This is an actual headline from Fox News insider: NYC Play Appears to Depict Assassination of Trump
The play in question is a modern adaption of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar put up by Shakespeare in the Park.
The only place the article mention’s the play’s name is when quoting Delta Airlines saying “do not condone this interpretation of Julius Caesar.”
The Delta Airline quote was stated through twitter, and whomever wrote that tweet should be fired as a craven, uncultured fool.
The Fox article heavily quotes Guy Benson, who apparently is a Fox talking head on Fox and Friends.
Benson said it is “not a subtle statement” to portray the murder of a sitting U.S. president.
“This is so incredibly in poor taste that I’m surprised they haven’t cast Kathy Griffin in the production,” he said.
If Benson, or anyone else employed by Fox, knew any culture, they would know that the play is not endorsing the murder of Julius Caesar (no matter how much he looks like Trump). That is what the whole famous funeral speech by Mark Anthony is about.
Given how fragile Benson and the other Fox employees are, I tried to find a YouTube clip of the speech that they might find acceptable, and I think I found one – here Mark Anthony is played by Charles Heston.
Or if watching Heston causes them too much pain, perhaps Marlon Brando’s version works better
Both of those movie clips are of course from productions of Julius Caesar which stay true to the classic version of the play, but it is hardly a new thing that play instructors update the settings (see e.g. Romeo + Juliet from 1996) or the location (see e.g Kurosawa’s Ran from 1985 which was based on King Lear)