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Act I: Julius Caesar enters Rome after winning the war. Citizens are cheering in excitement. He just defeated Pompey and came home from the war. The citizens want him to be king. Unknowingly to Caesar, some of the Roman citizens do not agree with the thought of giving him the crown and letting him rule Rome.
Act II: The conspirators begin to gather and plan to overthrow Caesar. They continue to try to get Brutus to join the conspiracy and to kill Caesar. After days of persuading and some tricks up their sleeve they finally got Brutus on their side. They plan to kill Caesar on the Ides of March.
Act III: Caesar's wife wakes up and begs him to not leave the house. Her dream was of Caesar being turned into a statue and blood rushing out of his pores and the citizen's were happily bathing in his blood. The conspirators tell him that she's misinterpreting the dream and that it signifies how Rome will be bathing in the riches that he will bring eith
Caesar cried out in pain as the people he thought were friends, but were truly enemies, stab him brutally to death.
Act III: Caesar and the conspirators go to the senate. One man tries to give Caesar a letter to inform him of the conspiracy against him but Caesar shrugs it off and says that his letter was not as important as the problems of his dear "friends". As soon as the conspirators get close enough they begin to stab him.
Act IV: Casca is on his way to Brutus's camp to deliberate over the funds for his army. They begin to argue over whether or not Casca brought the money for Brutus. Casca did not bring the money for Brutus.
Act V: The armies of Brutus and Casca have to fight the armies of Antony and Octavius (the other conspirators). They do not win in either match and Casca and Brutus kill themselves before being captured.