By William Shakespeare
Directed by Jack Young
September 30, 2016, 8 PM
October 1, 2016, 8 PM
October 2, 2016, 8 PM
October 6-8, 8 PM
University is proud to present “Julius Caesar.”
What better time than an election season to bring William Shakespeare’s
timeless play about politics, mobs, and demagoguery to the stage. Beginning
with Caesar’s return to Rome in triumph after the war, there is already
discontent among some who would say that Caesar desires to be king and ending
with a new regime, we are confronted with characters who wrestle with what
ambition is and how power is used.
Director Jack Young,
Head of Professional Actor Training Program, Associate Professor of Acting and
Movement, is also the Artistic Director of the Houston Shakespeare Festival.
His most recent directing was the acclaimed production of “Much Ado About
Nothing,” this past summer for the Houston Shakespeare Festival at Miller
Outdoor Theatre. Young was nominated for
Best Director for his production of “Julius Caesar,” at the Titan Theatre
Company in New York City this past spring.
He has been an actor, director or fight director for ten different
Shakespeare festivals across the country.
are September 30th, October 1st at 8:00pm, October 2nd
at 3:00pm, and October 6th through the 8th at 8:00pm.
Tickets: Students $5, Rice Alumni, Faculty, Staff & Senior Citizens $8,
General Admission $10, and Groups of 10+ $5.
Performances are at Hamman Hall. Tickets are available in advance by
calling 713-348-7529. For more information on the performances, or to
inquire about group rates, please visit http://www.theatre.rice.edu. For parking
information, please visit parking.rice.edu.