I have been watching Shakespeare plays since I was six, have a library of about 130 Shakespeare videos, and my book about Shakespeare is in bookstores. My friends and family say I am obsessive about the subject.
Well, this guy who she really likes shows up in her backyard where she's standing at a window in her nightie talking about how much she likes him. Out loud. To herself. Who wo…uldn't be embarassed? (MORE)
In the real script is says roughly that when Juliet finds out that she needs to marry Paris she goes to the priest and he gives her a potion that makes her seem dead for 42 ho…urs, so she will be taken to the family tomb, and when she wakes up romeo will be there. Romeo does not get the message, thinks she is dead and goes to buy poison. He goes to see her, sees her dead and takes the poison. She wakes up and sees Romeo dead next to her. The priest comes and finds Romeo dead, he runs away. Juliet tries to kiss the poison off of Romeo's lips but there is not enough so she picks up Romeo's dagger and stabs herself. (MORE)
In romeo and Juliet with Leonardo Dicaprio, Juliet fakes her death by taking a sleeping potion so she wont have to marry another man. Friar Lawrence sent the message to romeo …that Juliet was taking the potion to pretend that she was dead. However, romeo never got the message and thought she was really dead. So he went to her casket and gives her back her ring and she starts to move but he does not see her. So he cries over her and he has a bottle of poison with him when he gets it out Juliet starts to wake up but can't move properly after the potion and he takes the poison before she can stop him. he realizes that she is alive but it is too late as he had already taken it. Then Juliet sees a gun that romeo has brought with him and shoots herself and they both lie in her casket. What's above this text is from the movie "William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet" by Director Baz Luhrmann. In the play, Romeo takes a poison from the apothecary because he was going to kill himself, after learning of Juliet's death.(MORE)
The metaphor he uses most often is a shining light. When he first sees her, at Capulet's feast, he says, "O, she doth teach the torches to burn bright!" (Act 1, Scene 5) When …he is in Capulet's garden and sees her come to her window, he says, "But, soft! what light through yonder window breaks? / It is the east, and Juliet is the sun." (Act 2, Scene 2)(MORE)
oooooh i love this... Juliet symbolizes light shining in darkness. she is compared to this throughout the book. the cool part is romeo is co…ntinually referred to as night. so basically "juliet is the sun" and romeo is the night... and guess what. the night and the sun never get to see eachother!!!!! (MORE)
These are all the people we see he speak to/of: Capulet - her father Lady Capulet - her mother Nurse - her childhood 'nanny' Tybalt - her cousin Paris - her would-be… cousin Friar Lawrence - her spiritual guide Romeo - her husband(MORE)
Romeo and Juliet is a complete ballet, with many different numbers, each of which has its own meter. There are duples, triples and variations on both. You'd have to specify a …particular dance or scene for a more exact answer. (MORE)