Romeo and Juliet Act IV


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  • Paris Talks to the Friar
  • The Friar is concerned about Juliet's marriage to Paris in which Paris says it was all due to Lord Capulet. Paris is also worried for Juliet, who he thinks is emotionally unstable due to the death of Tybalt and wishes she stop mourning for him so she can be happy.
  • Tybalt's death has made Juliet unbalanced.
  • Sorry to hear that man.
  • Juliet Seeks Help from the Friar
  • Juliet does not want to marry Paris and will literally kill herself if she does. So she goes to Friar Lawrence for help in which he proposes that the night before her marriage she should drink a sleeping potion and pretend to be dead. This will make her able to be rested in a tomb and later be reunited with Romeo. Juliet agrees to this plan.
  • I'll kill myself if I marry Paris!!!
  • Don't be crazy. Take this.
  • Juliet "Agrees" to Marry Paris
  • Juliet continues with the Friar's plan back home and asks her parents to please forgive her past disobedience and that she'll marry Paris now. Her parents are delighted to hear her say this especially Capulet, who moves Juliet's wedding day to tomorrow. Everyone then plans and prepares for the big day.
  • GRRREAT!!!
  • Sorry for everything earlier. I'll marry Paris now.
  • Juliet Drinks the Potion
  • Juliet asks everyone to leave her to rest alone that night. She then brings out the sleeping potion that the Friar gave her, but hesitates to drink it. She starts to wonder and doubt if the Friar's plan will work out and even starts to see visions of Tybalt's ghost, who is looking for Romeo. She later finally decides to drink the potion in order for Tybalt's ghost to stop his wandering.
  • For Romeo!
  • The Plan Succeeds
  • The next day, the Nurse, Capulets, and Paris find Juliet "dead" and mourn for her. Paris is saddened by this event and talks about how much he truly loved her. The Friar then says that Juliet is gone to a better place and tells everyone to prepare for a funeral.
  • What a shame.
  • Peter and the Musicians
  • Peter, a Capulet servant, asks the musicians of the cancelled wedding to play him some happy music to cheer him up from Juliet's death. The musicians reply no because they find that it would be very wrong to do so. Peter then gets angry at them, shouts insults, and leaves. The musicians wait for the Capulets in hope that they will be fed lunch.
  • Play me my music!!!
  • ???
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