Contemporary Legend Theatre
Julius Caesar
Theatre 
13 – 15 Mar 2020
Contemporary Legend Theatre
Julius Caesar
Theatre 
13 – 15 Mar 2020
Contemporary Legend Theatre
Julius Caesar
Theatre 
13 – 15 Mar 2020

Contemporary Legend Theatre
Julius Caesar

Peking opera pioneer Wu Hsing-kuo and his Contemporary Legend Theatre join forces with Zhang Jun, “the prince of kunqu”, for a daring adaptation of history’s ultimate betrayal. Witness the world premiere of the murder that rocked a republic on the coming Ides of March!

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Peking opera pioneer Wu Hsing-kuo and his Contemporary Legend Theatre join forces with Zhang Jun, “the prince of kunqu”, for a daring adaptation of history’s ultimate betrayal. Witness the world premiere of the murder that rocked a republic on the coming Ides of March!
Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears!

Peking opera pioneer Wu Hsing-kuo and his Contemporary Legend Theatre join forces with Zhang Jun, “the prince of kunqu”, for a daring adaptation of this major historical play. This thrilling hybrid of opera, modern theatre and multi-media storytelling declares that Chinese opera and Shakespearean drama are two compatible art forms that remain as relevant as ever. Witness the world premiere of the murder that rocked a republic on the coming Ides of March!
Performed by
Zhang Jun
Wu Hsing-kuo

Playwright
William Shakespeare

Adapted and Directed by
Wu Hsing-kuo

Lyricist
Lei Bi-qi

Composer
Xu Shuya

Choreographer
Lin Hsiu-wei

Costumes Designer
Chris Lai

With orchestral accompaniment
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Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears!

Peking opera pioneer Wu Hsing-kuo and his Contemporary Legend Theatre join forces with Zhang Jun, “the prince of kunqu”, for a daring adaptation of this major historical play. This thrilling hybrid of opera, modern theatre and multi-media storytelling declares that Chinese opera and Shakespearean drama are two compatible art forms that remain as relevant as ever. Witness the world premiere of the murder that rocked a republic on the coming Ides of March!
Production and Cast
Performed by
Zhang Jun
Wu Hsing-kuo

Playwright
William Shakespeare

Adapted and Directed by
Wu Hsing-kuo

Lyricist
Lei Bi-qi

Composer
Xu Shuya

Choreographer
Lin Hsiu-wei

Costumes Designer
Chris Lai

With orchestral accompaniment