A scattershot podcast about William Shakespeare and his works.
I'd definitely like to hear more from you guys on this one - it's one of my favorites!
On Julius Caesar and the Tower of London: when I saw Richard III performed at the RSC they did a fine little take on this scene. The Prince asking if Julius Caesar built the Tower was played as though it were a naive, childish question and the adults affirming that Caesar had built the Tower was merely their humoring them. A lovely bit of business that really added to the pathos of the scene.
Ooh, I really like that interpretation. That's a good idea!