Around Town: THEATER
SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL: "Julius Caesar"
(c) Daily Press
June 20, 1993
|SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL. The Virginia Shakespeare Festival will celebrate its 15th season with "Julius Caesar: and "All's Well that Ends Well" July 2 through 25 at William and Mary Hall.
"Julius Caesar" tells the fateful tale of Julius Caesar and the personal tragedy of Marcus Brutus. In one of Shakespeare's most compelling tragedies, Brutus must face the conflict between state and self.
"All's Well that Ends Well" is the love story of Helena and Bertram. After being forced to wed Helena at the King's command, Bertram leaves her to fight in France. Comedy and adventure quickly follow.
Steven Culp, a professional actor who has been living and working in Los Angeles, will perform with the festival. A native of Virginia Beach and a W&M graduate, Culp will be performing as Brutus in "Julius Caesar" and as the King of France in "All's Well that Ends Well."
This year's productions will be directed by two festival veterans. Jim Luse, who has played various roles over the years, will direct "All's Well that Ends Well." Festival executive director J.H. Bledsoe will direct "Julius Caesar."
"Julius Caesar" will open July 2 and "All's Well that Ends Well" will open July 9. Both shows will run in repertory through July 25.
Tickets are $10 per person. Season tickets to both shows can be purchased for $18.
For tickets and information, call the box office at 221-2674.
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