It is hard to imagine a world without Shakespeare. Since their composition four hundred years ago, Shakespeare’s plays and poems have traveled the globe, inviting those who see and read his works to make them their own.

Readers of the New Folger Editions are part of this ongoing process of “taking up Shakespeare,” finding our own thoughts and feelings in language that strikes us as old or unusual and, for that very reason, new. We still struggle to keep up with a writer who could think a mile a minute, whose words paint pictures that shift like clouds. These expertly edited texts are presented to the public as a resource for study, artistic adaptation, and enjoyment. By making the classic texts of the New Folger Editions available in electronic form as Folger Digital Texts, we place a trusted resource in the hands of anyone who wants them.

The New Folger Editions of Shakespeare’s plays, which are the basis for the texts realized here in digital form, are special because of their origin. The Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC, is the single greatest documentary source of Shakespeare’s works. An unparalleled collection of early modern books, manuscripts, and artwork connected to Shakespeare, the Folger’s holdings have been consulted extensively in the preparation of these texts. The Editions also reflect the expertise gained through the regular performance of Shakespeare’s works in the Folger’s Elizabethan Theater.

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It is hard to imagine a world without Shakespeare. Since their composition four hundred years ago, Shakespeare’s plays and poems have traveled the globe, inviting those who see and read his works to make them their own.

Readers of the New Folger Editions are part of this ongoing process of “taking up Shakespeare,” finding our own thoughts and feelings in language that strikes us as old or unusual and, for that very reason, new. We still struggle to keep up with a writer who could think a mile a minute, whose words paint pictures that shift like clouds. These expertly edited texts are presented to the public as a resource for study, artistic adaptation, and enjoyment. By making the classic texts of the New Folger Editions available in electronic form as Folger Digital Texts, we place a trusted resource in the hands of anyone who wants them.

The New Folger Editions of Shakespeare’s plays, which are the basis for the texts realized here in digital form, are special because of their origin. The Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC, is the single greatest documentary source of Shakespeare’s works. An unparalleled collection of early modern books, manuscripts, and artwork connected to Shakespeare, the Folger’s holdings have been consulted extensively in the preparation of these texts. The Editions also reflect the expertise gained through the regular performance of Shakespeare’s works in the Folger’s Elizabethan Theater.

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Gaius Julius Caesar was the name of several members of the gens Julia in ancient Rome . It was the full name ( tria nomina ) of the dictator Julius Caesar , as well as other prominent men of the Roman Republic , including the dictator's father and grandfather. Gaius was one of the three praenomina regularly used by the Julii Caesares , the others being Lucius and Sextus .

Livy mentions a senator named Gaius Julius who wrote a Roman history in Greek about 143 BC. Given the time period, he would probably have been one of the Julii Caesares, most probably a brother of the Sextus Julius Caesar who was consul in 157, and the great-grandfather of the dictator. This is how Drumann regarded the dictator's most likely descent. [1] If his brother was the Sextus Julius Caesar who was consul in 157 BC, then he would be the son of Sextus Julius Caesar , the praetor in 208 BC.

The grandfather of the dictator is relatively unknown; he might have been the same Julius Caesar who died while praetor urbanus . Nothing is known of the career of Gaius Julius Caesar, except that he can possibly be identified with a praetor who died suddenly at Rome, according to Pliny ; but that may instead have been the Lucius Julius Caesar who held that office in 166 BC. We know that the dictator's paternal grandmother was named Marcia, and that through her the family traced its descent from Ancus Marcius , the fourth King of Rome . [1] [2] [3]

It is hard to imagine a world without Shakespeare. Since their composition four hundred years ago, Shakespeare’s plays and poems have traveled the globe, inviting those who see and read his works to make them their own.

Readers of the New Folger Editions are part of this ongoing process of “taking up Shakespeare,” finding our own thoughts and feelings in language that strikes us as old or unusual and, for that very reason, new. We still struggle to keep up with a writer who could think a mile a minute, whose words paint pictures that shift like clouds. These expertly edited texts are presented to the public as a resource for study, artistic adaptation, and enjoyment. By making the classic texts of the New Folger Editions available in electronic form as Folger Digital Texts, we place a trusted resource in the hands of anyone who wants them.

The New Folger Editions of Shakespeare’s plays, which are the basis for the texts realized here in digital form, are special because of their origin. The Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC, is the single greatest documentary source of Shakespeare’s works. An unparalleled collection of early modern books, manuscripts, and artwork connected to Shakespeare, the Folger’s holdings have been consulted extensively in the preparation of these texts. The Editions also reflect the expertise gained through the regular performance of Shakespeare’s works in the Folger’s Elizabethan Theater.

