The New York Times vows to stand by theater despite Trump-“Julius Caesar” controversy

New York’s venerated theater organization, the Public Theater, is facing a PR disaster over its long-running free “Shakespeare in the Park” series. The organization is mounting a production of Julius Caesar, which (spoiler alert!) ends with the Roman politician being assassinated. Many far-right online personas—including Donald Trump Jr.—consider this to be offensive given that Caesar appears Trump-like in this particular production. (It depicts him with blonde hair and modern attire.)
FOLLOW THE LINK FOR THE FULL REPORT – JR 

https://news.fastcompany.com/the-new-york-times-vows-to-stand-by-theater-despite-trump-julius-caesar-controversy-4040493

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