In Act l: Sc 2 The suthsayer warns ceaser about the ides of march. This is the first warning from the soothsayer. Brutus is with him in this scene. This is important because it is the begining of the conflict. (l:ii:18) "beware the ides of march".
Act lV: Sc 1
" Your brother must die; Consent you, Lepidus?"
" i do consent"
There wasnt much to Act ll: Sc 3. The most important part of Scene 3 is when Artemidorus is telling ceaser to watch out for the people around him. In Act ll: Sc 3 the story states "Ceaser, Beware of brutus". ( Act ll: Sc 3: in lines 5).To me that is the most important because brutus is a sneaky person , he is fake
Act V: Sc 2
Go Go Go
Act lll: Sc 1 there are a few key parts. The most important part is when the conspiritors kill ceaser. They stab him to death and then bath there hands in his blood. Before ceaser died he says to brutus " Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Ceaser!". ( Act lll: Sc 1: in lines 75-79).
Act lV: Sc 1 there was a part of the story that put me down. When Antony, Octavious and Lepidus are talking in the very beggining of the act. Antony says " These men shall die; their names are pricked". Then Octavious says " Your brother too must die; consent you, Lepidus. Finally Lepidus says "I do consent" (Act lV: Sc 1 in lines 1-4)
"These many then shall die; their names are pricked"
Act V: Sc 2 is a short scene but brutus is the only one in the scene. Brutus says " Ride, ride, Messala, ride, and give thse bills". ( Act V: Sc 2 in lines 1-2). Brutus is obviously sending someone to do his dirty work. I dont like brutus ever since he killed ceaser.
There are many themes that i could pick from. One theme i pick is keep your friends close and your enimies closer. The reason why i say that is because you never know when someone will turn on you. It could be your closer friends so just watch out.