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If you do not want to know about these events, it is recommended to read on with caution, or not at all.

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Gaius Julius Caesar was the name of several members of the gens Julia in ancient Rome . It was the full name ( tria nomina ) of the dictator Julius Caesar , as well as other prominent men of the Roman Republic , including the dictator's father and grandfather. Gaius was one of the three praenomina regularly used by the Julii Caesares , the others being Lucius and Sextus .

Livy mentions a senator named Gaius Julius who wrote a Roman history in Greek about 143 BC. Given the time period, he would probably have been one of the Julii Caesares, most probably a brother of the Sextus Julius Caesar who was consul in 157, and the great-grandfather of the dictator. This is how Drumann regarded the dictator's most likely descent. [1] If his brother was the Sextus Julius Caesar who was consul in 157 BC, then he would be the son of Sextus Julius Caesar , the praetor in 208 BC.

The grandfather of the dictator is relatively unknown; he might have been the same Julius Caesar who died while praetor urbanus . Nothing is known of the career of Gaius Julius Caesar, except that he can possibly be identified with a praetor who died suddenly at Rome, according to Pliny ; but that may instead have been the Lucius Julius Caesar who held that office in 166 BC. We know that the dictator's paternal grandmother was named Marcia, and that through her the family traced its descent from Ancus Marcius , the fourth King of Rome . [1] [2] [3]

The statesman and general Julius Caesar (100-44 B.C.) expanded the Roman Republic through a series of battles across Europe before declaring himself dictator for life. He died famously on the steps of the Senate at the hands of political rivals. Julius Caesar is often remembered as one of the greatest military minds in history and credited with laying the foundation for the Roman Empire.

Unlike in the Shakespeare play, Caesar's last words were not "Et tu, Brute?" ("And you, Brutus?"). Instead they were reported as "You, too, my child?"

Caesar was then drawn into an affair with Cleopatra in Egypt and finally had to fight two more battles with the Pompeians, one in North Africa (Thapsus, 46 b.c. ) and another in Spain (Munda, 45 b.c. ). Triumphant all over the Mediterranean, the great general was assassinated by political rivals on the Ides of March in 44 b.c. , as he prepared an invasion of the Parthian Empire. His generalship was characterized by boldness, decisiveness, and a sometimes reckless willingness to move ahead of his supply lines.

It is hard to imagine a world without Shakespeare. Since their composition four hundred years ago, Shakespeare’s plays and poems have traveled the globe, inviting those who see and read his works to make them their own.

Readers of the New Folger Editions are part of this ongoing process of “taking up Shakespeare,” finding our own thoughts and feelings in language that strikes us as old or unusual and, for that very reason, new. We still struggle to keep up with a writer who could think a mile a minute, whose words paint pictures that shift like clouds. These expertly edited texts are presented to the public as a resource for study, artistic adaptation, and enjoyment. By making the classic texts of the New Folger Editions available in electronic form as Folger Digital Texts, we place a trusted resource in the hands of anyone who wants them.

The New Folger Editions of Shakespeare’s plays, which are the basis for the texts realized here in digital form, are special because of their origin. The Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC, is the single greatest documentary source of Shakespeare’s works. An unparalleled collection of early modern books, manuscripts, and artwork connected to Shakespeare, the Folger’s holdings have been consulted extensively in the preparation of these texts. The Editions also reflect the expertise gained through the regular performance of Shakespeare’s works in the Folger’s Elizabethan Theater.

This article contains spoilers, meaning it has information and facts concerning recent or upcoming releases from the Assassin's Creed series .
If you do not want to know about these events, it is recommended to read on with caution, or not at all.

This article is a stub and is in need of expansion. You can help the Assassin's Creed Wiki by expanding it .

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Gaius Julius Caesar was the name of several members of the gens Julia in ancient Rome . It was the full name ( tria nomina ) of the dictator Julius Caesar , as well as other prominent men of the Roman Republic , including the dictator's father and grandfather. Gaius was one of the three praenomina regularly used by the Julii Caesares , the others being Lucius and Sextus .

Livy mentions a senator named Gaius Julius who wrote a Roman history in Greek about 143 BC. Given the time period, he would probably have been one of the Julii Caesares, most probably a brother of the Sextus Julius Caesar who was consul in 157, and the great-grandfather of the dictator. This is how Drumann regarded the dictator's most likely descent. [1] If his brother was the Sextus Julius Caesar who was consul in 157 BC, then he would be the son of Sextus Julius Caesar , the praetor in 208 BC.

