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Romeo and Juliet
by andrada nae
The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet
By William Shakespeare
The Montague and the Capulets start a brawl. Benvolio tries to stop them but Tybalt joins in.
At the ball, Romeo and Juliet meet and kiss. Tybalt sees Romeo and wants to fight him. Capulet stops Tybalt.
The prince arrives and worn that anyone caught fighting will be punished with death.
Romeo and Benvolio plan to gate crush the Capulet Ball.
Later Romeo climbs into the Orchard and up Juliet's balcony. They decide to get married the next day.
Romeo and Juliet are married in secret by Friar Lawrence.
Later that day Tybalt challenges Romeo to fight. Romeo refuses so Mrtcutio steps in and fights Tybalt instead. Tybalt kills Mercutio.
The Montagues and the Capulets agree to stop fighting.
Romeo then kills Tybalt. The prince banishes Romeo to Mantua.
Romeo takes poison and dies. Juliet wakes up and sees Romeo dead, she stabs herself with Romeo's dagger.
Romeo goes to see Juliet before going to Mantua. Juliet is told she has to marry Paris.
Juliet decides to fake her death with a sleeping drug. Romeo hears Juliet had died and goes to see her, missing a message telling him she is faking it.
Lord Montague: Romeo's father
Lady Montague: Romeo's mother
Mercutio: Romeo's friend
Benvolio: Romeo's cousin
Friar Lawrence: friend to both Romeo and Juliet
Prince Escalus: The prince of Verona
Balthasar: Romeo's dedicated servant
Abram: Montague's servant
Lady Capulet: Juliet's mother
Lord Capulet: Juliet's father
Tybalt: Juliet's cousin
Paris: a kingsman of the prince; Juliet's suitor