Caesar has come home from Pompey! Rejoice and celebration in the streets!
Hence, home you idle creatures, get you home!
Beware the ides of March Act 1, Scene 2
Beware the ides of March!!
Brutus, I do observe you as of late.
Purgers Act 2, Scene 1
Let us be sacrificers, not butchers, Caius. We will stand against the spirit of Caesar.
Marullus and Flavius, two tribunes, encounter two tradesmen celebrating Caesar victory over Pompey.
Calpurnia's Dream Act 2, Scene 2
For thy humour, I will stay home.
As a Soothsayer warns Caesar of the ides of March, Cassius asks Brutus if he would join the conspiracy to kill Caesar.
A Warning Act 2, Scene 3
Caesar, beware of Brutus. Take heed of Cassius. Come not near Casca. Have an eye to Cinna. Trust not Trebonius. Mark well Metellus Cimber. Decius Brutus loves thee not. Thou hast wronged Caius Ligarius. There is but one mind in all these men, and it is bent against Caesar. If thou beest not immortal, look about you. Security gives way to conspiracy. The mighty gods defend thee!
The conspirators all meet in Brutus' orchard to discuss their plan.
Et tu Brute? Act 3, Scene 1
Calpurnia has a dream of Caesar's death, and begs her husband to stay home. However clever Decius, a conspirator changes the meaning of her dream into a fortunate one, convincing Caesar to not stay at home.
Alas, my lord, your wisdom is consumed in confidence. Do not go forth today. Call it my fear that keeps you fron the Senate house and not your own.
On a street in Rome, Artemidorus, a friend of Caesar, reads his letter of warning for Caesar about the conspirators.
The morning of the ides of March, and the conspirators suceed in killing Caesar.