Act IV, Scene IV and V
Group 7- Michaela Doiron, Cassidy Corkern, and Connor Flowers
Come on everybody WAKE UP! This wedding needs to be perfect!
Paris and Juliet Wedding Today!
WHERE ARE THE SPICES?!
Logs!... Spices!... Juliet!...Wedding!
I'm sorry. We just want this to be perfect.
What do you mean ma'am? We don't understand what you are saying.
Where is Juliet?! Can you please go wake her Nurse?
Yes sir, I will go do that right now.
Paris is almost to the Capulet house and is ready for the wedding.
Act IV, Scene IV: Nurse, Lady Capulet, and Lord Capulet were preparing for the wedding. Lady and Lord Capulet wanted this to be a great wedding and are stressing over it.
Wake up, Juliet, you may miss your own wedding.
The servingmen went to prepare the baked meats among other things, but because the king and queen are so flustered, the servingmen doesn't understand what they are saying.
After all the craziness, Lord Capulet finally told Nurse to go wake up Juliet and get her dressed. Meanwhile, Paris is almost to the Capulet house, prepared for the wedding.
No, we will not. This is not the time to play that. This is a time of mourning not rejoicing.
Please play "Hearts of Ease' it will only make me feel better.
Act IV, Scene V: Nurse entered Juliet's room, attempting to wake up Juliet by yelling different ways of saying, "Get up and get ready for your wedding!"
When Juliet doesn't answer after 5 minutes of screaming, Nurse goes to her bed. When she approached, she realized that Juliet was dead! As people began to get worried, they entered the room confused on why Juliet wasn't ready. The room became filled with Lord and Lady Capulet, Paris, the musicians, Friar Lawrence, and Nurse.
When they all hear the news, they mourning her loss. They began to think how they needed to change everything from wedding to funeral. Once there is only Paris and the musicians left, Peter requests that they play "Heart's Ease". The musicians will not play that tune because it will only insult the moment. Instead, they ponder the lyrics. Finally, Paris exits and the musicians wait for the mourners.