When Caesar returns to Rome from the wars, in effect a dictator, Brutus and his cohorts conclude that his ambition must be contained - which in Rome can mean only one thing: the mighty leader must be executed. But once the deed is done the radical traitors must reckon with the strength of a new wave of power. A power led by Mark Antony. Will Caesar's ghost be revenged? Shakespeare's heightened political thriller exposes the passionate blood that flows between men in power.
Director: Paul Stebbings
Producer: Grantly Marshall
Performance: TNT Theatre Britain
TNT theatre was founded in 1980 in Britain and since has established itself as one of the most popular international touring theatre companies in the world. The artistic director of TNT is Paul Stebbings, whose work has won many awards at, for example, the Munich Biennale, the Edinburgh Festival, the Tehran Festival and from the government of Singapore. Other notable festivals in which the company has participated are the International Off-Broadway Festival in New York, the Tokyo International Theatre festival and the summer festival of the British National Theatre. TNT has also collaborated on co-productions with major venues such as the Athens Concert Hall and the St. Petersburg State Comedy Theatre. The company style aims to integrate all the performing arts. TNT productions always include a specially commissioned score by a leading composer. The director always works with a choreographer and the ensemble actors are chosen for their ability to cross the disciplines of theatre, music and dance.