After the party, Romeo ran away from Benvolio and Mercutio. Mercutio tried to tease Romeo to make him come out, but he didn't. Benvolio gets tired and they leave.
Benvolio! Have you seen Romeo? He probably ran away to seek his lover!
Yes, he had jumped over the orchard wall! Do not call out to him. If he hears you, you'll make him angry.
Romeo stands below Juliet's balcony and proclaims his love to her. Juliet returns his feelings of love. They plan to get married and Juliet will send a messenger to confirm their marriage the next day.
But soft! What light through yonder window breaks? It is the east, and Juliet is the sun...
Wherefore art thou Romeo? Refuse not to be a Montague! 'Tis but thy name that is my enemy. Thou art thyself, though not a Montague.
Romeo meets with Friar Lawrence to seek help to marry Juliet that day. Although skeptical, Lawrence agrees, hoping it will end the long-lasting rivalry between the families.
How quickly you have moved on from Rosaline! Your anguish from her has already been done with? I will help you. This marriage may be a good thing to end the hatred of your two families.
Juliet and I love each other dearly! We are bound to be together! Is there anyway you can marry us today?
Tybalt wanted to challenge Romeo to a duel, while Benvolio and Mercutio tease at Romeo. Alone, Romeo asks the Nurse to tell Juliet to meet with Friar Lawrence to be married.
It looks like Romeo is so weak and pitiful, and he isn't with his woman yet. Juliet is so fine, I'm sure there are better men to woo her.
Tell Juliet that the marriage will be held at the Friar Laurence's cell at two this afternoon, dear Nurse.
Oh my sweet nurse! What news do you have for me?
Juliet began to worry about the message Romeo was to send. After the Nurse arrived, she teased Juliet but delivered Romeo's message.
Romeo as said that the marriage will be held at Friar Laurence's cell! He will be waiting there to be wedded to you! Quickly hurry over!
Romeo and Juliet married at the Friar Laurence's cell.