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David Strathairn and Richard Nelson: "Conversations in Tusculum"

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

The play "Conversations in Tusculum," now at the Public Theatre, is set in the hills and villas outside of Rome, and chronicles Julius Caesar’s world of manipulation and power. Actor David Strathairn co-stars; Richard Nelson wrote the play.

Event: "Conversations in Tusculum" runs through March 30
The Public Theater
425 Lafayette Street (between East 4th Street and Astor Place)
For tickets, call 212-967-7555 or go to here.

Guests:

Richard Nelson and David Strathairn
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Comments [1]

aleeza from New York

Leonard:

Just an aside, the HBO series Rome had the Character Cassius from which people might be more likely to take a sense of how to play further Cassius roles from if not for any other reason, than just because I am sure it had a wider audience.

Thank you
aleeza

Mar. 18 2008 12:59 PM

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