Brutus is convinced by a scheming band of Roman senators, led by Cassius, that his dear friend Julius Caesar intends to dissolve the republic and install himself as monarch, and he joins a conspiracy to assassinate him. Brutus stirringly defends his actions, but when Mark Antony responds with a speech that plays upon the crowd's love for their fallen leader, a battle between the two factions is assured.
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Dan McLaughlin
Totino Fine Arts Center (lower level) - Patsy Miller Studio Theatre
April 26-28, May 2-5, 2018 | 7:30pm
April 28 and May 5, 2018 | 2:30pm
Doors open a half hour before the performance.
Please be in your seat before the performance start time. Late arrivals will be seated at the ushers' discretion.
Seating is Reserved
Tickets on sale for Cast and Crew and Groups of 10+ at 11am, March 26. Please call the ticket office at 651-631-5151 to reserve.
Tickets on sale for UNW Community at 11am, March 27. Please call the ticket office at 651-631-5151 to reserve.
Tickets on sale for General Public at 11am, March 28.
Adults - $15
Students/Seniors/UNW Alumni - $12
Special pricing is available for UNW Community members (Alumni, Faculty, Staff and Students) please call the Ticket
Office 651-631-5151 for more information.
Recommended for Ages 12 and up.
*Children 3 years and younger will not be admitted to any performance.