almost all people know about. The same is true for William Shakespeare. If Julius Caesar was to military tactics, then William Shakespeare was to creative writing. If Caesar conquered nations, Shakespeare conquered the stage. You can find no other writer in his century who has found the level of popularity that Shakespeare had before and up until today.

Julius Caesar is a theatrical play created by William Shakespeare. It is written around 1599. Shakespeare loved Roman history and it is one of several writings he had about the topic. Some of his other works include Cleopatra and Antony.

The plot

Although Julius Caesar was the title of the play, one of the other characters named Brutus had four times the number of lines that Caesar had. Most of the plot focused on who Brutus was and how he dealt with his honor and patriotism. You have to see the play to know the difficulties and the struggles that Brutus had after the assassination of Caesar. It is the qualities that he had and his doubts after the loss of the republic that you will recognize the differences in the characters. You will also applaud the interaction of the characters involved. If you want to see the play of Julius Caesar here in the Netherlands, you can watch the show live in Amsterdam. You can even save on tickets if you book one today. Get promo codes to get special discounts. Get one now before time runs out.

Performances that need to be mentioned

John Wilkes Booth

WilkesDo you know John Wilkes Booth? He was the one that is known to have assassinated Abraham Lincoln, a US president. Before that event happened, it was Booth who acted the part of Mark Antony. This was a stage play in which its ticket sales will raise the funds for the erection of the statue of William Shakespeare. The play was seen in the Winter Garden Theater in New York City.

Student bodies of Hollywood and Fairfax High Schools

In 1916, the student bodies of both high schools played the two armies from opposing lines. This play had an audience of over 40,000. A big stage was used to accommodate the play. Even the surrounding hillsides were utilized to depict the different scenes.