Romeo and Juliet Act IV: Scene 1 - Friar Lawrence's Cell
Romeo and Juliet Act IV: Scene 2 - The Kitchens
Romeo and Juliet Act 4: Scene 3 - Juliet's Bedroom
The first scene of Act IV is important because it explains that Juliet is seeking Friar Lawrence's guidance to form a plan to avoid getting married to Paris and escape with Romeo in the beginning of the Act.
Romeo and Juliet Act IV: Scene 3 - Juliet's Bedroom
The second scene of Act IV is important because it explains what is currently happening elsewhere while Juliet is confronting Friar Lawrence. In this example, Lord Capulet is checking up on the wedding preparations to see if everything is in order.
Romeo and Juliet Act Iv: Scene 5- Juliet's Bedroom
The third scene of Act IV is important as well because the reader learns that Juliet is carrying out the Friar's plan to escape her arranged marriage to Paris and escape with Romeo.
Act IV: Scene 5 - Juliet's Bedr
This scene is important because Juliet is starting to have doubts about the Friar's plan, the contents of the vial, and what will happen when she wakes up in Tybalt's tomb. This shows Juliet's variety of emotions and concerns, giving the reader some characterization about her.
This scene is important because everyone discovers that Juliet has "died" and they will now be enacting a hasty funeral instead of a wedding; setting Friar Lawrence's plan further.
This scene is important because it provides the audience with some comic relief in order to escape the intense drama of the main play.