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Gaius Cassius Longinus

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To the production seamstress, For my production of Julius Caesar: On Ice, I?ve designed very detailed costumes for Caesar, Antony, Octavius, Cassius, Brutus, Calpurnia, and Portia. These costumes have been very thought out and have great meaning behind them, so please make note of what each character wears and what scene they wear it in. Caesar: For Caesar, I?ve designed an orange toga with strips of red drapery and a gold cuff bracelet. The red signifies power and ruthlessness while the orange represents his tragic flow, his over confidence. This outfit will be used when the crowd is praising and coaxing Caesar to take the ?crown? so MAKE SURE his cuff is gold, because it represents his success. Cassius:
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