Acts 1 thru 3
In the fair streets of Verona, two noble families, the Montagues and Capulets, have a fight, only ending when the Prince steps in.
The next to fight is to be sentenced to death!
Romeo risks his life and climbs over to Juliet's yard, seeing her and they eventually talk about marriage the next day.
Tybalt and Mercuito fight in the streets, and Mercuito falls. Romeo gets aggravated and fights Tybalt, slaining him. The Prince decides to banish Romeo.
To find Juliet a husband, her parents throw a ball, hoping that she will fall for Paris, but she evidently doesn't...
This Montague shouldn't be here.
After careful arrangements, the two lovebirds are married in secret, with the Friar only agreeing because he thinks the marriage will save the feud between the two families.
Old Capulet urges Juliet to marry Paris. When she refuses, Capulet says he'll disown Juliet and won't care if she dies in the streets.
You disobedient wretch of a worthless girl!! I’ll tell you what: get yourself to church on Thursday or never again look me in the face.
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