SHOVE “Julius Caesar.” We just had “Hamlet.” Burbling “to be or not to be” in a foreign tongue. Farsi. A language in which Allah knows we are all familiar. Set in Persia, the thing starred Arian Moayed, Barzin Akhavan, Amir Arison, Maryam Ataei, Arash Mokhtar, Ajay Naidu, Sathya Sridharan, music by “the Bob Dylan of Iran” Mohsen Namjoo. It recently closed. Broadway eagerly awaits “King Lear” in Pashto.
Also, I don’t want you to miss anything, so: September comes CBS’s “Star Trek Discovery.” And this week, “Color Purple” coproducer Scott Sanders brings to downtown’s Oculus a Sistine Chapel exhibit. Thursday lunch, Bloomingdale’s wakes up and hosts — I quote them — “legendary, most soughtafter, international, world renowned DJ Vjuan Allure, Drag Superstar Har
monica Sunbeam and Pi
oneer Icon Grandfather Hector Xtravaganza.”