I fear this storm will predict terrible events to come
We both agree that Caesar's rise to power must be stopped
How can we persuade Brutus to follow our plan?
Julius Caesar has just returned to Rome after a long civil war in which he defeated the forces of Pompey, his rival for power. The men are celebrating Caesar's victory, which they are joyful about.
We must kill Caesar today!
Caesar attends the traditional race at the festival of Lupercal, a soothsayer warns him to beware the ides of March (March 15th) When Caesar leaves. Brutus and Cassius speak. They talk about Caesar's weaknesses.
Head to the Capitol to check on Caesar
Caesar is in danger
It is the night of March 14th. A storm is coming, Casca fears that the storm and other omens predict terrible events to come. Cassius interprets the storm as a sign that Caesar must be overthrown. Cassius, Casca, and Cinna all agree that they must come up with a plan to stop Caesar rising to power.
You must die!
Et tu, Brute?
Letter From Cassius you must take action on Caesar
It is a few hours before dawn on March 15th, Brutus unable to sleep, walks into his garden. Brutus unable to sleep, he walks into his garden. Brutus receives a letter from Cassius claiming he should take action on Caesar. Shortly after Cassius and the conspirators visit Brutus, they all agree to kill Caesar that day.
Brutus' wife, Portia feels anxious about the conspiracy. She sends her servant Lucius to go see what is happening at the Capitol. Then she meets the Soothsayer, who predicts danger for Caesar. Portia becomes even more anxious as the soothsayer continues about Caesar's death.
Outside the capital, Caesar refuses to look at Artemidorus' letter of warning. Caesar walks into the capital, the conspirators surround him, and suddenly start to stab him to death. Brutus was the last one to stab Caesar.