Claudios and Heros Wedding day that ends in an catastrophe.
'Help to dress me, good cousin, good Margaret, good Ursula!' Quoted by Hero
'Come, Friar Francis, be brief; only to the plainform of marriage, and you shall recount theirparticular duties afterwards.' Leonato
'Give not this ROTTEN ORANGE to your friend!' Claudio
It was the morning of Hero's wedding day! Hero was talking to Beatrice about her dress, with Ursula and Margaret, her servants helping. Her dad Leonato and mother were talking in the background about Hero's wedding day.
Hero is ready and the wedding begins. Hero is both nervous and extremely excited, because she can't believe she is getting Married. Leonato is walking her down the isle. Hero walks up to get married where everyone was watching eagerly, little did she know that Claudio was going to stop the wedding!
Claudio gets angry about what he thought he saw of, Hero kissing another man when, it was actually Margaret kissing a man in front of the window, not knowing she was part of Don Johns plan. Hero is shocked and can't believe why Claudio is angry and not going to marry her. she is heartbroken! Beatrice, Heros mother, Beenedick and Leonato are shocked by this!
Claudio shouts at Leonato and ignores Hero as if she is an object to be tossed around not a real person. Beatrice is infuriated by this and stands up for Hero not questioning her if she had actually done the deed. The prince Don Pedro also shouts at Leonato as he saw the 'deed happen by Her' and backs Claudio up.
Claudio extremely angry leaves with Don John, and Don Pedro . He signals Benedick to join him. Leonato was swayed by Don Pedro and beleives Hero did the deed. Leonato starts shouting at Hero. Beatrice is still defending her.
Beatrice shows Leonato that Hero hasn't done the deed and the Friar comes up with a plan, knowing that Hero is innocent. His plan is to pretend Hero is dead by shock and to hide her away. they all agree and Hero is still gravely upset.