Play: "Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare + dinner
A political assassination that changed the world: the brutal murder of Julius Caesar by a group of senators in March, 44 BC, was supposed to protect the Roman Republic and instead created an eternal struggle for power and autocracy.
In today's world, where democracy is constantly under threat and being suppressed by domineering tyrants and dictators, Shakespeare's famous drama seems as relevant and fresh as ever.
A key work in his canon, marking the transition from his historical plays to the great existential dramas, it is the tale of a psychological war of ideals and values that escalates into a real war from which no true winner emerges.
Presented as a modern political thriller with a cast of only 8 actors, a minimalist stage design and a sophisticated interplay of light, sound and music, a gripping story about honor, trust and betrayal is told in a way easily accessible to today's audiences.
Play is in English. We'll meet 30 minutes before the play starts for a drink and after the play we'll go for dinner at Jannis'.
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