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Julius Caesar

ISBN: 9781402226786

By: William Shakespeare

Published: 05/01/2006

Bringing the Shakespeare page to life.

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Description

Experience the Ides of March like never before through our edition of Julius Caesar, with more than 60 minutes of audio on the CD including key scenes and excerpts from great performances past and present.

IN THE BOOK:
Photographs from notable productions including:
-the 1953 movie by Joseph L. Mankiewicz starring Marlon Brando as Mark Antony, James Mason as Brutus and John Gielgud as Cassius
-contemporary American productions with Morgan Freeman as Casca, Al Pacino as Mark Antony and Martin Sheen as Brutus

HEAR 30 GREAT SCENES ON AUDIO CD
-Herbert Beerbohm Tree from 1906
-the landmark Mercury Theatre production from 1938 starring Orson Welles
-modern scenes starring Richard Dreyfuss, Stacey Keach and Adrian Lester

NARRATED BY SIR DEREK JACOBI

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Table of Contents

Contents

About Sourcebooks MediaFusion
About the Text
On the CD
Featured Audio Productions
Note from the Series Editors

In Production: Julius Caesar through the Years
by Robert Ormsyby

As Performed: By Theatre for a New Audience at the Lucille Lortel
Theatre in New York City in 2003
by Jeffrey Horowitz

"O, What a Fall Was There, My Countrymen!": Julius Caesar in Popular Culture
by Douglas Lanier

JULIUS CAESAR BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

The Cast Speaks: The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey's 2005 Cast
by Marie Macaisa

A Voice Coach's Perspective on Shakespeare: Keeping Shakespeare Practical
by Andrew Wade

In the Age of Shakespeare
by Thomas Garvey

About the Online Teaching Resources
Acknowledgments
Audio Credits
Photo Credits
About the Contributors

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Specs

Format: eBook PDF

Dimensions
Length: 8 in
Width: 6 in
Weight: 0.00 oz
Page Count: 352 pages

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