Genre: Classical, Drama
adapted from "Julius Caesar" and "Antony & Cleopatra" and Plutarch's "Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans"

The rise of the Roman Empire, as seen through the courageous and bleary eyes of the great general and soldier, Marcus Antonius, who defended Rome from the murder of Julius Caesar, only to squander the untold spoils of empire for this passionate obsession with the Egyptian queen, Cleopatra. A new rendering of two of Shakespeare’s most resonant tragedies

Directed by Victor Pappas, presented by NYU's Tisch Graduate Acting Program in association with the Department of Design for Stage & Film. A Third Year Production.

Open:   04/14/11
Close:   04/20/11

Thursday, April 14 8pm
Friday, April 15 8pm
Saturday, April 16 8pm
Sunday, April 17 2pm
Monday, April 18 8pm
Tuesday, April 19 8pm
Wednesday, April 20 8pm
Theater:   Atlas Theatre
Address:   111 2nd Ave, 3rd fl. (Bet. 6th & 7t
New York, NY
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Take the F or V trains to 2nd Avenue or the 6 train to Astor Place

Cost:$15 General Admission, $8 Students/Seniors
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