PRINCE "Three civil brawls, bred of airy word, by thee, old Capulet, and Montague." (Shakespeare 1.1.84
Act One Scene Two
SERVANT "That I will show you shining at this feast,And she shall scant show well, that now shows best." (Shakespeare 1.2.101).
Act One Sene Three
LADY CAPULET "How stands your disposition to be married?" (Shakespeare 1.3.67).
Two Capulet guards, Sampson and Gregory, are on a walk in Verona, Italy. They encounter men of the house of Montague and they have a fight. It then gets stopped by the prince. Additionally, Romeo and his cousin, Benvolio, have a brief conversation about Romeo's love life.
In Act 1 Scene 2, the theme was Romeo's loves, plans, and talents. Paris requests from Capulet to marry Juliet, but he tells him to wait at least two more years. Though, he tells Paris to go for her at the feast that he is going to have tonight (Rosaline is going). Romeo makes it his priority to sneak into the feast to see Rosaline.
In Act 1 Scene 2, Juliet, Lady Capulet, and the nurse all gathered in the same room. Marriage was discussed between Juliet and her mother for the majority time. A young man named Paris is in love with her so her mother asks her about being open to allowing Paris to love her.