In William Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet, is a tragic play where a boy and girl from opposing enemy families fall in love. But fate has played a huge roll in this play. Fate is an idea that your future is already set, it is being controlled by a greater force or being. […]
Balthazar thinks that Juliet is dead and tells Romeo. Then Balthazar tells Romeo. Romeo gets sad and breaks into Verona. He pays for an illegal poison to kill himself next to Juliet. Then he breaks into the Church. Paris try’s to stop him. Romeo said, “do not tempt a broken man”. But they fight. Then […]
She drinks the potion. The Nurse thinks that she is dead. After that the rest of the family come in including Paris and the servent. Then Friar Lawrence comes in and makes sure that Juliet goes to the church.
Juliet says sorry to her father. She agrees to marry Paris. But she fakes her death in an attempt to go away with Romeo. “Love give me strength, and strength shall help afford. Farewell dare father.” Then she drinks the potion and falls asleep.
She goes to Friar for advice. He tells her to drink a potion for her to act like she is dead. Then her parents will think she is dead. Then Romeo will meet her at her Tomb and Friar. Then they can go live together happily ever after.
Tuesday morning at the Capulets house. Juliet and Romeo talk, nurse comes in. Romeo leaves. They talk for a bit longer. Capulet comes in. He starts talking about who Juliet is going to marry. He wants her to mary Paris. She retaliates. He says that she can go and do what she wants to do […]
late monday evening at Capulets house. Capulet, his wife and paris. Capulet talks to paris about getting married to Juliet. They decide on the time and when its going to happen. End of scene.