‘Julius Caesar’ interrupted again by pro-Trump protesters

‘Julius Caesar’ interrupted again by pro-Trump protesters

OVER AGAIN unto the breach!

The General Public Theater’s anti-Trump rendition of “Julius Caesar” was interrupted over again on Sunday — with protesters storming the level this time, together with one that shouted: “Liberal hate kills!”

Javanni Valle, 26, of Brooklyn, and Salvatore Cipolla, 28, of Oceanside, LI, had been arrested and charged with trespassing and disorderly behavior following their Sunday night stunt at Shakespeare in the Park.

The incident came through the display’s final efficiency in Valuable Park — and simply days after the same protest opened up on the outdoor venue.

Laura Loomer, an alt-proper journalist, reside-streamed her rush onto the level on Friday night, shouting “Forestall leftist violence!” and “New York Public Theater is ISIS!” ahead of being arrested and charged with trespassing and disorderly habits.

Valle and Cipolla each rushed the degree at different parts throughout the play on Sunday, with one going in opposition to the start and the opposite coming in a while, all over it’s infamous assassination scene.


Blogger who rushed 'Julius Caesar' stage says production has blood on its hands

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“I’m not disappointed that i was arrested,” the protester mentioned….

“in the course of the show a guy jumped on degree, had on faux camera glasses, calling everyone Goebbles and Nazis and he was tackled and taken out,” recalled Damion, a 52-12 months-vintage Astoria resident who used to be on the play.

“throughout the Senate stabbing, a large guy jumped at the level with a beard,” he instructed The Submit. “They grabbed him very quickly. He used to be announcing, ‘I’m bored with this bullshit,’ as they were taking him away.”

The Public Theater’s staging of “Julius Caesar” has sparked outrage thanks to its controversial resolution to replace the name personality with a Donald Trump look-alike.

Delta Air Strains and Bank of America both pulled their sponsorship of the public Theater, in reaction.

“It was unsettling,” Damion said of the Sunday night protests. “The extras were scattered throughout, and the scenes where they’re leaping up, you’re not likely positive if they’re actors or protesters. It delivered an element of adrenaline.”

With Put Up wires.

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