‘Julius Caesar’ on Fast-Forward: Podcast

Orson Welles in 1937. Photo: Carl Van Vechten, courtesy Library of Congress


How do you make Shakespeare edgy enough for the Hollywood Fringe? You resurrect a 75-year-old script edited by a brash, young Orson Welles.

Listen to the review here: JuliuscastFinalCloud by Engine28

Julius Caesar: The Death of a Dictator, through Sunday, June 26, at Stella Adler-Los Angeles.


Kerry Lengel

Kerry Lengel was 16 when he wrote his first theater review, of his high school's production of "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown." It was the first time his credentials as a critic were questioned, but it wasn't the last. He writes for The Arizona Republic in Phoenix.

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