"The fault, dear brutus, is not in our stars, But in ourselves, that we are underlings."
When Julius Caesar, the great Roman politician, returns after defeating the sons of his arch-rival, there is a celebration to mark his victory. But when it appears that he is a threat to the republic and might rise to power, the senators of Rome, including his loving friend Brutus, contrive a plan to murder him.
Julius Caesar is stabbed to death at the Senate.
But do the conspirators succeed in keeping Rome a republic?
A tragedy resulting from the divided mind and inner struggles of a man, Julius Caesar is one of Shakespeares finest tragedies. This political drama has been adapted into films and continues to be staged time and again.