The grandfather of the dictator is relatively unknown; he might have been the same Julius Caesar who died while praetor urbanus . Nothing is known of the career of Gaius Julius Caesar, except that he can possibly be identified with a praetor who died suddenly at Rome, according to Pliny ; but that may instead have been the Lucius Julius Caesar who held that office in 166 BC. We know that the dictator's paternal grandmother was named Marcia, and that through her the family traced its descent from Ancus Marcius , the fourth King of Rome . [1] [2] [3]

The statesman and general Julius Caesar (100-44 B.C.) expanded the Roman Republic through a series of battles across Europe before declaring himself dictator for life. He died famously on the steps of the Senate at the hands of political rivals. Julius Caesar is often remembered as one of the greatest military minds in history and credited with laying the foundation for the Roman Empire.

Unlike in the Shakespeare play, Caesar's last words were not "Et tu, Brute?" ("And you, Brutus?"). Instead they were reported as "You, too, my child?"

Caesar was then drawn into an affair with Cleopatra in Egypt and finally had to fight two more battles with the Pompeians, one in North Africa (Thapsus, 46 b.c. ) and another in Spain (Munda, 45 b.c. ). Triumphant all over the Mediterranean, the great general was assassinated by political rivals on the Ides of March in 44 b.c. , as he prepared an invasion of the Parthian Empire. His generalship was characterized by boldness, decisiveness, and a sometimes reckless willingness to move ahead of his supply lines.

Shakespeare in the Park makes its highly-anticipated return in May 2018 with  Julius Caesar.  Directed by Guy Unsworth ( Hand to God ), this production sees Shakespeare’s political thriller brought to life against a backdrop of modern-day international relations and global current affairs.

Ambition, power, and greed collide as the leaders of the R.O.M.E 7 countries gather for a summit. It’s time for them to decide who their allies really are. Trouble brews as the weather grows disturbingly ominous, and plots to assassinate the ever ambitious Caesar are hatched. Are Caesar’s conspirators truly doing a righteous deed? Or is chaos and defeat inevitable?

Starring Jo Kukathas ( Romeo & Juliet ) as Julius Caesar alongside Ghafir Akbar ( Disgraced ), Daniel Jenkins ( Hand to God, Romeo & Juliet ), Thomas Pang (Hand to God, Romeo & Juliet) and Julie Wee ( The Merchant of Venice ).

This is a smoke-free event/Tickets must be purchased for children aged 3 and above/No admission for infants-in-arms/ Not recommended for children aged 10 and below/No pets allowed/Please arrive early/Ticket holders are encouraged to picnic from 6.00pm. No chairs allowed.

Tickets to Free Shakespeare in the Park are available via the distribution methods listed below.

You can also reserve a seat with your support – click here to learn more .

Scenic Design by David Rockwell
Costume Design by   Paul Tazewell
Lighting Design by Kenneth Posner
Sound Design by Jessica Paz
Original Music & Soundscapes by Bray Poor
Hair, Wig & Makeup Design by Leah J. Loukas

FREE TICKETS IN CENTRAL PARK

Free tickets are distributed on each performance day via the free lines at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park. We recognize that ticket lines can sometimes be long, and we appreciate your time and dedication. People waiting for free tickets must line up along the path designated by The Public Theater staff and The Parks Department.

It is hard to imagine a world without Shakespeare. Since their composition four hundred years ago, Shakespeare’s plays and poems have traveled the globe, inviting those who see and read his works to make them their own.

Readers of the New Folger Editions are part of this ongoing process of “taking up Shakespeare,” finding our own thoughts and feelings in language that strikes us as old or unusual and, for that very reason, new. We still struggle to keep up with a writer who could think a mile a minute, whose words paint pictures that shift like clouds. These expertly edited texts are presented to the public as a resource for study, artistic adaptation, and enjoyment. By making the classic texts of the New Folger Editions available in electronic form as Folger Digital Texts, we place a trusted resource in the hands of anyone who wants them.

The New Folger Editions of Shakespeare’s plays, which are the basis for the texts realized here in digital form, are special because of their origin. The Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC, is the single greatest documentary source of Shakespeare’s works. An unparalleled collection of early modern books, manuscripts, and artwork connected to Shakespeare, the Folger’s holdings have been consulted extensively in the preparation of these texts. The Editions also reflect the expertise gained through the regular performance of Shakespeare’s works in the Folger’s Elizabethan Theater.

This article contains spoilers, meaning it has information and facts concerning recent or upcoming releases from the Assassin's Creed series .
If you do not want to know about these events, it is recommended to read on with caution, or not at all.

This article is a stub and is in need of expansion. You can help the Assassin's Creed Wiki by expanding it .

