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Julius Caesar at Tulane 

Opens June 9

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The New Orleans Shakespeare Festival at Tulane kicks off its summer season with Julius Caesar. The tragedy is set in 1930s America, and it's a timeless tale of backroom deals, political grandstanding and the risks and rewards of seeking to manipulate the masses. Tickets $30, $15 previews (Thu.-Fri.), $40 opening night (Sat.). 7:30 p.m. Thu.-Sat.; 1:30 p.m. Sun.; through June 25. Tulane University, Lupin Theater, 865-5106; http://neworleansshakespeare.tulane.edu

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