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Julius Caesar

Alfredo Fidani has directed a stylish idea of Julius Caesar, set in a mob-infested Rome of 1935, where Brutus and Cassius and Caesar himself all wear pinstripes and broad-brimmed hats, and where strains of Italian opera or a melancholy accordion…
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Now Showing!

Titanic Titanic, which reputedly had an impressive set in New York, arrives in San Francisco stripped down -- though "denuded" is the better word. The paint budget was apparently nonexistent. Three-D Edwardian splendor might be too much to ask, but…
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Lighten Up

The first thing you notice about the California Shakespeare Festival's production of Julius Caesar is the set (by Richard Olmstead) and the contemporary billboard of the conqueror looming above the stage: His head is literally in the clouds as he…
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