NASDA presents: Julius Caesar

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Directed by Soseh Yekanians
17-23 June 2017
Papa Hou at YMCA, Hereford Street

NASDA’s talented third year Bachelor of Performing Arts students present William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.

Believed to have been authored in 1599 and considered the greatest political drama ever written, Shakespeare’s masterpiece explores conspiracy, friendship, betrayal and the desperate fight for power in a world where everyone is vying to be kingpin.

Four hundred years later, a quick glance of the daily news shows us that domination, vengeance and the struggle for power remain very much a part of our world. Modern-day gender politics adds another dimension however, so this production of Julius Caesar explores the struggle for power through the eyes of a female Caesar.

Upon her return to Rome - having made it the world’s most powerful empire through her brilliant military strategies – Caesar wants a reluctant republic to crown her queen. When her fellow senators decide that her advancement must be halted, they come to a brutal and extreme solution: the great leader must fall. But at whose cost and how?

Tickets are $27 (Public + booking fee) / $17 (Students, Senior Citizens + booking fee). Book now.

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17 Jun 7.30pm Close View NASDA presents: Julius Caesar
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Start/End 17th Jun 2017 7:30pm-9:30pm Duration 2 hours  Location Papa Hou at YMCA, Hereford Street
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Tickets are $27/$17

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Directed by Soseh Yekanians

NASDA’s talented third year Bachelor of Performing Arts students present William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.

Believed to have been authored in 1599 and considered the greatest political drama ever written, Shakespeare’s masterpiece explores conspiracy, friendship, betrayal and the desperate fight for power in a world where everyone is vying to be kingpin.

Four hundred years later, a quick glance of the daily news shows us that domination, vengeance and the struggle for power remain very much a part of our world. Modern-day gender politics adds another dimension however, so this production of Julius Caesar explores the struggle for power through the eyes of a female Caesar.

Upon her return to Rome - having made it the world’s most powerful empire through her brilliant military strategies – Caesar wants a reluctant republic to crown her queen. When her fellow senators decide that her advancement must be halted, they come to a brutal and extreme solution: the great leader must fall. But at whose cost and how?

Tickets are $27 (Public + booking fee) / $17 (Students, Senior Citizens + booking fee).

 
For more information

Phone 0800 24 24 76  

Email info@ara.ac.nz

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19 Jun 7.30pm Close View NASDA presents: Julius Caesar
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Start/End 19th Jun 2017 7:30pm-9:30pm Duration 2 hours  Location Papa Hou at YMCA, Hereford Street
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Tickets are $27/$17

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Directed by Soseh Yekanians

NASDA’s talented third year Bachelor of Performing Arts students present William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.

Believed to have been authored in 1599 and considered the greatest political drama ever written, Shakespeare’s masterpiece explores conspiracy, friendship, betrayal and the desperate fight for power in a world where everyone is vying to be kingpin.

Four hundred years later, a quick glance of the daily news shows us that domination, vengeance and the struggle for power remain very much a part of our world. Modern-day gender politics adds another dimension however, so this production of Julius Caesar explores the struggle for power through the eyes of a female Caesar.

Upon her return to Rome - having made it the world’s most powerful empire through her brilliant military strategies – Caesar wants a reluctant republic to crown her queen. When her fellow senators decide that her advancement must be halted, they come to a brutal and extreme solution: the great leader must fall. But at whose cost and how?

Tickets are $27 (Public + booking fee) / $17 (Students, Senior Citizens + booking fee).

 
For more information

Phone 0800 24 24 76  

Email info@ara.ac.nz

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20 Jun 7.30pm Close View NASDA presents: Julius Caesar
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Start/End 20th Jun 2017 7:30pm-9:30pm Duration 2 hours  Location Papa Hou at YMCA, Hereford Street
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Tickets are $27/$17

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Directed by Soseh Yekanians

NASDA’s talented third year Bachelor of Performing Arts students present William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.

Believed to have been authored in 1599 and considered the greatest political drama ever written, Shakespeare’s masterpiece explores conspiracy, friendship, betrayal and the desperate fight for power in a world where everyone is vying to be kingpin.

Four hundred years later, a quick glance of the daily news shows us that domination, vengeance and the struggle for power remain very much a part of our world. Modern-day gender politics adds another dimension however, so this production of Julius Caesar explores the struggle for power through the eyes of a female Caesar.

