Literature has become a testament to society through the decades and striving to keep the written works alive, Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT) presents honourable plays through the annual Shakespeare in the Park series. This year, it will make a formidable come back with William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar at Fort Canning Park from May 2 to 27.
In the latest edition of the Shakespeare in the Park series, experience a beautiful picnic under moonlit sky with your significant other, friends or fellow literature enthusiasts witnessing the chaos that befalls as the leaders of the R.O.M.E 7 countries conspire to assassinate the zealous Caesar. Written 400 years ago, the tale of ambition, power and greed for the world will unfold before your eyes, keeping you all the way immersed to the inevitable end.
Taking inspiration from the G20 and N.A.T.O summits, Director, Guy Unsworth will touch on global current affairs through the play. So, keep your eyes peeled for the parallels drawn from the centuries-old play to the existing state of the world. Take a peek at the trailer below: