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Play of the Month: Julius Caesar


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by William Shakespeare
(Robert Stephens is a National Theatre player)


Author: William Shakespeare
Designer: Spencer Chapman
Producer: Cedric Messina
Director: Alan Bridges
Mark Antony: Robert Stephens
Brutus: Frank Finlay
Julius Caesar: Maurice Denham
Cassius: Edward Woodward
Casca: Anthony Bate
Decius Brutus: Alan Rowe
Cinna: Raymond Mason
Metellus Cimber: Jon Rollason
Trebonius: John Kelland
Caius Ligarius: Richard Burrell
Octavius Caesar: John Alderton
M Ameillius Lepidus: Godfrey James
Flavius: Colin Rix
Marullus: John Abineri
Cicero: Julian D' Albie
Publius: Christopher Steele
Popilius Lena: Terence de Marney
Portia: Ann Castle
Calpurnia: Gwen Cherrell
A soothsayer: Jonathan Scott
Lucius: Christopher Guard
Cinna the poet: Christopher Timothy
Artemidorus: Trevor Martin
A carpenter: Brian Vaughan
A cobbler: Christopher Benjamin
Servant to Antony: Richard Coe
Servant to Octavius: Mellan Mitchell
Officers to Brutus - Lucilius: Emrys Leyshon
Officers to Brutus - Young Cato: Christopher Denham
Officers to Brutus - Clitus: Graham Gordon
Officers to Brutus - Dardanius: David Sadgrove
Officers to Brutus - Varro: Stephen Sheppard
Officers to Brutus - Claudius: Nikolas Simmonds
Officers to Cassius - Messala: Tony Wright
Officers to Cassius - Titinius: John Moore
Officers to Cassius - Pindarus: Peter Jesson
Officers to Cassius - Strato, a soldier: Stuart Wilson

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Play of the Month: Julius Caesar

BBC One London, 13 April 1969 20.15

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