Then she is well, and nothing can be ill: her body sleeps in Capels' monument and her immoral part with angel lives
My poverty, but not my will consents.
I pay thy poverty, and not thy will.
Who bare my letter, then, to Romeo?
I could not send it, - here it is again.
1. BALTHASAR TELLING THE WRONG NEWS TO ROMEO Balthasar arrives on a street in Mantua. He goes to Romeo and Romeo is extremely eager to find out how Juliet is doing. Balthasar tells him that Juliet is dead and that she is in the Capulet's tomb. Romeo is obviously devestated about this and will kill himself.
2. ROMEO AND THE APOTHECARY Romeo offers a poor apothecary money for poison so that he can kill himself to be with Juliet in the afterlife (if there is one). He offers forty ducats. The apothecary does not want to give Romeo the poison, however his poverty makes him accept the offer.
FRIAR LAWRENCE AND FRIAR JOHN Friar John comes back from Mantua. Friar Lawrence asks what Romeo said about the letter but is shocked when he finds out that Romeo has not gotten the letter due to the health officials of Mantua sealing up the doors due to infection the plague. Friar Lawrence plans to write again to Mantua.
Some shall be pardon'd, and some punished: for never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo
4. ROMEO AND PARIS FIGHT Paris finds Romeo at Juliet's tomb and thinks that Romeo is trying to do a villainous act of shame to Juliet's dead body. He tries to arrest him but Romeo refuses and therefore, they fight. Romeo wins the fight and Paris dies. His final wish is to be laid in the monument.
5. ROMEO AND JULIET DEATH Romeo drinks the poison and dies after killing Paris. Friar Lawrence arrives to Juliet's tomb and finds Paris and Romeo lying on the floor dead. She then grabs the dagger and kills herself because she cannot imagine a life without her love, Romeo.
6. DEATH OF LADY MONTAGUE/STORY OF ROMEO AND JULIET We then find out than Lady Montague died from sadness that Romeo was banished from Verona. Montague and Capulet (alongside their family) find out that their child is dead and mourn over them. They end the feud between the two families and say that they will raise statues of Juliet and Romeo. The prince ends the romantic tragedy by saying there was never a story of such woe than of Juliet and Romeo.