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Romeo & Juliet
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PRIME CUTS & the TRIMMINGS
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Romeo, banished from Verona, high
tails it to Friar Lawrence’s cell.
 For Romeo, the exile is worse
than death.
The Nurse arrives, knowing Romeo
is there, and says that Juliet is crying
not for Tybalt, but for the loss of
Romeo.
The Friar devises a plan that Romeo
will sneak into the Capulet mansion
to see Juliet one last time before
heading to Mantua.
Friar Lawrence, with the help of the
Nurse, will reunite Romeo and Juliet
after a period of time.
Trimmed - Act 3, Scene 3
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Lord Capulet and Paris meet to discuss
marriage and Juliet.
Neither know that Juliet is already
married to Romeo.
 Lord Capulet wants to postpone
the wedding a bit until Juliet is
done mourning over Tybalt’s
death.
 The audience knows that Juliet is
not mourning the death of Tybalt,
but the banishment of Romeo
instead.
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Trimmed - Act 3, Scene 4
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Romeo and Juliet spend their wedding night
together.
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Lady Capulet thinks that Juliet is mourning her
cousin Tybalt.
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They think that everything will work out fine.
Juliet speaks dialogue with double meanings –
statements that could be about hating or loving
Romeo.
Juliet refuses to marry Paris, but her father,
Lord Capulet, flips out and warns her he will
kick her out of the house if she doesn’t marry
Paris.
PRIME CUT –
Act 3, Scene 5
“I long
to die if
what
thou
speak’st
speak
not of
remedy.”
- Juliet
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Paris approaches Friar Lawrence to ask to marry
Juliet the next day, insisting that a hasty marriage
will help end Juliet’s sorrow over Tybalt.
Juliet arrives to speak with Friar Lawrence, and is
very cold toward Paris.
Once Paris leaves, Juliet lets all her fears out to
Friar Lawrence.
The Friar gives Juliet a special potion she is
instructed to drink that night before she sleeps. The
next morning she will appear to be dead.
While Juliet is in her coma, Friar Lawrence plans to
send for Romeo to return from Mantua for his wife.
PRIME CUT –
Act 4, Scene 1
Trimmed – Act 4, Scene 2
All in the Capulet house are in a good
mood as they prepare for Juliet and
Paris’ wedding.
 Juliet returns from visiting Friar
Lawrence and begs her father for
forgiveness over her earlier disobedient
behavior.
 Juliet requests the Nurse’s presence
when getting prepped for her wedding.
 Lord Capulet is pleased with himself,
and with Friar Lawrence, for how well
this has turned out.
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“See where she comes
from shrift with merry look.” - Nurse
Trimmed – Act 4, Scene 3
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Juliet rids herself of her mother and Nurse at the
opening saying she needs alone time to ask God for
forgiveness about her rude behavior.
She delivers a monologue in which she
acknowledges her fears about taking the Friar’s
potion. She fears:
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the mixture may not work
she may still have to marry Paris
that the potion is actually poison
that she will wake in the vault before Romeo returns to
rescue her
Despite these fears, she drinks the potion in
Romeo’s name and falls upon her bed.
“For I have need of many orisons to move the
heavens to smile upon my state.” - Juliet
Trimmed – Act 4, Scene 4
The Capulet house is busy with
wedding preparations.
 Lord Capulet directs his servants in
every task, and notes that Paris will
be arriving soon.
 He suggests that the Nurse go wake
Juliet and make haste to get her
ready for her wedding day.
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“Hie, make haste, make haste. The bridegroom
he is come already. Make haste, I say.” - Capulet
“Death
lies on her
like an
untimely
frost upon
the
sweetest
flower of
all the
field.” Capulet
The Nurse attempts to wake Juliet and
discovers, with horror, that her mistress is dead.
 Capulet and Lady Capulet soon find out, and
there is much sorrow in the home.
 Friar Lawrence arrives with Paris and the
musicians and innocently asks if the wedding is
ready to begin.
 Each character speaks in anger and sadness of
Juliet’s death.
 The Friar suggests that Juliet be taken to the
church for her funeral and burial in the vault.
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PRIME CUT –
Act 4, Scene 5
“I will lie
with
thee
tonight.”
- Romeo
Romeo’s servant, Balthasar, arrives in Mantua
with news that Juliet is dead.
 Romeo decides he does not want to live without
Juliet and goes to an apothecary for a deadly
poison.
 The apothecary is wary to sell the poison,
based on good conscience, but says he will sell
for money instead.
 Romeo hurries to Juliet’s grave to be with his
love.
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PRIME CUT –
Act 5, Scene 1
Trimmed – Act 5, Scene 2
Friar John, who was supposed to be the
messenger of Friar Lawrence’s important letter
to Romeo, returns to Friar Lawrence’s cell with
the letter still in his hand.
 He explains that he was not allowed to enter
Mantua because it was closed off due to a
plague outbreak.
 Friar Lawrence and John get a crowbar and
make haste to the Capulet tomb to pry it open
and be there when Juliet awakes.
 Friar Lawrence will then hide Juliet in his cell
until Romeo arrives.
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“Poor living corse, closed in a
dead man’s tomb!” – Friar Lawrence
“For
never
was a
story of
more
woe
than this
of Juliet
and her
Romeo.”
- Prince
Romeo arrives at the tomb and begins to open
it.
 Paris, hiding nearby, jumps out thinking that
Romeo is defacing the tomb.
 Romeo and Paris fight, and Paris is fatally
wounded. He begs to be put in the tomb with
Juliet.
 Romeo notices how healthy Juliet looks in
death, even though she is alive!
 He drinks the deadly poison after stealing one
last kiss. He dies.
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PRIME CUT –
Act 5, Scene
“For
never
was a
story of
more
woe
than this
of Juliet
and her
Romeo.”
- Prince
Friar Lawrence arrives and notices Romeo
dead just as Juliet is awakening. He tells her
the sad news about Romeo and Paris.
 Juliet refuses to leave with the Friar, kisses
Romeo’s still warm lips, and stabs herself with
Romeo’s dagger. She dies.
 Outside, the Montague and Capulet families
arrive and wait for the Prince. The families are
told the bad news. Lady Montague is already
dead from grief over Romeo’s exile.
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PRIME CUT –
Act 5, Scene
“For
never
was a
story of
more
woe
than this
of Juliet
and her
Romeo.”
- Prince
The Friar explains the whole story of what led
Romeo and Juliet to die. He explains that
because of the Montague and Capulet feud, the
families have sacrificed their most beloved.
 The two families realize their wrong-doings, and
join hands as they grieve.
 The Prince concludes the story by commenting
on how high a price has been paid for peace in
Verona.
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PRIME CUT –
Act 5, Scene
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