Featuring some of the most sublime poetry of love and loss ever written, Antony and Cleopatra is a dark, intimate portrait of an ill-fated love affair. The play begins two years after the events of Julius Caesar, with civil unrest roiling imperial Rome. The aging Marc Antony, one of the empire’s three rulers, lives a decadent life in Egypt, carousing with Queen Cleopatra. As Rome reasserts its claim on him, Antony struggles between his sense of duty to his country and his consuming love for Cleopatra.

This production played alongside Julius Caesar as part of the Roman Repertory.

four stars Fresh and exciting…STC delivers with their Roman Repertory…plays that feel clean and positively modern.”
Metro Weekly

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Antony and Cleopatra

Apr 26, 2008 - Jul 6, 2008

by William Shakespeare

directed by Michael Kahn
The Roman Repertory is supported by an Artistic Excellence Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Antony and Cleopatra is sponsored in celebration of Jackie Feldman’s love of Shakespeare and her dedication to the Shakespeare Theatre Company.

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