This article is in need of more images and/or better quality pictures in order to achieve a higher status. You can help the Assassin's Creed Wiki by uploading better images on this page.

Gaius Julius Caesar was the name of several members of the gens Julia in ancient Rome . It was the full name ( tria nomina ) of the dictator Julius Caesar , as well as other prominent men of the Roman Republic , including the dictator's father and grandfather. Gaius was one of the three praenomina regularly used by the Julii Caesares , the others being Lucius and Sextus .

Livy mentions a senator named Gaius Julius who wrote a Roman history in Greek about 143 BC. Given the time period, he would probably have been one of the Julii Caesares, most probably a brother of the Sextus Julius Caesar who was consul in 157, and the great-grandfather of the dictator. This is how Drumann regarded the dictator's most likely descent. [1] If his brother was the Sextus Julius Caesar who was consul in 157 BC, then he would be the son of Sextus Julius Caesar , the praetor in 208 BC.

The grandfather of the dictator is relatively unknown; he might have been the same Julius Caesar who died while praetor urbanus . Nothing is known of the career of Gaius Julius Caesar, except that he can possibly be identified with a praetor who died suddenly at Rome, according to Pliny ; but that may instead have been the Lucius Julius Caesar who held that office in 166 BC. We know that the dictator's paternal grandmother was named Marcia, and that through her the family traced its descent from Ancus Marcius , the fourth King of Rome . [1] [2] [3]

The statesman and general Julius Caesar (100-44 B.C.) expanded the Roman Republic through a series of battles across Europe before declaring himself dictator for life. He died famously on the steps of the Senate at the hands of political rivals. Julius Caesar is often remembered as one of the greatest military minds in history and credited with laying the foundation for the Roman Empire.

Unlike in the Shakespeare play, Caesar's last words were not "Et tu, Brute?" ("And you, Brutus?"). Instead they were reported as "You, too, my child?"

Caesar was then drawn into an affair with Cleopatra in Egypt and finally had to fight two more battles with the Pompeians, one in North Africa (Thapsus, 46 b.c. ) and another in Spain (Munda, 45 b.c. ). Triumphant all over the Mediterranean, the great general was assassinated by political rivals on the Ides of March in 44 b.c. , as he prepared an invasion of the Parthian Empire. His generalship was characterized by boldness, decisiveness, and a sometimes reckless willingness to move ahead of his supply lines.

Shakespeare in the Park makes its highly-anticipated return in May 2018 with  Julius Caesar.  Directed by Guy Unsworth ( Hand to God ), this production sees Shakespeare’s political thriller brought to life against a backdrop of modern-day international relations and global current affairs.

Ambition, power, and greed collide as the leaders of the R.O.M.E 7 countries gather for a summit. It’s time for them to decide who their allies really are. Trouble brews as the weather grows disturbingly ominous, and plots to assassinate the ever ambitious Caesar are hatched. Are Caesar’s conspirators truly doing a righteous deed? Or is chaos and defeat inevitable?

Starring Jo Kukathas ( Romeo & Juliet ) as Julius Caesar alongside Ghafir Akbar ( Disgraced ), Daniel Jenkins ( Hand to God, Romeo & Juliet ), Thomas Pang (Hand to God, Romeo & Juliet) and Julie Wee ( The Merchant of Venice ).

This is a smoke-free event/Tickets must be purchased for children aged 3 and above/No admission for infants-in-arms/ Not recommended for children aged 10 and below/No pets allowed/Please arrive early/Ticket holders are encouraged to picnic from 6.00pm. No chairs allowed.

It is hard to imagine a world without Shakespeare. Since their composition four hundred years ago, Shakespeare’s plays and poems have traveled the globe, inviting those who see and read his works to make them their own.

Readers of the New Folger Editions are part of this ongoing process of “taking up Shakespeare,” finding our own thoughts and feelings in language that strikes us as old or unusual and, for that very reason, new. We still struggle to keep up with a writer who could think a mile a minute, whose words paint pictures that shift like clouds. These expertly edited texts are presented to the public as a resource for study, artistic adaptation, and enjoyment. By making the classic texts of the New Folger Editions available in electronic form as Folger Digital Texts, we place a trusted resource in the hands of anyone who wants them.

The New Folger Editions of Shakespeare’s plays, which are the basis for the texts realized here in digital form, are special because of their origin. The Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC, is the single greatest documentary source of Shakespeare’s works. An unparalleled collection of early modern books, manuscripts, and artwork connected to Shakespeare, the Folger’s holdings have been consulted extensively in the preparation of these texts. The Editions also reflect the expertise gained through the regular performance of Shakespeare’s works in the Folger’s Elizabethan Theater.


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