Romeo and Juliet


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  • The Capulet and Montague servents start fighting. Prince Esculas is furious and threatens death to the next person who starts a fight.
  • "If you ever cause a disturbance on our streets again, you’ll pay for it with your lives" (I.i.83-84).
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  • A capulet servant needs help reading the invites off the list for Capulet's party. Romeo and Benvolio agree to go.
  • (to ROMEO) "Come on, man. You can put out one fire by starting another. A new pain will make the one you already have seem less" (I.ii.45-47).
  • I’ll go with you" (I.ii.102).
  • "Give me a torch. I don’t want to dance. I feel sad, so let me be the one who carries the light"(I.iv.11-12).
  • "I love rich Capulet’s daughter. I love her, and she loves me. We’re bound to each other in every possible way, except we need you to marry us" (II.iii.57-59).
  • Romeo is heartbroken over Rosaline and Benivolio is telling him to chear up at the Capulet party.
  • Dance Romeo!
  • Romeo and Juliet meet, fall in love, and kiss.
  • Romeo sneaks to Juliet's house and they confess their love and talk about marriage.
  • "I trust your words. Just call me your love, and I will take a new name. From now on I will never be Romeo again" (II.i.49-51).
  • Romeo goes to Friar Lawrence to ask him to marry Juliet and him.
  • "I’ll help you with your secret wedding. This marriage may be lucky enough to turn the hatred between your families into pure love" (II.iii. 89-92).
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