In one of Shakespeare’s most action-packed plays, Julius Caesar returns victorious to Rome from foreign wars with a rowdy populous advocating he take the crown. However, a group of conspirators becomes disturbed by the power that Caesar has gained.
Filled with some of Shakespeare’s most famous language, this fast-paced, carefully edited production will draw you into the clash between honor and ambition. Julius Caesar is an intimate psychological thriller that reminds you why Shakespeare is meant to be seen on stage.
This production contains depictions of physical violence and discussion of self-harm or suicide; it is recommended for audiences 12+
3 per show – 2 Ushers & 1 Bartender
All bartenders must have a valid IN ATC Serving Permit on record and have passed the required Safe Serve training course prior to working their first shift. Permit and training certificate must be supplied to Indy Fringe Bar Manager and a copy of each must be carried at all times while working.
General volunteer questions can be directed to Volunteer Coordinator, Grace Branam (She/Her) at firstname.lastname@example.org Bartender volunteer specific questions can be directed to Bar Manager, Tyler J Crago (He/Him) at email@example.com
Casual but professional. Nothing ripped. Nothing vulgar or offensive.
Indy Fringe as a venue only has staff and admin parking. See instructions below for details on other parking options in the area.
On-site parking is not available at the IndyFringe building. Please, do not park behind the building in the spots marked for IndyFringe admin staff. You will be towed at your expense if you do. Metered and paid parking can be found all around Fringe at the following locations: Across the street at the Art Bank lot Along Mass Ave. Parking Garage or Garage Food Hall lot at Bottleworks District Street Parking We recommend planning to arrive 15-20 minutes earlier than usual in order to find parking as we expect these shows to be busy.