Romeo and Juliet Act 3, Scene 1 - Part 1

Updated: 3/30/2021
Romeo and Juliet Act 3, Scene 1 - Part 1

Storyboard Text

  • Tybalt enters with his followers
  • Just a word? Why not make it a word and a blow?
  • I will be ready for that, sir, if you give me an excuse.
  • Hello. May I have a word with one of you?
  • Tybalt asks about Romeo
  • Can't you take an excuse, instead of me giving you one?
  • Consort? Do you think we're minstrels? If you do, you'll only hear discords from us!
  • You consort with Romeo.
  • Mercutio wants to fight with Tybalt
  • Here is my fiddle-stick, it shall make you dance. Consort, you say!
  • We're talking in public! Let's either got to a private place, or depart. All eyes are on us here.
  • Benvolio warns Mercutio and Tybalt
  • Men's eyes were made to look. Let them gaze; I will not budge for man's pleasure.
  • Romeo enters
  • Well, peace be with you, sir; here comes my man.
  • Romeo says he can't fight Tybalt
  • I wonder what the reason is.
  • Tybalt, I have reason to love you and that prevents my anger. I am no villian. Farewell, I see that you do not know me.
  • Romeo, I can't call you anything nicer than this: you are a villian.
  • Boy, that shall not excuse the injuries. So, turn and draw your sword.