Act 2, Scene 2
In act two (2) the famous balcony scene takes place in Romeo and Juliet.
By the balcony
Verona, Capulet Mansion, Juliets balcony (That's tha balcony scene I presume) Romeo and Juliet never meet in Mantua, which is where Romeo is banished too.
It is Act II Scene 2 of the play and it takes place in Juliet's backyard.
The Nativity scene takes place in the seson of Winter at Christmas time.
This scene takes place in the hall of portia's house at Belmont.
On the road to Birnam Wood.
This scene takes place in Oliver's orchard and then in Oliver's office with Charles the wrestler.
a hall in capulet's house.
It takes place in England.
Capulet's Orchard? No that is Act 2 Scene 2. Act 2 Scene 5 is Romeo and Juliet's wedding and takes place at Friar Lawrence's place.
Outside Capulets house/mansion.
It takes place somewhere in Athens...
Romeo does not take it into consideration. Juliet dismisses it almost immediately during the balcony scene. It is only after they have married that the ramifications start occurring.
We're told that Juliet's birthday is Lammas Eve, which is July 31, and that it is only a couple of weeks away. The month is July and they are not in Australia, so it's summer. In the previous scenes, we have seen the Capulet's party break up and Capulet tell his wife he is going to bed. The balcony scene follows immediately afterward. Also, Juliet says "Thou knowest the mask of night is on my face." which is another hint as to what time of day it is.
the Jackson 5 took place everywhere it didn't just take place in one scene JACKSON 5 IS AWESOME!
In the street outside Capulet's place.
outside the palace in a watch tower
southampton, dock gate 4