In December 2012 Jenny Jules opened in Phyllida Lloyd's all-female production of Shakespeare's tragedy of power and conspiracy - Julius Caesar - at the Donmar Warehouse.
Jenny starred as one of the leading roles of Cassius, a shrewd and talented Roman general who believes Caesar has become too powerful and must be removed.
The production opened to a host of praiseworthy reviews, with The Guardian's Michael Billington commenting on how "Lloyd's production proves that female actors can bring a fresh perspective to traditionally male roles."
Julius Caesar subsequently transferred to the St Anne's Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York in September 2013 where it received a rapturous reception, with the New York Times' Ben Brantley describing the production as "gripping" and "embodied by a crackling troupe led by the stalwarts of British classical theater."
Jenny's performance as Cassius was repeatedly singled out for praise, as seen in the below reviews.
New York Times
The Huffington Post
The Evening Standard