Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet
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  • Twas the story of Juliet Capulet. Her husband Romeo has been recently banished for killing her cousin and her parents are arranging a marriage for her. Juliet's parents do not know about the secret marriage of their daughter and Romeo. Desperate to not marry again, Juliet runs to her most trusted for aid.
  • Come weep with me, past hope, past cure, past help!
  • Juliet
  • Friar Lawrence
  • Friar Lawrence produces a suitable solution for Juliet. She will be given a potion that gives her a deathly appearance for 42 hours. In this time her parents will label her dead and bury her. Prior to her awakening the Friar will open her coffin ready for her to wake up. Once awake, the Friar will take Juliet away so that she can live happily ever after with Romeo.
  • Consenting to the Friar's plan, Juliet tells her parents that she will marry Paris, as planned. Both of her parents are happy that she accepts the marriage.
  • Capulet
  • Lady Capulet
  • That night, when Juliet is finally alone, she is finally ready to take the potion. She thinks about what would happen if the potion did't work. She would have to marry Paris and be unfaithful to her husband Romeo. But what if the potion is poison and she actually ends up dying? Oh how Romeo would miss her. Nonetheless Juliet drinks the potion, and goes to sleep hoping she'll wake up in 42 hours time.
  • Romeo, I drink to thee.
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  • The next morning Juliet is found by her Nurse. The entire Capulet estate panics when they learn about the death of their beloved Juliet. The Friar arrives to support the grieving house, while making sure that Juliet is stored away safely.
  • Oh Woe! My lady is dead!
  • In distress, Capulet orders all of his preparations for the wedding to be used for a funeral. The funeral of his daughter that he loves most dearly. Little did he know of the deception his daughter was playing at...
  • My child is dead, and with my child my joy are buried
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