One night, Romeo decided to attend a Capulet party. Here, he comes across a beautiful woman named Juliet who he immediately falls in love with.
Romeo and Juliet share a secret kiss during the party. Soon after, they find out who they really are and that they are sworn enemies.
After the party, Romeo causes trouble and is banished to Mantua and told to never return to Verona again. Juliet, unaware of this news, prepares to marry Romeo. Friar Lawrence suggests a plan that Romeo and Juliet should spent the night together, then escape.
Juliet's father notices her distress and tells her that she will Marry Paris as soon as possible in an attempt to cheer her up
Friar Lawrence hears the news and gives Juliet a potion to drink that will make her appear dead for 42 hours. He promised that he would send a messenger to tell Romeo and he would come to get her from the Capulet vault and they could live a secret life together.
Juliet drinks the potion and is believed to be dead. Friar Lawrence's messenger did not reach Romeo and he truly believed that Juliet has died.
Romeo was so torn by Juliet's death that he decided to commit suicide by drinking poison to join Juliet in death.
Their families were so distraught by the death of their children that they forgave each other and continued to live their lives in harmony.
So torn by Romeo's death, Juliet decided to commit suicide by stabbing herself with Romeo's dagger.