Juliet Montague and Romeo Capulet
Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet.
Juliet Caprizio and Romeo Martize
Sampson and Gregory, servants to the Capulets and Abraham and Balthasar, servants to the Montague family.
Balthazar and Caprisio, servants to the Montague family and Sampson and Gregory, servants to the Capulets.
Lawrence and Balthazar, servants to the Capulets and Sampson and Gregory, servants to the capulets.
Go out on a date with his cousin.
Go to a party at the Capulets
Go out of town for two weeks.
He scales the wall to the orchard and overhears her talking on the balcony.
He overhears her talking the next day at the market.
He hears her nurse talking to his servant.
He is afraid Juliet will kill herself if he doesn't.
He knows they will go to another town and get married anyway.
He hopes this will end the feud between their families.
Mercutio fights Tybalt and is killed. Romeo then kills Tybalt.
Romeo kills Mercutio, and Tybalt.
Tybalt kills Mercutio and Romeo is blamed.
Tells Romeo he must divorce Juliet.
Tells Romeo he is to die.
Banishes Romeo from Verona threatening death should he ever return.
Marry Paris on Thursday.
Leave town to get away from the feud.
Join a convent.
Come to the church that night so he can help her run away.
Take a potion simulating death, allowing Romeo to take her away.
Tell her parents she is married to Romeo.
He gives Juliet too strong a potion and Juliet dies.
Romeo doesn't get his message and he thinks Juliet is really dead.
Juliet's family finds out that Juliet is really alive.
Paris fights Romeo whom he believes is desecrating Juliet's grave. Paris dies, Romeo drinks poison and Juliet wakes and stabs herself.
Paris finds Romeo and Juliet together and alive. He stabs them both and then himself.
Juliet's father finds Romeo and Juliet together and kills them both in a fit of rage.