Two equal families, the Capulets and the Montagues, lived in beautiful Verona.The families have a feud that's been going on awhile. The Capulets beautiful daughter falls in love with the young Montague. Their parents hatred for each other keeps them apart, well partially. The death of the two kids end the families feud.
Romeo shows his love for Rosaline; normal conversations in Montague and Capulet families; Mercutio makes fun of Romeo because of Rosaline's intent to never marry. Catastrophe: Romeo drinks the poison and dies. Juliet wakes up, finds Romeo dead, and kills herself with a dagger when the Friar is not looking.
The series of incidents that generate suspense and interest occuring after the exposition with its introduction of characters and situation. These incidents follow the exciting force, and they create he tensions which lead to the climax in Act III involving Mercutio, Romeo, and Tybalt that results in Mercutio's and Tybalt's deaths.
Tybalt kills Mercutio while fighting in the streets. Romeo is furious and kills Tybalt. Romeo is then banished from Verona and has to hide in Mantua.
The end of Act 5, scene 3, when the Prince and the parents discover the bodies of Romeo and Juliet, and agree to put aside their fued in the interest of peace.
When the families find their dead bodies, Escalus explains that their deaths are a result of the family feud, leaving members of both sides to feel guilty.