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Lean & Hungry Theater: Julius Caesar

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Lean & Hungry Theater presents William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar on Sunday, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m., in partnership with WAMU 88.5 at Artisphere. Betrayal, ambition, greed and revenge turn New York City into a war zone.

Tune in or join us live to hear this modern take on Shakespeare's oft-quoted tragedy. The one-hour radio production is performed in front of a live audience and broadcast live on WAMU 88.5. Lean & Hungry Theater uses live sound effects and original music to create a contemporary interpretation.

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