"I won’t give too much away, but the transition into the first act of the play was one of the most enjoyable I’ve ever experienced. Audience interaction was highly encouraged in a way that genuinely interacted with the show without putting an unwanted spotlight on anyone."
"Of particular note was Benjamin Curns...whose Caesar was confident but not overblown, striding and hubristic, but likeable in the same vein. He was a leader and he led the show, without any self-awareness of his fate or the duration of his time in the play."
"All told, this is great theater. It’s the kind that energizes you, makes you want to go out and do something inspired. The same reason we go home and pretend to be Batman after seeing a Batman movie."
For the best seats, order your Julius Caesar tickets today!
Written by Brandon J. Walker, C-Ville Weekly, 1.10.13
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