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"Julius Caesar Act 1 Scene 2" by Bill Schott

Act 1, Scene 2 of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar as performed by characters of my creation.

Pons as Caesar

Ned as Soothsayer

Jiffy as Brutus

Pallas as Cassius

Matt as Casca

Pons: Calpurnia!
Hey, isn't Calpurnia the name of the housekeeper in To Kill a Mockingbird?

BILL: Cut! Okay, Pons. You'll need to stay in character and stick to the script.

Pons: Okay, Bill. Sorry. Calpurnia!

Matt:. Peace, you ho! Caesar speaks.

It's Peace Ho, Matt. Casca says Peace Ho. It means be silent.

Matt:  Right. Sorry. 

BILL: Let's continue.


BILL:  (Using a high voice)  Here, my lord.

PonsStand in Antony's way when he rides by here on his horse.


No, Ned.  Your character is the Soothsayer.  You're the Soothsayer. You say -- Caesar.

NedGotcha, Boss.

Pons: Ha! who calls?

It was me, Pons. 

BILLNo, Ned. Pons is saying Caesar's line. 

Ned: Ain't he askin' who's callin' his name?

BILLUhh. Let's just go on.

PonsWho is it in the press that calls on me? Caesar is turn'd to hear.

NedLook out fer March, Seizure.  

Ahh, I --

PonsWhat man is that?

It's this guy Ned.

BILLWow!  Hey, fellas. Let's call it lunch and come back when we all have a better grasp of what the hell we're doing.

NedAin't we doin' Julie S. Seizure? 

Jiffy: Well, we are, nut case.

Ned: Name's Ned there, Jeffrey.


What was I thinking? 

To be continued...

Author Notes
The scene is where the Soothsayer tells Caesar to beware the Ides of March. Can you believe it?
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