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Romeo and Juliet

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Transcript of Romeo and Juliet

Flag color = type of play
Tragedy
Comedy
= White
History
"The Heavens"

Angels/Spirits came from here.
Also used as storage.
Dressing rooms
Upper Balcony
bedroom/balcony scenes
Covered seating.
Cost: Two-pence (4 cents)
Main Stage
Inner Stage
Inside scenes
Cost: One penny
Rowdy crowd
Trapdoor for ghosts/witches
Entrance
Key Facts About the Globe
Nickname: the "Wooden O"
Built in 1599
Burned down during 1613 performance
Held up to 3,000 spectators
Had 20 sides
Plays were performed early afternoon
The Prologue
January 9th
Pick up a sheet from the
bookshelf and complete it.

You have 5 minutes.
Purposes: 1) To help the audience figure out the plot.
(Remember scenery was limited and all the actors
were guys!)

2) To convince the audience they hadn't wasted their $$
or time coming to the theater.
Today, we use movie trailers
for this purpose!
1) Love as a Cause of Violence
2) Individual vs. Group (Family, Society, etc)
3 The Inevitability of Fate

Fill in your Globe Theater diagram as we go!

(Use any blank space for extra room.)
Day 1
ACT I Scene i
January

Be sure you have paraphrased
(put in your own words) the Prologue on your worksheet
from last week.

Dialogue:
shows conversation between two characters


Stage Directions:
notes that describe the actor's performance cues.
Day 2
Page 728--- Terms to know
BENVOLIO. My noble uncle, do you know the cause?
MONTAGUE. I neither know it nor can learn of him.
Scene i. Verona. A public place
[enter SAMPSON and GREGORY, with swords and bucklers, of the house of Capulet]
Characters
SAMPSON -- servant
GREGORY -- servant
TYBALT -- nephew
CAPULET
LADY CAPULET
Summary: The servants of the two feuding families argue in the streets of Verona. The verbal fight turns physical, and the brawl is broken up only when the Prince of Verona interferes and threatens them with torture and/or death for disturbing the peace.

Everyone leaves except the Montagues and their nephew Benvolio. They discuss the argument, and then begin talking about how sad Romeo seems lately.

Benvolio goes to confront Romeo, who expresses his deep love for Rosaline.
(Prioritizing Traits)


ABRAM -- servant
BENVOLIO -- nephew
MONTAGUE
LADY MONTAGUE
ROMEO
OFFICER
PRINCE -- of Verona
ACT I Scene ii
Characters

CAPULET
PETER -- Cap. servant
Summary: Paris asks for permission from Capulet to marry Juliet. Capulet invites him to a party later that night, then gives his servant Peter a list of people to invite.

Peter can't read, so he asks the first people he sees to help him (who happen to be Benvolio and Romeo).

Benvolio tries to convince Romeo to go to the party to help him get over Rosaline.

BENVOLIO -- Mont. nephew
ROMEO
PARIS -- related to the Prince
ACT I Scene iii
Characters

LADY CAPULET
JULIET
NURSE
Summary: Lady Capulet reveals Paris' intentions to Juliet. She and Nurse try to convince Juliet to accept the proposal.
Love
Family
Violence
ACT I Scene iv
January 15th
Day 3
Love
Family
Violence
Summary: Benvolio and Romeo talk about the party. Romeo is nervous because of a dream he had which ended in his own death, which Benvolio laughs off.

With his decision to go, we see the first time Romeo acknowledges fate/destiny.
ACT I Scene v
Summary: Romeo arrives at the party and
falls in love with Juliet at first sight. He
compares her to a swan among crows (how
romantic) in a SOLILOQUY.

Tybalt sees Romeo and wants to confront him,
but is talked down by Lord Capulet.

Romeo and Juliet meet, not realizing their families are enemies until later told otherwise.
Question 4
When Paris asked Capulet
for permission to marry Juliet, Capulet told him:
A. To wait two years

B. Juliet have to agree

C. Both A and B are correct.
Question 2
The above text is best described as an example of:
A. Dialogue
B. Stage Directions
C. Footnotes
[Exit all but MONTAGUE, his WIFE,
and BENVOLIO]
Question 1
A. 350
B. 10,000
C. 3,000
The Globe Theater was said to
have held approximately __________ people.
Question 5
A. Overhearing a conversation
B. Seeing an invitation
C. Juliet inviting them
Romeo and Benvolio found out
about the Capulet party by:
Question 3
A. Death

B. Being whipped

C. Humiliation
The Prince broke up the fight between the servants with the threat of _____________.
Question 6
A. Fear of upsetting his father

B. A dream of his own death

C. Worry about Rosaline
What made Romeo nervous
about going to the party?
Question 7
A. A disaster
B. Love at first sight
C. Awkward for them
When Romeo and Juliet met,
it was:
Question 8
A. Rosaline, Nurse
B. Juliet, Marianne
C. Rosaline, Juliet
D. Marianne, Rosaline
At the beginning of Act I, Romeo loved ____________. By the end of the act, he was in love with _____________.
January 17

Act 1 quiz
Two households, both alike in dignity
(In fair Verona, where we lay our scene),
From ancient grudge break to new mutiny,
Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean.
From forth the fatal loins of these two foes
A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life,
Whose misadventured piteous overthrows
Doth with their death bury their parents' strife.
The fearful passage of their death-marked love
And the continuance of their parents' rage,
Which, but their children’s end, naught could remove,
Is now the two hours' traffic of our stage—
The which, if you with patient ears attend,
What here shall miss, our toil shall strive to mend.
In Verona, two families will fight.
Their unlucky children will fall in
love and commit suicide. Their acts
will end their parents' anger.
Nothing else could end this.

