TJC Act 2

TJC Act 2
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  • Caesar hasn't done anything to me personally... but it would be so easy for him to become corrupt.
  • Julius! I had a terrible dream last night that you died! Don't go to work today!
  • I also need to consider what the citizens of Rome want.  Their letters say that they want me to be king. 
  • Let's kill Julius Caesar! But we will not swear an oath. 
  • What we are about to do is noble. Let us be sacrificers, but not butchers. 
  • You cut yourself! What did I do to deserve you?!
  • Brutus, you married me. You've got to trust me with your secrets!
  • What is up with Calpurnia. I couldn't sleep a wink last night because of her!
  • Act 2 Scene 1: Brutus' house At home, Brutus tries to decide what to do.  Because of his family history, he feels obligated to stand up to dictators. 
  • Okay, baby. Only for you!
  • Act 2 Scene 1: Brutus' house As Brutus comes to a decision, Cassius and the other conspirators stop by. They make their plans for how and when to kill Julius Caesar. 
  • Calpurnia is mistaken about the dreams. And besides, they're honoring you with a crown!
  • I dreamed your statue was spouting blood and Romans dipped their hands in your blood and it was horrible & scary!
  • They're honoring me?! Let's go!
  • Act 2 Scene 1: Brutus' house Brutus' wife, Portia, worries about Brutus. She convinces him to tell her what's going on by cutting herself. 
  • I"m so nervous! Should I send someone to go check on Brutus?!
  • Dear Caesar, beware of Brutus. Trust not Cassius. Decius is not your friend.
  • Act 2 Scene 2: Caesar's house Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, is worried about Caesar. She convinces him to blame her for staying home for the day. 
  • Act 2 Scene 2: Caesar's house One of the conspirators, Decius, stops by and convinces Caesar to go to the Senate House. 
  • Act 2 Scenes 3 & 4: The streets of Rome Portia frets about how the assassination is going. Meanwhile a friend of Caesar's, Artemidorus, writes a note warning Caesar of the plot against him. 
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