A big crowd is following Caesar through the streets of Rome. Caesar tells Antony to touch Calpurnia to get rid of the curse. That is when the soothsayer approaches Caesar. The soothsayer tells Caesar, "Beware the ides of March." (I:ii:ln 23)
Act IV: Scene 3
Brutus asks his servant to bring him a light. Brutus mumbles that Caesar will have to die. When Lucius returns they discuss the death of Caesar. Brutus says, "It must be by his death; and my part, I know no personal cause to spurn at him." ( II:i:ln 10-11)
Act V: Scene 5
Caesar is in the capitol with the rest of the conspirators. All of the conspirators start to stab Caesar. Brutus stabs Caesar, Caesar says " Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar." ( III:i:ln 79) Caesar dies after Brutus stabs Caesar.
Cassius and Brutus meet up in Cassius's tent to talk. Cassius tells his servant not to let anyone in. Cassius explains to Brutus, why he is mad at him. Cassius says," Most noble brother, you have done me wrong.'' (IV:iii:ln 55)
Brutus is trying to find someone to kill him. Strato holds up a sword and Brutus walks through it. This is important because Brutus kills himself out of guilt. " Farewell, good Strato - Caesar, now be still; I killed not thee with half so good will." (V:v:ln 50-51)
The theme is be careful who you trust. Caesar trusted Brutus, but then Brutus stabbed him along with the other conspirators. This is important because Brutus betrayed Caesar." People and senators be not affrighted. Fly not; stand still: ambition's debt is paid." ( III:i: 82-83)