This story will take two hours.
Listen patiently for anything we
have missed in this prologue.
January 14
Pick up Act 1 questions
from the bookshelf
and answer #'s 1-3
from our reading yesterday.
Homework:
Read Act 1 Scene 4.
(link to No Fear in your school email)
1968 Film
Act 1
Scene 1 until 10:47
Scene 2 10:48-12:26 (misses R/B seeing invite)
Scene 3 12:27- 16:58
Scene 4 16:59-22:50
Scene 5 22:51-38:49

Act 2
Scene 1 38:50-

Here's what you missed...
CYCL

DEC

DEM
means: circle, wheel
Derivatives: CYCLONE, BICYCLE, ENCYCLOPEDIA
means: TEN
Derivatives: DECAGON, DECATHLON, DECIMAL
means: PEOPLE
Derivatives: DEMOGRAPHICS, DEMOCRAT
Mercutio describes her...
On page 53


and
turn in your Act I questions to
the tray.
March 6
Grab a book
Act 2 Prologue
Act 2 Scene 1
Benvolio and Mercutio make fun of Romeo.
Act 2 Scene ii
Romeo overhears
Juliet's intimate thoughts
about him.

They make plans to
marry.
Copy the following
roots into your
chart. We will
zoom on each
for meanings.
1. I
2. K
3. B
4. C
5. H
6. J
7. G
8. D
9. F
10. E
11. A
1. B
2. C
3. A
4. C
5. B
Matching Multiple Choice
Answers
Turn in your Queen Mab
assignment today.

Act 1 questions are
due tomorrow
Tonight:
Finish Act I questions.
Read Act 2 Scene 3
Take out a sheet
of paper and number 1-8.
January 13
Copy the following into your notes:

Iambic Pentameter:

A line of poetry containing:
10 syllables broken into
5 pairs of "iambs"
syllable pattern of: unstressed syllable, stressed syllable
In short:
Each line has 10 syllables.
Every other syllable is stressed.
When we speak, stress happens naturally
if your speech is smooth.
To mark iambic pentameter, we will
underline each stressed syllable.

Then, draw a dash between each set of syllables
(between each iamb).
You try:

Write the following sentence below your notes.

Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?
You try:

Write the following sentence below your notes:
The love between his heart and mine is gone.
1) Read the sentence to yourself.
Remember the pattern is an unstressed, then a stressed.

2) Use the accent marks to identify the pairs of iambs.

3) Draw a dash in between each iamb.
The love between his heart and mine is gone.
In Romeo and Juliet, higher ranking characters speak using iambic pentameter.
Problems with Scene 2:
Too unrealistic for today.
Too long and drawn out.
So let's fix it.
Your assignment:

Include a paragraph description of scenario and characters.

Include a 14 line script that follows
the breakdown for scene 2.

Include at least 5 stage directions.
Act II Scenes iii and iv
Romeo asks Friar Lawrence to help
Juliet marry him.

Benvolio and Mercutio mock Romeo (again),
then Nurse finds Romeo. He reveals the plan
for Juliet to sneak out to the church that
afternoon..
How will it happen?
January 27
Copy the following sentences into your notes section.

Mark the sentences to identify the iambic pentameter.
The Tooth fairy was just a fantasy,

but let's keep that between us--you and me.
The Tooth fairy was just a fantasy,

but let's keep that between us--you and me.
Act III Scene i
Act III Scene ii
Act III Scene iii
Act III Scene v
Act III Scene iv
Capulet agrees
to let Paris marry
Juliet on Thursday (3 days
from then), thinking it will
make her happy after
losing Tybalt in the battle.
Rhyme scheme:
the pattern of end rhyme between lines
Label the first line "A".
Each line with a new end sound gets a new letter.
If a sound matches a previous line, use the same
letter as that line.
How to mark rhyme scheme:
Example:
My cat is fat.
You're right about that.
But my fish isn't red
like the silly boy said.
A
A
B
B
Rhyme scheme
This would be an AABB rhyme scheme.
My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun;
Coral is far more red than her lips' red;
If snow be white, why then her breasts are dun;
If hairs be wires, black wires grow on her head.
What rhyme scheme does stanza below follow?
ABAB
(dull or drab)

There is no world without Verona walls
But purgatory, torture, hell itself.
Hence “banished” is banished from the world,
And world’s exile is death. Then “banished,” is death mistermed. Calling death “banishment,”
thou cutt’st my head off with a golden ax
And smilest upon the stroke that murders me.
ROMEO
Act III Scene iii
lines 16-23 in NFS
What is the effect of Romeo saying
someone is killing him with a golden
ax versus a regular ax?
Why might
Romeo think
banishment is
death itself?
Why did Capulet agree to let Paris marry Juliet? Identify the line numbers in the text that may reveal his motivations.
Headline: Killing in Verona
Headline: The Great Fight
Headline: The Church of Sins
Headline: Capulet Arranges Marriage
Headline: Juliet Refuses to Marry
Put away your notes.
Take out your Act III summary.

