Two families, the Montagues and the Capulets, are arguing in their home town, Verona.
Secretly, Romeo and his friends attended a masque ball that the Capulet's were attending. During the ball, Romeo bumped into Juliet and they fell deeply in love.
After a while, Juliet and Romeo secretly got married by Friar Lawrence behind their parent's back.
A man named Tybalt, Juliet's cousin, found out that Romeo and his friends attended the ball that night and challenged Romeo to a duel. Romeo denies, but his friend, Merutico, accepts. Merutico gets killed during the duel, fueling up Romeo's anger. Out of rage and vengeance for his friend, Romeo kills Tybalt and leaves.
Romeo was then banished from Verona because he murdered Tybalt. Juliet is married to Romeo, but her father wants her to marry Paris, not knowing she's already married. Juliet takes a drug to make herself seem dead. Friar Lawrence calls Romeo for help.
Romeo sees Juliet "dead" and decides to kill Friar, before killing himself. Juliet wakes to her husband dead, which causes her to kill herself. Thus ending the tragedy.