Upon her return to Rome - having made it the world’s most powerful empire through her brilliant military strategies – Caesar wants a reluctant republic to crown her queen. When her fellow senators decide that her advancement must be halted, they come to a brutal and extreme solution: the great leader must fall. But at whose cost and how?

Tickets are $27 (Public + booking fee) / $17 (Students, Senior Citizens + booking fee).

 
For more information

Phone 0800 24 24 76  

Email info@ara.ac.nz

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21 Jun 7.30pm Close View NASDA presents: Julius Caesar
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Start/End 21st Jun 2017 7:30pm-9:30pm Duration 2 hours  Location Papa Hou at YMCA, Hereford Street
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Tickets are $27/$17

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Directed by Soseh Yekanians

NASDA’s talented third year Bachelor of Performing Arts students present William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.

Believed to have been authored in 1599 and considered the greatest political drama ever written, Shakespeare’s masterpiece explores conspiracy, friendship, betrayal and the desperate fight for power in a world where everyone is vying to be kingpin.

Four hundred years later, a quick glance of the daily news shows us that domination, vengeance and the struggle for power remain very much a part of our world. Modern-day gender politics adds another dimension however, so this production of Julius Caesar explores the struggle for power through the eyes of a female Caesar.

Upon her return to Rome - having made it the world’s most powerful empire through her brilliant military strategies – Caesar wants a reluctant republic to crown her queen. When her fellow senators decide that her advancement must be halted, they come to a brutal and extreme solution: the great leader must fall. But at whose cost and how?

Tickets are $27 (Public + booking fee) / $17 (Students, Senior Citizens + booking fee).

 
For more information

Phone 0800 24 24 76  

Email info@ara.ac.nz

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22 Jun 7.30pm Close View NASDA presents: Julius Caesar
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Start/End 22nd Jun 2017 7:30pm-9:30pm Duration 2 hours  Location Papa Hou at YMCA, Hereford Street
Pricing

Tickets are $27/$17

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Directed by Soseh Yekanians

NASDA’s talented third year Bachelor of Performing Arts students present William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.

Believed to have been authored in 1599 and considered the greatest political drama ever written, Shakespeare’s masterpiece explores conspiracy, friendship, betrayal and the desperate fight for power in a world where everyone is vying to be kingpin.

Four hundred years later, a quick glance of the daily news shows us that domination, vengeance and the struggle for power remain very much a part of our world. Modern-day gender politics adds another dimension however, so this production of Julius Caesar explores the struggle for power through the eyes of a female Caesar.

Upon her return to Rome - having made it the world’s most powerful empire through her brilliant military strategies – Caesar wants a reluctant republic to crown her queen. When her fellow senators decide that her advancement must be halted, they come to a brutal and extreme solution: the great leader must fall. But at whose cost and how?

Tickets are $27 (Public + booking fee) / $17 (Students, Senior Citizens + booking fee).

 
For more information

Phone 0800 24 24 76  

Email info@ara.ac.nz

See the full event page
23 Jun 7.30pm Close View NASDA presents: Julius Caesar
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Start/End 23rd Jun 2017 7:30pm-9:30pm Duration 2 hours  Location Papa Hou at YMCA, Hereford Street
Pricing

Tickets are $27/$17

Book now

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Directed by Soseh Yekanians

NASDA’s talented third year Bachelor of Performing Arts students present William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.

Believed to have been authored in 1599 and considered the greatest political drama ever written, Shakespeare’s masterpiece explores conspiracy, friendship, betrayal and the desperate fight for power in a world where everyone is vying to be kingpin.

Four hundred years later, a quick glance of the daily news shows us that domination, vengeance and the struggle for power remain very much a part of our world. Modern-day gender politics adds another dimension however, so this production of Julius Caesar explores the struggle for power through the eyes of a female Caesar.

Upon her return to Rome - having made it the world’s most powerful empire through her brilliant military strategies – Caesar wants a reluctant republic to crown her queen. When her fellow senators decide that her advancement must be halted, they come to a brutal and extreme solution: the great leader must fall. But at whose cost and how?

Tickets are $27 (Public + booking fee) / $17 (Students, Senior Citizens + booking fee).

 
For more information

Phone 0800 24 24 76  

Email info@ara.ac.nz

See the full event page