Move to sit with your group.

You have 5 minutes to decide
who is reading the headline
and summary.

Be sure you can answer the questions
on the back.

What is the rhyme scheme?
I miss your smile
and beautiful hair.
If I lived by the Nile
I could see your profile.
ABAA
is the rhyme scheme.
"He's dead."
March 13th
Pick up a rhyme scheme
worksheet and begin
working on it.
Couplet (pair of lines) cannot rhyme with
any other lines in the poem.
March 18th

Pick up a pink sheet
and a book
Turn in Acts I and II
Act IV
Friar Lawrence Paris Juliet

Capulet Second Servingman Nurse Lady Capulet

First Servingman First Musician Second Musician

Peter Third Musician
(page 209)
(If you haven't already)
PARIS. Immoderately, she weeps over Tybalt's death.
Fears:
Won't work
Might kill her
Wake up before Romeo arrives
Suffocate in the tomb
Terrified, surrounded by death
Go insane?!
Act IV
Friar Lawrence Paris Juliet

Capulet Second Servingman Nurse Lady Capulet

First Servingman First Musician Second Musician

Peter Third Musician
(page 209)
Dylan Scylar Tessa

Sam Eric Kaelyn Brooke

Zoe Jarod Dakota

Matt Tryston
Blaine Bryan Tanis

Austin H. Tryston Summer Sarah

Hem Austin W. Brandon

Noah Rhianna
March 19th
Grab a book and take
out your pink sheet
for Acts IV and V.

Act V
Romeo Balthasar Apothecary

Friar John Friar Lawrence

Paris Page Juliet Chief Watchman

2nd Watchman 3rd Watchman Prince

Capulet Lady Capulet Montague
(page 249)
Caitlynn Noah Lexi

Austin W. Blaine

Tanis Morgan Summer Jared

Brandon Bryan Triston

Rhianna Summer Austin H.
Act IV
Friar Lawrence Paris Juliet

Capulet Second Servingman Nurse Lady Capulet

First Servingman First Musician Second Musician

Peter Third Musician
(page 209)
Lance Cole Maggie

Jordan M. Jordan J. Laney Haley

Kirkland Levi Austin

Quintin Kourtney
Hour 7
Hour 6
Act V
Romeo Balthasar Apothecary

Friar John Friar Lawrence

Paris Page Juliet Chief Watchman

2nd Watchman 3rd Watchman Prince

Capulet Lady Capulet Montague
(page 249)
Mrs. Emokpae :) Eric Zoe

Tricia Kennedy

Dakota Kylie Kristina Matt

Holden Tryston Brooke

Darian Kaelyn Sam
Hour 6
Hour 4
Act V
Romeo Balthasar Apothecary

Friar John Friar Lawrence

Paris Page Juliet Chief Watchman

2nd Watchman 3rd Watchman Prince

Capulet Lady Capulet Montague
(page 249)
Dalton Jordan R. Joe Hamilton

Jordan M. Quintin

Lance David Maggie Cole

Kirkland Kourtney Austin

Levi Laney Jordan J.
Hour 7
Act IV
Friar Lawrence Paris Juliet

Capulet Second Servingman Nurse Lady Capulet

First Servingman First Musician Second Musician

Peter Third Musician
(page 209)
Austin Hunter Tori

Tucker Codie Emma Kendra

Eric Galen Jason

Dallis Leah
Hour 8
Act V
Romeo Balthasar Apothecary

Friar John Friar Lawrence

Paris Page Juliet Chief Watchman

2nd Watchman 3rd Watchman Prince

Capulet Lady Capulet Montague
(page 249)
Austin Eric Jason

Caleb Tucker

Galen Hunter Nicole Codie

Dallis Jason Leah

Tori Kendra Emma
Hour 8
Act V
Romeo Balthasar Apothecary

Friar John Friar Lawrence

Paris Page Juliet Chief Watchman

2nd Watchman 3rd Watchman Prince

Capulet Lady Capulet Montague
(page 249)
Honors
Family Fued
Tragedy
Death/Murder
Love
Should Friar
Lawrence be
punished for his
actions?
Ponder this:
Juliet fakes own death
and is moved to tomb.
Romeo still in Mantua.
Shakespeare: In Brief



--Born 1564, died 1616
--Wrote 37 plays
--Wrote over 150 sonnets
--Actor, poet, playwright
Only men and boys

Young boys whose voices had not changed played the women’s roles

It would have been
indecent
for a woman to appear on stage

KEY THEMES
January 13th
Take out pink Globe Theater sheet
AND salmon-colored Act 1 sheet.

Be sure #1-10 questions are complete.
January 15
Full transcript