Julius Ceaser By Shakespeare Storyboard by: Shanna A.
You blocks, you stones, you senseless things!
Marullus and Flavius brake up the Roman citizens' gathering while celebrating Caesar's return from war
Beware the ides of March.
He is a dreamer. Let us leave him. Pass.
Caesar is stopped by a stranger and wanted to "Beware the Ides of March". Ceaser believes they are crazy and brushes the stranger off.
Beware of Ides of March
Cassius, Casca, and their allies come to Brutus at night to persuade him to help with the murder of Caesar. Brutus is unsure of what to do, so he confides in his wife, Portia. One conspirator in the murder of Ceaser has an aside in the play when Julius speaks to him.
Plotting Caesar's death
And let us swear our resoultion
No, not an oath...
Caesar, I never stood on ceremonies, yet now they frighten me.
What can be avoided. Whose end is purpose'd by the mighty gods?
On March 15th, Caesar's wife Calpurnia urges him not to go because she dreamt he would be killed, but he refused to listen, goes on, and ended up later killed.
Ceaser ended up going to the capital. The Ides of March has arrived. Ceaser and Metellus were arguing and Brutis and the conspirators joined the conversation. At which point the conflict rises and eventually leads to the stabbing of Caesar.
Et tu Brute? Then fall Caesar!
I kiss thy hand, but not flattery
The Savage CItizens
The crowd figures out about the death of Ceaser and the conspirators. The crowd goes into the streets and encounters, Cinna the poet, not the conspirator. They figured out his name is the same as one of the conspirator and ended up killing him.