At this point Romeo will drag Paris off to the right of the stage in the direction of Juliet and curtain separating the monument and graveyard is pulled, slowly to the left of the stage as Romeo is dragging Paris only leaving a small part of the stage, to the left, showing the graveyard outside the monument. A second, smaller spotlight will appear for a moment as the page speaks after seeing them fight and stands then runs off stage to the left to find the watch taking with him the lamp. He never got the letter and heard of Juliet's death by a trusted friend and man servant of the Montagues, Balthasar. It is such a tragedy that because of their parents feud they had to die. He was later banished from Verona and left to Mantua after slaying Tybalt Capulet, the cousin of Juliet Capulet, in the town square.
His friends include Abram, Mercutio, and Balthazar. On the grounds of being banished Romeo had to be much more careful than he had already been. This is there to show how the two families are of equal power and rise above the church. They will walk to the front of the monument where Romeo will put his hand out to Balthasar and ask for the mattock and the wrenching iron while looking at the monument door. At this point Balthasar will fade off into the background and off stage.
No one knows the cause of her fake death. It was als said that Juliet was grieving over his death. However, the traditional notion of a family is fading away. There are individual people who could be to blame, but over all everything comes from the original argument. I personally stereotype the Capulets as gangsters that have a sense of style, they cause anarchy but for a reason, whereas the Montegues are just out to look good but are really quite harmless. Romeo was 18 years old.
He knew when to fight for what he believed in. Romeo is the son of Lord and Lady Montague, and the cousin of Benvolio. Juliet was a quiet girl, and was usually a rule follower, until she met Romeo. His funeral will be held this Saturday, July 29, 1683 to give respects to Romeo. He was also Lady Capulet's nephew.
Count Paris was also found in the tomb. Even though she knew how costly it could be. The nurse facilitates the story, she gives people messages, informs them about what is generally happening. Later that night Romeo returned to the Capulet home to speak to Juliet. Lady Montague Lady Montague died suddenly after her heart stopped when news reached her that her son, Romeo Montague, had committed suicide in the Capulet Monument. The different colour connotations clear differences between the families.
Friar Lawrence will then hurry out of the monument and off to the right of the stage. I think it will also shock the audience, as they would not have expected it to happen as Shakespeare has kept them in suspense and anticipation throughout the last scene. The ceremony will be held by Friar Lawrence. Media can also focus on views of representation and stereotypes. Juliet is very close to her Nurse because she had been like a surrogate mother to her.
Juliet will be wearing clothes of the period. He always lived life to its fullest; he had no restrictions unlike the females of his age. It seems as though the characters just say what they want, and say what they feel. Mercutio All of Verona is shocked over the recent death of one of its citizens, Mercutio. She also knew Peter, Sampson, and Gregory. In what the characters do and in what they say. After Romoe's death, Friar Laurence, an adviser to Romeo, came out in the open and revealed that Romeo had married Juliet Capulet in secret.
He was close with Sampson and Gregory. Sweet, kind, a nobleman, and a gentleman. Although Friar Lawrence is obliged to be insightful and considerate in every d session, his flaw is portrayed as his actions are done without forethought. On of the shots in the opening scene is a picture of a giant Capulet building on the left of the shot, an equally giant Montegue building represent the high and mighty power of each family, but it shows that neither family has the upper hand of power because the buildings are of equal size. There will also be a second curtain of a greyish colour which will be hung sideways on to the audience so that they can see both in the graveyard and into the front of the monument. Romeo will be positioned next to the slab still holding Paris. Romeo was a kind, caring person.