Flavius and Murellus are angered by workers who are rejoicing over Caesar's triumph over Pompey.
Caesar is warned to beware the ides of March by a soothsayer.
Cassius plots to persuade Brutus to join his plan.
Brutus decides Caesar must be killed.
Brutus persuades the conspirators to spare Antony's life.
Calpurnia begs Caesar to stay home because she has seen bad omens, but Decius persuades him to go to the Capital.
Portia agonizes over his husband's plan and sends someone to see what is happening.
Caesar refuses to read the warning letter from Artemidorus and insists on going to the Capital.
The conspirators join Caesar and stab him.
Brutus agrees that Antony may speak at Caesar's funeral.
Brutus and Cassius argue bitterly over several administrative matters but make up and decide how best to fight Antony and Octavius.
In his sleep, Brutus is confronted by the ghost of Caesar, who says he will see him in battle.
Antony and Octavius gladly see the army of Brutus and Cassius coming to meet them and swear to get revenge for Caesar's death.
Brutus takes his own life.
Antony and Octavius speak of Brutus as an honorable man and promise he will have a military funeral.