Winter Shakespeare 2019

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JULIUS CAESAR

The Nashville Shakespeare Festival’s 2019 Winter production is Shakespeare’s political thriller, Julius Caesar, directed by Santiago Sosa and featuring Broadway legend Chuck Wagner. This edgy, fast-paced production will tell the story of the assassination of Rome’s charismatic dictator Julius Caesar in a compelling, Roman-noir, re-imagining, where conspiracy thrives in the shadows and dark corners of the city.

Jan 10-27, 2019 in Nashville
Jan 31-Feb 2, 2019 in Murfreesboro

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Performances at Belmont University's Troutt Theater

Public Performances: Jan 10 - 27, 2019
Thursdays - Saturdays 7:30 PM / Sundays 2:30 PM
School Matinees: Jan 10 - 25, 2019, Tuesdays - Fridays 10:00 AM
Sign Language-Interpreted Performance: TBD

Performances at MTSU's Tucker Theatre

Public Performances: Jan 31 - Feb 2, 2019
Thursday - Saturday 7:30 PM
School Matinees: Thurs Jan 31 & Fri Feb 1, 2019, 10:00 AM

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Directed by Santiago Sosa
Stage Managed by Kate Goodwin
Set & Light Design by Phillip Franck
Costume Design by Santiago Sosa
Projections Design by Sam Lowry
Original Score & Sound Design by Natalie Bell
Fight Direction by Eric Pasto-Crosby & Santiago Sosa
Assistant Director Courtney Coppa


Royal Package Experience

Treat yourself, your friends and your family like royalty this year and give someone a one-of-a-kind Shakespearean gift with the Winter Shakespeare Royal Package!

Reserved seating, curbside parking, pre-show reception, refreshments, backstage tour, and more!

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Before your students come to see one of the matinees, book a pre-production in-class workshop. More info here.


The National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest presents Shakespeare in American Communities. The Nashville Shakespeare Festival is one of 40 professional theater companies selected to participate in bringing the finest productions of Shakespeare to middle- and high-school students in communities across the United States.