"Julius Caesar" NY Times Review
This marks the first show I've ever been a part of that was reviewed by the New York Times.
"Even a cursory reading of the play, the kind that many American teenagers give it in high school, is enough to show that it does not advocate assassination. Shakespeare portrays the killing of Caesar by seven of his fellow senators as an unmitigated disaster for Rome, no matter how patriotic the intentions.
The Delacorte production, vividly staged by the Public’s artistic director, Oskar Eustis, bears the same message and, for good measure, comes with careful usage instructions. 'Those who attempt to defend democracy by undemocratic methods,' Mr. Eustis recently explained in a statement, 'pay a terrible price and destroy their republic.'”