Public Theater sponsor American Express distances itself from Trump-like Julius Caesar staging - PRWeek

The payments company said Monday morning that it is not funding the production of Shakespeare in the Park shows, rather productions at the Public Theater only. Meanwhile, fellow sponsor The New York Times is sticking with its patronage. News. Share0 ...

Two corporate titans pull sponsorship of reinterpreted Shakespeare play that takes a stab at President Trump - Rare.us

Bank of America and Delta Airlines have decided to pull funding for a rendition of “Julius Caesar” that is now playing at New York's Shakespeare in the Park. Why would two major American entities choose not to support the arts? This particular ...

Delta and Bank of America abandon Trump-like 'Julius Caesar' - KTVZ

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - The Public Theater in New York City lost two sponsors Sunday due to controversy surrounding its rendition of William Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar," which includes the gory assassination of a ruler who resembles President Trump ...

Sponsors flee New York City theater company over Trump-killing scene - Fox News

Delta Air Lines and Bank of America became the first companies to announce they are pulling their sponsorships of a Manhattan-based theater company's portrayal of Julius Caesar as a Donald Trump look-alike in a business suit who gets stabbed to death ...

US sponsors ditch Trump-style 'Julius Caesar' in NY - Daily Mail

Two major US companies have withdrawn their sponsorship of an outdoor New York production of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" that sparked uproar for apparently portraying the assassinated Roman ruler as similar to Donald Trump. Delta Air Lines and ...

In Defense of the Trumpian “Julius Caesar” - The New Yorker

On Monday evening, this season's free production of Shakespeare in the Park's “Julius Caesar” will open to an unusual quantity of attention. As audiences beyond the Delacorte Theatre have already heard, the production, which is directed by Oskar Eustis ...

Bongino: 'The Left Has Gone Mad With Rage' - Fox News Insider

Delta Air Lines and Bank of America have pulled financial support for the Shakespeare in the Park production of "Julius Caesar" in New York City over its portrayal of the assassinated titular character that resembles President Donald Trump. The play ...

Companies end sponsorship over "Trump-killing" scene in play - Quad-Cities Online

NEW YORK (AP) — Delta Air Lines and Bank of America have announced that they are pulling their sponsorship of a Manhattan-based theater company's portrayal of Julius Caesar as a Donald Trump look-alike in a business suit who gets knifed to death on ...

Celebrities Call for Boycott of Delta, Bank of America after Companies Pull Funding from 'Trump' Stabbing Theater - Breitbart News

Several Hollywood celebrities have called for a boycott of Delta Air Lines and Bank of America after the two companies announced Sunday they would no longer sponsor the New York City Public Theater over a controversial staging of Julius Caesar in which ...

Trump supporters coax Delta and Bank of America into pulling donations to free Shakespeare plays - Mic

Since Trump's election, conservatives are outraged on behalf of Trump — at Kathy Griffin, at the New York Times and at various others who offend the sensibilities of the president's fans. Their next target: free Shakespeare plays. Corporations like ...

Backlash For Theater That Showed Trump Death On Stage - Opposing Views

New York's Shakespeare in the Park is facing criticism for staging a production of "Julius Caesar" that put President Donald Trump as the protagonist. The play traditionally follows the story of Roman politician Julius Caesar, who was betrayed and ...

Delta And Bank Of America Drop Sponsorship Of New York's Public Theater Over A Mock Trump Assassination - UPROXX

Delta and Bank of America have both pulled funding from New York's Public Theater over a Shakespeare in the Park production of Julius Caesar that depicts Caesar as Donald Trump and his wife Calpurnia as Melania. Of course, the problem being — as ...

Sponsors Cut Ties With Shakespeare In The Park Amid Trump Controversy - Patch.com

The Public Theater's Trump-inspired performance of "Julius Caesar" features a certain presidential lookalike being stabbed multiple times. By Brendan Krisel (Patch National Staff) - Updated June 12, 2017 10:23 am ET. Sponsors Cut Ties With Shakespeare ...

New York Theater Group Under Fire for Depicting Assassination of Trump-Like 'Julius Caesar' - Washington Free Beacon

A New York City arts organization is under fire for staging a "Shakespeare in the Park" version of Julius Caesar in which the titular character is portrayed by a Donald Trump look-alike and assassinated. Public Theater's Julius Caesar is a businessman ...

Trump-Like 'Julius Caesar' Production In Central Park Prompts Delta, Bank Of America To Drop Sponsorship - Gothamist

Nikki M. James and Corey Stoll in The Public Theater's Free Shakespeare in the Park production of Julius Caesar (Joan Marcus). continue. view fullscreen. close. The depiction of a President Trump-esque Julius Caesar in the current Shakespeare in the ...

Delta Pulls Sponsorship Of Julius Caesar Play Over Trump-Inspired Portrayal - ETCanada.com

Delta Air Lines said on Sunday it was pulling its sponsorship of the Shakespeare in the Park production of “Julius Caesar” in New York over a portrayal of the assassinated ancient Roman leader that resembles U.S. President Donald Trump. The ...

Sponsors Can't Stomach Violent, Trump-Inspired Julius Caesar - Vanity Fair

The fallout of Kathy Griffin's latest controversy (you know, when she posed for a photo with a bloody, gruesome Donald Trump mask) hasn't dissuaded other mainstream artists from violently depicting the current president. Take Shakespeare in the Park ...

Forget Julius Caesar – Trump is more like Richard III, Shakespeare's satanic joker - The Guardian

Two US companies have pulled their sponsorship from a New York production of Julius Caesar because it depicts a Trump-like character – grisly ending and all. But the bard has other characters that better fit the US president. The Public Theater's ...

Trump-like Julius Caesar: Five facts about controversial New York production - The Week UK

Shakespeare's play has come under fire for comparing the Roman leader to the US President. But is really so bad? A new production of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar in New York has come under attack for its portrayal of a Donald Trump-like character in the ...

​CBJ Morning Buzz: BofA pulls out of Trump-like show; A look into local salaries; Budget on city agenda - Charlotte Business Journal

Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) is one of two major corporate donors pulling out of a New York City production of Julius Caesar that portrays the assassination of a ruler meant to resemble President Donald Trump, according to reports from The New York Times ...