The prologue explains how two ill fated lovers die because of a long bitter feud between their families. After the prologue the scene is set on a street in Verona where members from the two families, the Montagues and the Capulets, have a fight and are warned that the next fight will result in punishment by death by Prince Escalus. Romeo enters the story with his cousin Benvolio and they talk about Romeo being in love with Rosaline. Mean while, at the Capulet home, Paris asks approval to marry Juliet. The Capulets then arranged a party for Paris and Juliet to meet.
Nurse responds for Juliet with something that Lady Capulet wanted to hear. Scene 4 Act 1:Romeo, Benvolio, Mercutio, and other members of the Montague house go to the Capulet feast. They are all wearing masks to hide their identity. They talk it over and decide to stay for one dance. Because Romeo is still in love with Rosaline, Mercutio teases him about being a hopeless lover.
Romeo then murders Tybalt, causing him to be banished to Mantua, never to see Juliet again. Juliet’s father then forces her to marry Paris. The end of the play then begins, in which Friar Lawrence comes up with a plan to reconnect the two lovers and cancel the marriage. The plan consists of Juliet taking a potion that makes her seem dead for forty two hours. Then, when Juliet is in her casket, Romeo will sneak in and take Juliet with him to Mantua.
In the fight Mercutio, a friend of the Capulets is killed. Romeo is angry and fights with Tybalt, Tybalt falls. The whole play is based around the fight; there is no way now that Romeo can ever live with Juliet. Juliet's mother wants him dead "For blood of ours, shed blood of Montague". In Act1 Scene5, Romeo meets Juliet for the first time.
Benvolio tries to cheer Romeo up, he tells him they shall go to the Capulets party in disguise. Meanwhile Juliet’s parents want her to marry Paris. Shakespeare is setting up our expectations. We expect love and conflict to be present at the party. Act one scene five is a climax to the first act, and provides a dramatic link to the rest of the play, leads to marriage and the balcony scene.
Because of the death of her father Ophelia (Polonius daughter) goes insane and later kills herself. Because Gonerils plan didnt work, she kills herself. At the end there is a duel between Edgar and Edmund, where Edgar kills his bastard brother. At the end of HAMLET there is a duel between Hamlet and Polonius son, where Hamlet wins but in
The pair of star crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet were destined to end in tragedy. The events that led to their tragic end included, Romeo being invited to the Capulet party where Romeo and Juliet first meet, Romeo murdering Tybalt, and the letter not arriving to warn Romeo of Juliet’s fake death. Fate led Romeo and Juliet to their deaths and there was nothing the pair could do about
Romeo then gets into a rage and pulls out his sword and kills Tybalt. After the scene, Romeo flees from the bloody battle scene. The Prince Escalus arrives the murder scene and he declares to banish Romeo from Verona for life. The nurse tells Juliet about the tragedy between Tybalt and Romeo. Juliet can’t believe it and she realizes that Tybalt wanted to murder her husband.
Also at the beginning they left out the servants because when the party starts you can see in the film that they are getting ready because they are putting up decorations and getting dressed. The written play gives us the idea that a party is taking place at the beginning of the scene. We know this because the servants are getting the room ready quickly and the guests are waiting on the side to begin the partying. The film is very different to the play in showing the party scene.
Tybalt kills Mercutio, Romeo's best friend, so Romeo kills Tybalt. Romeo is banished to Mantua. Romeo would rather die than be banished because he will have to be away from Juliet. Paris then asks Juliet's father if he can marry his daughter. Juliet and Romeo have their last night together.