There is a tide in the affairs of men…and we must take the current when it serves, or lose our ventures – Brutus, Julius Caesar, Act 4, Sc. 3|
Great words and noble sentiments from a respected and honorable citizen, yet in most modern accounts Brutus lands on the wrong side of history, remembered best as Rome’s most notorious daggered assassin. This abridged version of Julius Caesar, refocuses the classic tale from Brutus’s viewpoint, revealing the path toward his ultimate “call to fate” and contemplating how thin the line can be between hero and villain.
Directed and edited by Allison Fuentes
MFA Directing Thesis
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