“Cowards die many times before their deaths. The valiant never taste of death but once.”  
Julius Caesar, Act II, Scene II.

Julius Caesar is one of the most famous plays by William Shakespeare and it contains some of his most quoted lines.  Caesar's words above have played a larger role in my own life, than I'd like.  They remind us to be brave in the face of fear...a lesson I learned on a cold winter's night when I was 7 years old:

I sneaked our German Shepherd, Fritz, into dad's art studio to stay warm. In the morning he was covered in more colors than a rainbow, and so was dad's studio. I'm not even going to mention the extra little gifts he left behind!  The consequences suffered by my 7-year-old self were almost as historic as those in this play :(

Actions have consequences.
Julius Caesar has returned to Rome, triumphant from the war against Pompey. The Republic is prepared to give him additional honors, causing concern among some Senators unwilling to cede so much power to one man.  Cassius plots his conspiracy to murder Caesar and asks for the support of the highly respected Brutus.  Brutus is conflicted but is finally persuaded to do what is best for the Republic.  These decision have repercussions, and if you don't know the story, we won't spoil it for you.  But this show is an epic tale of both courage and fear, respect and revenge.  Don't miss this amazing production!

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