The play begins with a crowd welcoming Julius Caesar, when a mysterious man predicts that something bad will happen to Caesar on the Ides of March.
Get away from me!
Meanwhile, a group of Romans who didn't support Caesar (those even included his friends) began planning how to get rid of him.
He is dangerous for the empire!
Yes! We have to do something!
The group continued to meet and planned to kill Caesar.
We will kill him on the Ides (15th) of March!
They also convinced Julius' friend, Brutus, to join them. Brutus felt guilty and his conscience was tormenting him.
Caesar did not listen to his wife who was pleading him to stay. She had a dream that something bad was going to happen to him, but he still went to the meeting which was actually a trap to murder him.
Oh please don't go!
As predicted, Julius Caesar was killed. Once the public found out chaos and war broke out, and those who were a part of the murder had to flee. Brutus and Cassius try to fight against the opposing forces, but they get visions of Caesar and after losing Brutus ends up commiting suicide.