DescriptionTwo protesters from Brooklyn and Long Island disrupted the Public Theater’s final performance of “Julius Caesar” on Sunday night in Central Park.Brooklyn man Jovanni Valle, 26, jumped on stage during the Shakespeare play’s first act and shouted "Liberal hate kills" and “Goebbels would be proud,” referring to Adolf Hitler’s minister of propaganda in Nazi Germany. Valle was quickly nabbed by security.About 20 minutes later, 28-year-old Salvatore Cipolla, of Oceanside, climbed on stage, also shouting "Goebbels would be proud."Shortly before storming the stage, Cipolla tweeted a meme based on the 1988 video game Bad Dudes."The President has been stabbed by leftists. Are you a bad enough dude to rescue the President," the altered text reads.