This scene depicts the Flavius and Marullus getting on to the citizens for skipping out on work for celebrating the triumph of Caesar. This scene is also shows them getting mad at him. It is also showing how Marullus and Flavius are about to tear down the decorations.(Act I:II:ln 57)Go, go good countrymen, and, for this fault, Assemble all the poor men of your sort ; Draw them to Tiber banks and weep your tears into the channel, till the lowest stream do kiss the most exalted shores of all
This scene is showing that Brutus is asking his servant to answer to see who's outside the door. I say this is a key scene because if Brutus left it alone he wouldn't have had the idea to kill Caeser. Sir, "tis your brother Cassius at the door, Who doth desire to see you". (Act II: I: 70)
This scene describes when all the conspirators went and killed Caeser. This is important because this is a turning point for the whole story. "et tu Brute".(Act III:I:79). I Chose this scene because Caesar is a huge character in this story.
The scene that is very important in this act is the argument between Brutus and Cassius. this is a special point because after this argument they still decide to join forces to try and take down Antony and Octavius. "No more. Goodnight. early tomorrow we will rise and hence". (Act IV:III:ln 229-230). I chose this one specifically so that you would understand that this is actually the only big thing that happens in this Act.
I chose the war between the 2 axis powers because this is the most important part in the entire story. I say this because this is when Cassius and Brutus die who are probably some of the most important characters in the story. "Their bloody sign of battle is hung out". i picked this quote because it shows they are ready for war. (Act V:I: Ln 14). This scene doesn't show Brutus dying but the war is a bigger problem.
I think the theme of Julius Caesar is that everything has consequences. I say this because when the conspirators go kill Caesar they all eventually die after. I made this scene because this is showing when Caesars ghost visits Brutus and warns him. "Ghost: To tell thee thou shalt see me at Philippi. (Act IV:III: Ln 284). Another example is when Caesar refused to listen to the warnings, and he died.