Introduction: political theatre 1. "So are they all, all honourable men": Julius Caesar before the Second World War 2. The rise of European Fascism: Welles at the Mercury Theater 3. (Un) American identities: Mankiewicz (1953) 4. Wise saws and modern(ist) instances: Anderson, Barton and Nunn 5. Glories past: the minor films 6. The Romans in Britain. Caesar under Thatcher 7. Accents yet unknown: Global Caesars 8. 'Growing on the South': Georgia Shakespeare 2001 and 2009 9. A strange disposed time: Caesar at the Millenium Appendix: major cast and company staff of select twentieth century productions Bibliography Index -- .
Andrew James Hartley is Robinson Distinguished Professor of Shakespeare Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte -- .