Shakespeare’s classic story of tyranny, power, corruption, and betrayal in ancient Rome.
After defeating Pompey, Julius Caesar arrives home a triumphant conqueror, but the senators are uneasy about Caesar’s sudden expansion of power and so conspire to overthrow their leader. The power vacuum created, however, by Caesar’s demise is a larger threat to Rome than the senators bargained for.
Julius Caesar will get a fresh look through the eyes of the talented women of Colorado Springs in this gender-reversed adaptation of Julius Caesar’s rise and fall from power. This production will explore what feminine power looks like, the question of the masculine role in such a society, and how those power structures are navigated.
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As these performances of Julius Caesar are part of SET’s IndyGive! fundraising effort, tickets are free or pay-what-you-will at the box office, with a suggested donation of $25 (cash, check, or credit card accepted).