If your tendency is to take absolutely literally what happens to every character who crosses a stage, then you should indeed be avoiding at all costs the terrific modern-dress version of Shakespeare's “Julius Caesar” that has audiences cheering nightly in Central Park.
Eustis directs the production of the Shakespeare play that has come under attack from ultraconservative websites and even from one of President Trump's sons.
Jun 15, 2017
Peter Marks joined the Washington Post as its chief theater critic in 2002. Prior to that he worked for nine years at the New York Times, on the culture, metropolitan and national desks, and spent about four years as its off-Broadway drama critic.