“The most dangerous villain in the piece, though, is the rampaging Roman mob, its allegiances flapping like a weathervane, its hatreds quickly stoked, its rages easily redirected to perceived enemies. Although no one among the rabble actually chants ‘Lock her up!’ or ‘Trump that bitch!’ or ‘Kick him out!’, the echo of mobs past hangs in the air.” — from Marilyn Stasio‘s 6.12 Variety review of the Trump-reflecting (and Delta Airlines disapproving) Julius Caesar at the Delacorte in Central Park.