Julius Caesar

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Rome: both a gilded empire and a decaying republic, where the people recognize Julius Caesar as a king, and their senators recognize him as a threat. What fate awaits each power player in Shakespeare’s great political drama? If you have an appetite for stirring intrigue, immersive action, and gourmet feasts, you must experience A Taste of Old Rome: Julius Caesar Dinner Theatre at Tallahassee’s premiere event venue, the Moon.

An evening performance featuring a buffet from
Bella Bella and Dessert from Sweet Pea Cafe.


This exciting (and delicious) format invites audience members to fix their plate, then let the action of Act I unfold around them as they eat. Intermission brings coffee and dessert, then the show resumes among audiences’ tables in Act II. Classically trained director Phil Croton has tailored the script and blocked the action of the play to safely surround audiences seated at tables in groups, so the only stabbing you need to worry about is when your fork meets the tasty morsels on your plate.
With enough advance notice, we want to accommodate your needs as best we can! Please reach out to Executive Director Bianca.
The evening schedule is in the name: “Dinner” then “Theatre”. If you’ve purchased tickets that include dinner, we encourage you to come as early as 6 PM to enjoy the Bella Bella banquet. If you are just coming to the show, we welcome you to The Moon starting at 7 PM. Here is a schedule for the evening:

6:00 PM – Doors open for Dinner Theatre attendees
6:30 PM – Dinner is served! (And the bar is open for purchases of wine, beer, or cocktails.)
7:00 PM – Doors open for General Admission attendees (just in time to grab a drink from the bar!)
7:15 PM – Last call for dinner (and drinks from the bar); the banquet is cleared
7:30 PM – Julius Caesar begins

There will be a 20 minute intermission featuring dessert service by Sweet Pea Cafe

We do encourage all our guests to wear the most comfortable, stylish, and era-appropriate option: a toga! Such outfits were great fun at our annual Uncorked fundraiser in August, so we’d like to keep the party going.

That said, if you do not have a costume (or a bedsheet to drape around yourself), you may dress for a night out at the theatre, however glamorous or comfortable you interpret that to be.