Jesse Green

NYT co-chief theater critic

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Delta Airlines and Bank of America pulled their support from New York’s famous Shakespeare in the Park over concerns about a new production of “Julius Caesar.”

Adaptation of 'Julius Caesar' loses sponsorship over assassination scene

Delta Airlines and Bank of America pulled their support from New York’s famous Shakespeare in the Park over concerns about a new production of “Julius Caesar.”

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