Dauer: 120 Minuten mit der Pause

Tickets: 12,- / 8,-

Karten-Reservierung:

Mittwoch 27.11., um 20:00 Uhr  
Donnerstag 28.11., um 20:00 Uhr  

Web: shakespeare-reloadedberlin.com

Julius Caesar: Corina Ingram-Noehr

Marc Antony: Natalia Stolyarchuk

Calpurnia: Claudia Lamas Cornejo

Cinna the Poet: Carolina Castanheira

Cassius: Judit Juhasz

Casca: Ricardo Guerra

Brutus: Olivia Cole

Lucius: Alexander Blue

Trebonius: Bálint Vojtonovszi

Cinna the Conspirator: Georg Schufft

Director, Production, Sound Design: Francesca Magini

Assistant Director, Choreography, Stage Combat: Ricardo Guerra: Ricardo Guerra

Dramaturgy, Costumes, Scenography : Shakespeare: Reloaded

Production Assistants: Carolina Castanheira, Alexander Blue



Shakespeare: Reloaded

Julius Caesar

Known for their bold, imaginative interpretations of classic plays, Shakespeare: Reloaded propose a brand new and boundary- pushing adaptation of Julius Caesar, one of Shakespeare's most popular tragedies. Set in a fantastical Rome populated by supernatural creatures, this adaptation explores the relationship between power and gender politics in a matriarchal society, whilst delivering a scathing depiction of the political circus of the contemporary climate. The familiar characters of Caesar, Brutus, Mark Antony and Cassius, now reimagined as women, fight to manipulate each other, the court and the general public discourse. Populist leaders, conscience-stricken followers, semi- human slaves and otherworldly oracles are all set against one another and allegiances are made and broken, yet no one can escape the bitter truth that absolute power corrupts absolutely.

Adaptation from Shakespeare, in English 


Shakespeare: Reloaded are an independent, international theatre company based in Berlin, known for reimagining works by Shakespeare amongst other classic playwrights in fearless new creative contexts and locations. Their previous production The Importance of Being Earnest toured to Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2019, gaining acclaim from theatre publications and audience.