"This theatre-in-the-round production struck the public fancy well enough to go beyond its originally scheduled run of two weeks. It is interesting to note that Joseph Holland, who played Brutus, was the Caesar in Orson Welles's favorably remembered modern-dress version of the drama. (Mr. Welles chose Mr. Holland for the role in that production because of his striking resemblance to Benito Mussolini.)"
Arena Theatre, (6/20/1950 - 7/15/1950)
Category: Play, Tragedy, Revival, Broadway