April 12, 2015



I need to start this blog off with a spoiler alert.  I’m going to give away how The Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company’s production of Julius Caesar handles stage blood.  Or, more specifically, how it “doesn’t” handle blood.  


If you asked a number of random...

April 10, 2015

Tell the story of the play from Casca's perspective:


Well, on the day of the Lupercal, Caesar and all us guys that follow him around go to see the race.  Some soothsayer tried to warn Caesar of some nonsense about the ides of March, which we promptly ignored and moved...

April 10, 2015


But I am constant as the northern star,
Of whose true-fixed and resting quality
There is no fellow in the firmament.
- Julius Caesar: Act 3, Scene 1


Like myself, you may have heard the echo of a Joni Mitchell tune when you read the first line of that quote. Julius Cae...

April 2, 2015

Chad Marriott answers some questions about the character of Octavius Caesar.




1) Pick three adjectives that describe your (major) character and explain why you chose them:


If I had to choose three words to describe Octavius they’d be confident, angry, and inspired. Fi...

March 26, 2015


Repertory Company member, Brad Sytsma, shares his thoughts on what happens when things don't go as planned.



Yesterday, we opened our production of Julius Caesar with the first of three matinee performances for High School students at the Beardsely Theatre in Muskegon...

March 15, 2015

Rep Company member Scott Wright shares his research into the real-life history of Julius Caesar.

Winning the role of a historical character is always a bit exciting for me.  As an amateur historian, I enjoy doing a little research into who that person really was, and...

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