Act VScene 1A street in Mantua.Romeo's servant, Balthasar, tells Romeo of Juliet's "death"; Romeo plans to die with Juliet by drinking poison that he buys from the Apothecary.
Juliet has died!
I must die along with Juliet. Wait, there's the Apothecary!
Get me horses to Verona!
Now Romeo doesn't know the plan and no one will be there for Juliet when she wakes up! I will have to get her from the tomb myself.
I wasn't able to deliver the letter to Romeo because I had to quarantine due to a plague outbreak.
Act VScene 2Friar Laurence's cell in Verona.Friar John tells Friar Laurence that the letter saying that Juliet didn't really die never reached Romeo.
You hurt my love Juliet...at least bury me next to her...
Act VScene 3The cemetery with the Capulet's tomb.Paris is at the cemetery with his Page to visit Juliet. Romeo comes as well; Paris and Romeo fight and Paris dies.
Oh Juliet, you look so beautiful. I must join you in death, so we can be together...
Act VScene 3The cemetery (Juliet's tomb).Romeo finds Juliet's tomb and admires how pretty she looks; he drinks the poison and dies.
Act VScene 3The cemetery.Friar L. and Balthasar find Paris and Romeo dead and the Friar goes to find a place for Juliet; Juliet awakens and kills herself after finding Romeo dead.
Romeo! I will join you in the afterlife!
Act VScene 3The cemetery.After everyone finds out about the tragic events, Friar L. tells the story of what led to Romeo and Juliet's deaths; The Prince says the Montague/Capulet feud was a big factor and now everyone has to pay the price of losing the young couple.
"Where be these enemies? Capulet, Montague,/ See what a scourge is laid upon your hate,/ That heaven finds means to kill your joys with love!" (lines 291-293).