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Julius Caesar

Author: David MuseDan KremerKim Martin-CottenAubrey DeekerAndrew LongAll authors
Publisher: [2008?]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : Standard format
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A live performance of the play Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare. Therein, Roman dictator Julius Caesar is betrayed and assassinated by a group of conspirators that include his friend Marcus Brutus.
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Genre/Form: Historical drama, English
English drama (Tragedy)
English drama
Filmed plays
Drama
Named Person: Julius Caesar; Marcus Junius Brutus; Marcus Antonius
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: David Muse; Dan Kremer; Kim Martin-Cotten; Aubrey Deeker; Andrew Long; Ted Van Griethuysen; Tom Hammond; Scott Parkinson; Dean Nolen; Glen Pannell; Ethan T Bowen; Craig Wallace; Tyrone Mitchell Henderson; Kurt Rhoads; Nancy Rodriguez; J Garrett Brennan; Michael Sharon; Jan Knightley; Kryztov Lindquist; Robert Jason Jackson; Peter Stray; John Brennan; Brian Clarke; Blake DeLong; Catherine Frels; Adriano Gatto; Kenric Green; Richard Huffman; Jair Kamperveen; Craig Klein; Steve Lotterman; Kaitlin Manning; John-Michael Marrs; Kaytie Morris; Steve Nixon; Kevin Pierson; Cameron Pippitt; Armand Sindoni; James Svatko; Matt Volner; S Matthew Wilburn; James Noone; Jennifer Moeller; Mark McCullough; Martin Desjardins; Daniel Baker; Gary Logan; Ellen O'Brien; Rick Sordelet; David Paul; T D Smith; Akiva Fox; Benjamin Royer; Kurt Hall; Stuart Howard; Amy Schecter; Paul Hardt; Jim Carnahan; Merry Alderman; Jeremiah Mullane; T J O'Toole; William Shakespeare; Shakespeare Theatre (Washington, D.C.); Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive (Washington Metropolitan Area)
OCLC Number: 307536228
Language Note: In English.
Notes: DVD created with permission from Actors Equity Association.
Credits: Set designer, James Noone ; costume designer, Jennifer Moeller ; lighting designer, Mark McCullough ; composer and percussionist, Martin Desjardins ; sound designer, Daniel Baker ; voice and text, Gary Logan, Ellen O'Brien ; fight director, Rick Sordelet ; assistant director, David Paul ; directorial assistant, TD Smith ; literary associate, Akiva Fox ; stage manager, Benjamin Royer ; assistant stage manager, Kurt Hall ; casting, Stuart Howard, Amy Schecter, Paul Hardt ; additional casting, Jim Carnahan ; associate casting director, Merry Alderman ; production assistant, Jeremiah Mullane.
Cast: Dan Kremer, Kim Martin-Cotten, Aubrey K. Deeker, Andrew Long, Ted van Griethuysen, Tom Hammond, Scott Parkinson, Dean Nolen, Glen Pannell, Ethan T. Bowen, Craig Wallace, Tyrone Mitchell Henderson, Kurt Rhoads, Nancy Rodriguez, J. Garrett Brennan, Michael Sharon, Jan Knightley, Kryztov Lindquist, Robert Jason Jackson, Peter Stray, John Brennan, Brian Clarke, Blake DeLong, Catherine Frels, Adriano Gatto, Kenric Green, Richard Huffman, Jair Kamperveen, Craig Klein, Steve Lotterman, Kaitlin Manning, John-Michael Marrs, Kaytie Morris, Steve Nixon, Kevin Pierson, Cameron Pippitt, Armand Sindoni, James Svatko, Matt Volner, S. Matthew Wilburn.
Event notes: Videotaped May 18, 2008 for the Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive by TJ O'Toole.
Description: 2 videodiscs (143 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD+R.
Responsibility: the Shakespeare Theatre Company production of ; by William Shakespeare ; director, David Muse.

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A live performance of the play Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare. Therein, Roman dictator Julius Caesar is betrayed and assassinated by a group of conspirators that include his friend Marcus Brutus.

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