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Quicksilver: The Tragedy of Julius Caesar on 17 May and 24 May May 12, 2007

Posted by William Spear in >> News, >> Radio Drama.

Quicksilver Radio Theater’s acclaimed audio dramatization of William Shakespeare’s timeless 1599 play will netcast on WMPG 90.9/104.1 Greater Portland Maine in two parts starting on Thursday 17 May at 1:00 p.m. EST and concluding one week later on Thursday 24 May at 1:00 p.m. EST.

Quoting producer Craig Wichman, Julius Caesar is “A bloody, true story of the ever-shifting lines between governance and oppression, political action and violence.”

Released in conjunction with Jay Stern’s The Changeling

Julius Caesar was directed and adapted by Jay Stern. The release is being coordinated with Stern’s feature-length film title The Changeling based upon a play written in 1622 by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley. The Changeling, which opens 16 May in New York, is a story of desire, love, deceit, and murder.

Cast and Crew of Julius Caesar

Director and Adapter: Jay Stern

Featuring (in alphabetical order):

  • Clyde Baldo
  • Robert Chaney
  • Bernadette Fiorella
  • Joseph Franchini
  • Derek Lively
  • Katie Nutt
  • Emma Palzere
  • John Prave
  • James Prendergast
  • Dan Renkin
  • Craig Wichman

Sound Engineers – Dominick Barbera / Phil Castellano
Sound Effects Artists – Eevin Hartsough / Clyde Baldo
Composer – Frank Spitznagel

PART the FIRST: Thursday, May 17, 1pm EST
PART the SECOND: Thursday, May 24, 1pm EST

Where to listen

Streaming Online
WMPG 90.9/104.1 Greater Portland Maine
Hosted by Frederick Greenhalgh

Each 30 m. program podcast thereafter at
Details on The Changeling

Opening 16 May in New York at the Pioneer Theatre, more details are available at http://twoboots.com/pioneer/changeling.html .

Further information on The Changeling may be found at the following:


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