Caesar: What say'st thou to me now? Speak once again.
Soothsayer: Beware the ides of March!
Cinna: Liberty! Freedom! Tyranny is dead! Run hence, proclaim, cry it about the streets!
Caeser: Et tu, Brute? -Then fall, Caesar!
Caesar has just returned home after a long civil war. Caesar defeated his rival Pompey and Caesar now has full control of Rome. People celebrate in the street over Caesar's victory. Caesar is offered the crown to Rome three times but will not do it in till the crowd is approves of him.
Brutus: Why com'st thou?
Ghost: Go to Philippi!
As Caesar attends the traditional race at the festival of Lupercal, the soothsayer come up to him. The soothsayer tells him to "Beware the ides of March." Afterward, Caesar becomes superstitious and fearful. Eventually Brutus and Cassius to meet up again to see what needs to be done with Caesar.
Messala: Antony defeated Cassius and Brutus defeated Octavius.
The Conspirators stab Caesar. Casca is the first one, then the others, then Brutus last. They stab Caesar 23 times. Soon people are screaming and running in fear. The Conspirators manage to escape.
Brutus: Clitus, Dardanis kill me. Hold up a sword and I shall run into it.
Clitus: I shall not Brutus.
After a long argument between Cassius and Brutus, Brutus decides to go back to his quarters. Brutus tries to sleep. Everyone else is sleeping. He sees something, thinks it’s the candlelight. It’s the ghost of Caesar. The ghost of Caesar says he’ll see him at Philippi. He wakes everyone up and tells them they are going to Philippi.
The battle begins after seeing a red flag signing the start of a battle. Soon Cassius men run away from the battle. Brutus soldiers began looting instead of fighting. Messala tells Titinius that Antony defeated Cassius and Brutus defeated Octavius. An even trade.
Brutus asks Clitus and Dardanis to kill him. Clitus and Dardanis refuse this request as they believe it's not right. He then tells Volumnius to hold his sword up while he runs onto it. Volumnius believes this isn't a duty for a friend. Brutus dies.