Why dost thou lead these men about the streets? (I:i:ln 29-30)
Caesar and to rejoice in his triumph.
Act II: Sc
Let us swear our resolution.
What about Cicero, let us not leave him out.
He'll never follow anything that other men begin.
No, not an oath. (II:i:ln 114)
Go to the pulpit, Brutus.
Act III: Sc
Speak hands for me!
Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar. (Act III:i ln 79)
Who comes here? A friend of Antony's.
In Act II, Flavius asks a man if he is a cobbler. The man says he is a cobbler which makes Flavius curious. Flavius then asks why the cobbler is out of his shop instead of working. The cobbler then says that they are celebrating the triumph of Caesar. Flavius is mad about the fall of Pompey and him and Marullus take down the decorations.
Act IV: Sc
Why com'st thou? (Act IV:iii:ln 282)
In Act II, Brutus is met by Casca and the conspirators in his orchard. They tell Brutus that they want him to join the conspirators. Brutus decides to join, and slowly takes Casca's leadership. Casca has the idea of Cicero joining, but Brutus and the rest decide to not tell him.
Act V: Sc
I held the sword, and he did run on it.
This was the most noble Roman of them all. (Act V:V:ln 68)
In Act III, Caesar is in the Capitol building with the conspirators. The conspirators get into a close enough spot to attack Caesar and murder him. Before Caesar dies, he asks Brutus why and then falls. Antony sends his servant to talk to the conspirators if they can meet him.
I fear my dreams will bring death upon you.
How foolish your fears seem now, Calpurnia! (Act II:ii;ln 105-106)
These dreams are good things Caesar.
In Act IV, Brutus is in his tent after fleeing Rome due to riots. During the night, Brutus is met by Caesar's ghost. Caesar's ghost tells Brutus that he shall see him at Philippi, meaning that Brutus will die at Phillippi. Brutus then awakens everyone so they can march to Philippi now instead of the morning.
Then i shall see thee again?
Thou shalt see me at Philippi.
Ay, at Philippi.
In Act V, Brutus fights Antony in the final battle. In the end, Brutus is defeated and asks 3 friends to hold a sword so he can jump on it. When they all decline, Brutus asks Strato to hold the sword. Strato accepts and Brutus kills himself by jumping on a sword.
Call to the army, to part the glories of this happy day.
Let's have a proper burial for him.
The theme of Julius Caesar is to not be arrogant. Caesar's arrogance and high self-esteem caused him to be gullible. Since Caesar was so gullible he called his wife's omen foolish and was convinced to go to the capitol. The capitol was where he was ambushed and killed by the conspirators.