Did you know that William Shakespeare wrote 154 sonnets and 38 plays? Out of all of his most popular plays I must say that Othello is my favorite. However, one play that I always think of around this time of year is Julius Caesar and more specifically the famous line: ‘Beware the Ides of March…’
In this article, I reenact the first few lines of Act I Scene II – A public place. Click play to see me put my acting skills to the test while I pay homage to William Shakespeare and the doom of the ides of March.
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Julius Caesar | Casca | Calpurnia | Atonius | Soothsayer | Brutus |
After finishing this video, I realized that I am such a nerd! (laughing) I love theatrics though and if I had the time I probably would join some type of acting club. What did you think of my acting? Was each character convincing?
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What should I do next year for
the ides of March? Any ideas?