The legend about Julius Caesar seems suspect.
Before we had Brangelina or Kimye.
The sponsorship is intended to support the right to free speech.
Over in New York’s Central Park, just a short distance from our offices, the curtain came down last week on The Public Theater’s
Corey Stoll, who played Marcus Brutus, says he didn't know the president would be portrayed before signing on.
Public Theater director's wife, as well as other Shakespeare companies around the country, have been targeted.
The former "SNL" Weekend Update anchors brought back a classic. The interplay's the thing.
The play came to a temporary stop as security removed the two demonstrators.
Like Caesar for the Romans 2000 years ago, Trump has for a sizable portion of Americans arrived as a welcome savior.
"Julius Caesar" is getting all the free purress.