Giulio Cesare

Baracco, Andrea 2012

Part One: (Visit video source page)

Part Two: (Visit video source page)

Adapted by Vincenzo Manna and Andrea Baracco for Compagnia I Termini

Directed by Andrea Baracco

Scenography: Arcangela di Lorenzo

Lighting: Javier Delle Monache

Costume designer: Mariano Tufano

Assistant director: Giulia Dietrich

Production: Benvenuti srl e Lungta Film in collaboration with Teatro di Roma

 

Actors: Giandomenico Cupaiuolo (Bruto), Roberto Manzi (Cassio), Ersilia Lombardo/Aurora Peres (Calpurnia), Lucas Waldem Zanforlini (Casca and Ottaviano), Livia Castiglioni (Porzia), Gabriele Portoghese (Marc’Antonio)

 

Performed at the ‘Globe to Globe’ Festival in London in 2012

Winner of the Certamen Almagro Off  – Festival Internacional de Teatro Clásico de Almagro (Spain)

 

 

Giulio Cesare (Julius Caesar)

Castellucci, Romeo 1997

 

Research Article

Anna Maria Cimitile, ‘Tragedy and Shakespeare Performance Studies in Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio’s Giulio Cesare (1997) and Macbeth su Macbeth (2014)’, Cahiers Élisabéthains 96.1, 2018, pp 102-116, ISSN 0184-7678 (DOI: 10.1177/0184767818768092)

Abstract: The article discusses two productions, respectively of Julius Caesar and Macbeth, by the experimental Italian theatre company Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio (SRS). My wider scope is a reflection on what I may call the ‘peregrinations’ of the sense of the tragic in our times; my more specific question is: How is the Shakespearean tragic envisioned by SRS? What does their ‘performative thinking’ reveal about tragedy and our sense of the tragic today? As the performances are in Italian, based on Italian translations of Shakespeare, the question of the different language will also be briefly considered, to listen to the ‘ear of the other’ in critical action.

 

 

Charudatham

Harikumar, Sadanam 2001

Charudatham is an adaptation of Julius Caesar into kathakali .

Video of performance took place on 1 March 2001 at the Nataka Bharathi 2001 Shakespeare on Indian Stage, national theatre festival and seminar at Kasargode, Kerala, India, 24 Feb – 2 March 2001, in association with the Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi.

 

Cesare deve morire (Caesar Must Die)

Taviani, Paolo and Vittorio 2011

Paolo and Vittorio Taviani’s docudrama about real-life convicts staging Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. Winner of the Golden Bear for best film at the 62nd Berlinale.

Production: KaosCinematografica and Rai Cinema

Distribution: RaiTrade