By Mya Gosling
OK, Caesar has been assassinated, speeches have been made, the citizens of Rome have been riled, the conspirators have run away, and poets have been dismembered. Let’s see how Antony and his new buddies Octavius and the other guy are doing…
This is Lepidus’s only appearance in Julius Caesar. He gets a little more stage time in Antony & Cleopatra, but the glaring fact of the matter is that nobody really cares about Lepidus, despite him ostensibly being one third of the Second Triumvirate.
Poor old Lepidus.