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The London Logs: Julius Caesar

The Author By Kelly Hayes-Raitt | August 22nd, 2012 | Comments No Comments

“Cowards die a thousand deaths, the valiant taste of death but once.”
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Sigh. I actually had tears streaming down my face when Marc Anthony grieved over Caesar’s mutilated body. The Royal Shakespeare Company’s production at the Noel Coward Theatre was extraordinary: They “set” the play in an unnamed country in Africa with actors costumed in fatigues and musicians performing sultry-rhythmed reggae.

Ticket in balcony cost only £15 (about $23 US)! (I took the photos of the musical interlude before the performance began.)100_0407.jpg

After the show, I wandered around the several blocks of Chinatown. Love this city!
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