Julius Caesar is very much a warrior and he thinks that he is above every one else and that he is more than an ordinary man. As a result he is very arrogant and takes very little notice of the people around him. As far as he is concerned, they are meaningless and not worth his time. He believes he is honourable but really is not. In a way he wants to be trusted and
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There should then be some very cheerful celebration music when the conspirators cry about in the streets that Caesar is dead. The music will stop for the next part. When Mark Antony’s soliloquy begins everything will be dark except one spotlight on Mark Antony and music starting quietly and then when he has finished speaking it is brought to a loud finish. Then all will go dark for the beginning of the next scene.