Over the past couple of weeks, the Courtyard Theatre has hosted a series of plays to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death. The plays, interestingly, have for the most part explored Shakespeare's women and gender identity – very topical subjects indeed. This week, Riot Act Theatre's latest play runs within the Courtyard's studio space. Written by Ashley Pearson and directed by Whit Hertford (who also directed Dottir) Coverage is a modern transpostion of the play Julius Caesar to contemporary America. Cassius, Senna and Brutus etc, are now U.S. senators, but much of the play is from the point of view of the news networks and the 'office politics' there.