Foreign Bard

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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.”

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