Antony then brings out Caesar's will and then tells the citizens that he should not read it. The citizens beg Antony to read the will, and Antony replies saying he's been speaking too long. The citizens then call Brutus and the other conspirators traitors and demand Antony to read the will.
Act 3, Scene 2 Slide #10
Antony goes down towards the crowd with Caesar's body. He points out the wounds from each of the conspirators. Antony says how viciously Brutus and the conspirators killed him.
Act 3, Scene 2 Slide #11
Antony takes off the cover and all the citizens see Caesar's dead body. The citizens are now angry because of how he was murdered,
Act 3, Scene 2 Slide #12
Antony now reads the will; Caesar has a sum of money and will give it to every citizen in Rome. The citizens will also be allowed to have access to Caesar's private gardens and parks.
You all will have access to Caesar's parks and gardens.
The citizens take off and create chaos throughout the city.
Antony walks through the city and watches all the chaos he created.