Roundtable Benefit: Julius Caesar at Theatre for a New Audience

Date: Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Time: 6pm
Location: Mark Morris Dance Center & Polonsky Shakespeare Center

Too much power in one man’s hands.

“A powerhouse of a production… This is one of the most brilliantly staged productions of a Shakespeare play I’ve every seen. ” – Siskiyou Daily News

Ticket: $100 (includes pre-show reception and 1 ticket to Julius Caesar)

Join us for an exclusive evening at the theater in support of the New York City arts education community. Funds raised from this benefit help the Roundtable provide quality professional development, strategic field leadership, support, community, and amplified advocacy for arts education. We hope you will join us and support the Roundtable’s efforts to assist arts educators to do their best work, helping NYC students succeed in and through the arts.

All proceeds benefit the New York City Arts in Education Roundtable’s programs.

(Note: Online registration will close at 11:59pm on Tuesday, March 19, 2019.)

 

The evening will include:

6:00PM @ Mark Morris Dance: Pre-Show Reception & TFANA Talk
Attend a pre-show reception with food, wine and beer, and an exclusive TFANA Talk with dramaturg Jonathan Kalb.

Mark Morris Dance Center
4th Floor Lounge
3 Lafayette Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217

7:30PM @ TFANA: Showtime!
Take your seats at TFANA’s acclaimed production of Shakespeare’s iconic political tragedy.

Polonsky Shakespeare Center
262 Ashland Place
Brooklyn, NY 11217

 

About Julius Caesar

By William Shakespeare
Directed By Shana Cooper

Julius Caesar is a marked man. Adoring commoners celebrate his battlefield victories, but those higher up the Roman political ladder worry that his ambition has grown too large. On a stormy night full of alarming sights and ominous portents, Cassius persuades Caesar’s friend Brutus to help him with a momentous task: assassinate Caesar for the good of the Republic. But death doesn’t stop Caesar, whose spirit haunts the destinies of his friends and enemies, threatening the republican ideal for which they murdered him. Shakespeare’s political thriller explores powerbrokers’ strategies-honorable and not-and their unexpected, violent consequences.

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