Why See Imperium - Part II: Dictator?
The Epic Tale Continues
Company's Imperium plays are receiving their West End transfer this mummer, for a strictly limited run. The two-parter, which is based on the bestselling Cicero Trilogy by Robert Harris, follows the rise of Cicero, one of ancient Rome's most prolific politicians and greatest orators. Dictator is the second part of this epic tale.
Olivier and Tony award winner Richard McCabe (The Audience) and The Crown's Joseph Kloska once again take on the roles characters of Cicero and Tiero in this colossal ancient tale.
Imperium II: Dictator
Rome is in chaos as their Emperor and commander, Julius Caesar, has just been assassinated. A now retired Cicero must once again plot and scheme before power falls into the hands of Mark Antony. Forming an unlikely alliance with Caesar's heir, Cicero strikes out once again to save his beloved Republic.
Opening night: 21 June 2018
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Until Aug 11, 2018
This bracingly clever, bleakly funny play offers no easy answers to any of its questions: what is justice, what is vengeance, and which is right?
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