Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet tells one of the world’s great stories: that of love transcending social barriers. A dream is set against reality. The dream, of a perfect love between Romeo and Juliet, is set against the reality of a competitive, feuding and violent society. Love and Death are constantly mentioned together, foreshadowing the end that Fate has in store for the “star-crossed lovers”. The play’s themes, language and imagery are highlighted in this compelling production.

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The meeting of Romeo and Juliet

Key Scenes covered:

  • The prologue.
  • Romeo’s infatuation with Rosaline.
  • Mercutio’s ‘Queen Mab’ speech.
  • The meeting of Romeo and Juliet.
  • Mercutio’s use of sexual imagery.
  • The balcony scene.
  • The marriage.
  • The fight, and Mercutio’s and Tybalt’s deaths
  • Romeo’s banishment.
  • Friar Lawrence’s remedy.
  • The deaths of Romeo and Juliet.
  • The families’ reconciliation.

Juliet and Lady Capulet

‘The Globe Players have brought Romeo and Juliet to life for our students.  We love their lively and playful performances.  It’s fantastic how they manage to pack so much into a one hour performance – including sonnet structure and figurative language. All of our students were rapt – giggling at the right times and vastly engaged by the romantic chemistry between Romeo and Juliet. We have found the Globe Players to be professional, flexible and affordable as an organization. Thank you for an excellent event.  Highly recommended!’ Buller’s Wood School

Price: £500 +VAT for a single show (special deals available for multiple bookings).

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