"After six great years, we are finally getting to the play where most people start. This is a straight forward, craftily simple text with complex characters who speak many of the best known lines in Western literature," said Smith.
"Julius Caesar represents Shakespeare's first look at Marc Antony, whose language and charisma beguile the Roman rabble, much as they will Cleopatra ten plays later. There's the enigmatic Brutus whose mutable ethics still wow law students," said Smith.
The program is free and open to all. Copies of the play will be provided. For more information, please contact Matthew Sgritta at (203) 622-7972.