We should remove the decorations on the statues.
We're celebrating Julius Caesar's return!
You are a dreamer.
Scene 2, Pt. 1
Beware the Ides of March!
Caesar is not fit to be king. You should join us and take over.
Scene 2, Pt. 2
I don't know...
Caesar had a seizure when offered a crown by Antony!
When Caesar returns home, people praise him in the streets. Marullus and Flavius encounter a cobbler and a carpenter and are angry they are praising Caesar and have forgotten about their former leader, Pompey
Scene 3, Pt. 1
A boy's hand was lit on fire and didn't burn! Such strange things are happening!
When at the festivities, Caesar encounters a soothsayer, who tells Caesar to beware the ides of March. Caesar carelessly brushes him off.
Scene 3, Pt. 2
Obviously the gods are displeased with the state of affairs in Rome. That's why all this is happening.
I'll join the conspiracy.
Cassius tries to persuade Marcus Brutus to join in the conspiracy. Brutus kind of tells him to back off. Casca arrives, and tells the men that Caesar was offered a crown three times by Antony; and, to please the crowd, turned it down each time. Casca states that the ordeal upset Caesar so much that he fell to the ground and foamed at the mouth.
Scene 3, Pt. 3
Cinna, please put these letters where Brutus will find them. These letters praise Brutus and state that someone should kill Caesar.
Casca runs into Cicero. He tells Cicero of the very strange things that are happening, such as a boy's hand being lit on fire and not burning and a nighttime bird being out in the day.
Are you okay?
Casca also runs into Cassius, who states that all of the strange occurrences are happening because the gods are upset with Caesar being in power. Cassius then persuades Casca to join the conspiracy.
Cinna, another conspirator, enters. Cassius orders Cinna to place letters where Brutus will find them. The letters state that Caesar is not fit to be a king and they praise Brutus. Cassius states that Brutus's decision will be definite in the morning.