Romeo and Juliet Story Board

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  • I do bite my thumb, sir!
  • Exposition
  • You bite your thumb at me , sir?
  • Rising Action
  • Climax
  • In Act 1 Scene 5, there is a skirmish between the Capulet boys and the Montague boys, that lead to a big brawl. The only way to bring the two families together was to throw a masquerade ball.
  • Falling Action
  • Oh, nooo!
  • The masquerade ball was throw by the Capulet, to unite them with the Montague. Romeo goes to the ball to see Roseline, but instead found Juliet that opened his heart. After Romeo and Juliet find out that they are from different families, Romeo leaves the ball and meets Juliet at her balcony.
  • Resolution
  • I love you Romeo!!
  • After Romeo and Juliet get married, Tybalt goes to talk to Romeo and fights him, but in the process Tybalt ends of killing Mercutio. In rage, Romeo goes and kills Tybalt to avenge Mercutio's death.
  • Free
  • Romeo gets banished from the city of Verona for killing Tybalt and Juliet's dad wants her to marry Paris. Since Juliet doesn't want to marry Paris, she fakes her death by drinking a sleeping potion that was given by Friar Laurence.
  • Romeo comes back to Verona to see Juliet in her deathbed and decides to kill himself by drinking a poison drug, so that he could be with Juliet. Juliet woke up from the potion when Romeo drank the poison drug. Juliet then decides to kill herself to by stabbing herself with Romeo's knife, so that they could be together in the afterlife.
  • Some where else in the world, pass death, is Romeo and Juliet begin together forever and controlling their own city. Starting a new life together with out no boundaries holding them back.
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