NYC's 'Shakespeare In The Park' Stages Mock Trump Assassination During Summer Production Of 'Julius Caesar'


INSIDE EDITION: The audience reaction has been mixed for Central Park's latest 'Shakespeare in the Park' production, which shows a character that resembles President Trump being brutally stabbed to death. William Shakespeare's 'Julius Caesar,' which opened May 23 and will be performed throughout this month in Central Park, is causing a stir among audiences due to its apparent inspiration from the Trump administration. The play's climax comes with Caesar's stabbing death at the hands of his best friend, Brutus.

Rather than the traditional purple toga or Roman battle armor, this production's version of Caesar wears a messy blonde wig and a too-big red tie.

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