2. wtffanfiction:

    Fandom: Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar (Brutus and Cassius)

    "Fuck my ass, Cassius! Give me your roman meat! Plunge, oh GODS, plunge into me!"


  3. wtffanfiction:

    Fandom: Julius Caesar (Shakespeare play)

    “‘Indeed you have.’ Cassius said finally saying something instead of dry-humping Brutus’s leg.”


  4. shakespearean:

    Josie Rourke, artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse answers questions, including some about the recent all-female version of Julius Caesar, and upcoming production of Coriolanus.

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  5. thegeekyblonde:


    This is my English Project

    i listened to all of the Jukebox the Ghost on Spotify and I finished in 3 hours

    worth it

    you’re my favorite

    (Source: kaileighmarie, via thegeekyblonde)



  7. cassius614:


    “Harriet Walter will play Brutus in an all-female production of Julius Caesar at the Donmar Warehouse, London, as part of the latest season announced today…

    Opening in November, the production will reunite Walter with director Phyllida Lloyd for the first time since the pair collaborated on the Donmar’s 2005 hit production of Friedrich Schiller’s Mary Stuart, which transferred to the West End and Broadway. The cast also includes recent Ian Charleson award winner Cush Jumbo as Mark Anthony, Jenny Jules as Cassius and Frances Barber in the title role.”

    Sounds like this is going be fantastic. Wish I was in London in November.

    Alright - The Donmar Warehouse is trying to kill me from across the ocean.

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  9. cassius614:

    In this episode, I discuss the selection of my moniker “Cassius”, both from the artistic and personal perspectives. And speaking of “Cassius”, here is a selection of other places where you might follow me for even more Shakespearey goodness!

    My blog (follow!): http://theshakespeareminute.org/

    Facebook (like!): http://www.facebook.com/TheShakespeareMinute

    Twitter (follow!): @Cassius614 

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  10. Performed by players from around the world at the Globe Theatre, from Japanese!Coriolanus to Russian!Measure for Measure, these productions for the Cultural Olympiad are now available for full viewing.  Enjoy!


  11. cassius614:

    Cassius seduces Brutus into the “kill Caesar” camp by explaining why Caesar is unworthy of power. But there’s a tiny bit of a hiccup in Cassius’ reasoning that reveals something interesting about Cassius’ character. Let’s take a peek!

    Well, Brutus, thou art noble; yet, I see, 
    Thy honourable metal may be wrought 
    From that it is disposed: therefore it is meet 
    That noble minds keep ever with their likes; 
    For who so firm that cannot be seduced? 
    Caesar doth bear me hard; but he loves Brutus: 
    If I were Brutus now and he were Cassius, 
    He should not humour me. I will this night, 
    In several hands, in at his windows throw, 
    As if they came from several citizens, 
    Writings all tending to the great opinion 
    That Rome holds of his name; wherein obscurely 
    Caesar’s ambition shall be glanced at: 
    And after this let Caesar seat him sure; 
    For we will shake him, or worse days endure.

    (Source: theshakespeareminute.org, via cassius614-deactivated20130225)


  12. Shakespeare’s great political thriller finds dark contemporary echoes in modern Africa, directed by RSC Chief Associate Director Gregory Doran.

    The company includes Paterson Joseph as Brutus, Cyril Nri as Cassius, Ray Fearon as Mark Anthony and Jeffery Kissoon as Caesar. 

    Royal Shakespeare Theatre 28 May - 7 July 2012 and on tourhttp://www.rsc.org.uk/whats-on/touring/

    Julius Caesar is one of the Nation At War plays, part of the World Shakespeare Festival - http://www.wsf2012.org.uk

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  13. thegeekyblonde:




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  14. Marc Antony

    Christopher Walken as Marc Antony (Julius Caesar,) Hamlet (Hamlet,) and Rosencrantz (Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead)