Romeo & Juliet

Romeo & Juliet
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  • A Visual Interpretation of William Shakespeare's notorious play, created by Dylan Morris 
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  • As the story begins, the Capulets and Montagues are at odds yet again... 
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  • As the Prince, I declare that the feud between Montague and Capulet must end! Anyone who disrupts peace will be put to death! 
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  • It's hard to be happy when my dear Rosaline is not mine!  Not even Cupid's arrow could win me her love 
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  • Benvolio, without Rosalina, I can simply never be happy! 
  • Romeo, my dear cousin, there are many more girls out there for you! Now come with me 
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  • Meanwhile, the young Capulet, Juliet, is being pursued by Paris on the other side of town... 
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  • Romeo! That servant back there has the invitations for the Capulet feast. We must attend! 
  • Maybe my dear Rosaline will be there! 
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  • After securing an invitation to the feast, Romeo and Benvolio prepare for the feast... Meanwhile, on the other side of town, Juliet also prepares for the feast... 
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  • Dearest Juliet, will you be marrying young Paris? 
  • Oh Mom! If I fall in love with him I will consider it. 
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  • I just want to see my sweet Rosaline! 
  • We've arrived at The Capulet house! I hope you two are ready to have some fun. No funny business tonight! 
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  • What did I tell you Romeo, this is some party, right?! 
  • Who is THAT?! 
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  • Romeo had locked eyes on his new love, Juliet, unaware that she was in fact a Capulet.  After being spotted and nearly kicked out and attacked, Romeo and Juliet meet and fall for each other instantly.
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  • Juliet, I'm already madly in love with you! I must make you my wife! 
  • Oh Romeo, I'm so thankful I met you! I'm afraid I already love you! 
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  • Friar Lawrence, thank you for meeting me on short notice.  I need you to marry me and my sweet Juliet. Our love is forbidden and must be kept secret! 
  • Romeo, for you I will grant this request. Come back tomorrow with Juliet. 
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  • You may now kiss the bride! 
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  • The young couple has been married in secrecy, taking their forbidden relationship to the next level! However, conflict isn't far away... 
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  • Romeo, you must pay for  coming to a Capulet feast uninvited! I challenge you to a duel! 
  • I... I... Can't! 
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  • I, Mercutio, will defend you Romeo 
  • A fight between Mercutio and Tybalt breaks out, leaving Mercutio dead which leads Romeo to killing the Capulet, Tybalt. 
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  • I can not believe my dear Romeo has slain my kinsmen. This is terrible, yet, my love for Romeo is still so strong.
  • Juliet, have you heard? Romeo has killed Tybalt! 
  • Later that night... 
  • Oh Romeo, no matter how upset I am, my heart is yours 
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  • Juliet, your parents have planned for you to marry Paris. You should forget about Romeo, Paris is a better fit anyways! 
  • Nurse, I'm already married to Romeo. He is my one true love, I must find a way out of this situation.
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  • Friar Lawrence, please help me. I've got to find a way to get out of this wedding. 
  • Rest assured, Juliet. Take this potion and it will make you appear dead momentarily. Then, you and Romeo can sneak away together. 
  • After drinking this potion, I'll awake without anything standing between my true love, Romeo, and I 
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  • My dear Juliet, you have gone too soon. I will drink this potion and end my life, as i could never live without you 
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  • Romeo? Sweet Romeo?! What have you done?! If you no longer live, neither will I *Commits suicide* 
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  •  The story of Romeo and Juliet ends tragically  with the death of both of the young lovers.  Their love for each other had burned with such intensity that family rivalries did little to keep them apart. Romeo and Juliet will forever serve as a lesson for young love. What burns with intensity in youth can fade as quickly as it ignites.  Suicide is a permanent choose to deal with temporary problems.  Life tends to seem the most grim  before it is the brightest! Choose life. Seek help. Lets save the tragic story of lovers for Shakespeare! 
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