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A unique staging of a Shakespearean tragedy opens with Cleopatra's silhouette commanding attention - a queen in shadow but a queen nonetheless, a subtle hint at the powerful threat her Haiti posed to its slave masters in the 1700s.
Antony and Cleopatra, the names conjure up a variety of images that include Roman military might, eastern decadence and a pair of tragic star-crossed lovers. Some of that is actually accurate, but much of it is romanticized fiction. In his latest study of the Roman world, Adrian Goldsworthy takes on the task of separating truth from fiction, and he does a good job of it.