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1 Adapted and directed by Sue Flack Scene 1: The Street. Stop! Stop fighting! Never! I ll kill him. And I ll kill you! Just you try it! Come on Quick! The police! The police are coming. I ll get you later. I ll kill you! I ll kill you both! That was great! That was stupid. Mercutio, why were you fighting with Tybalt again? Why was I fighting with Tybalt? Because he s a Capulet, of course, and I hate all Capulets. The Capulets are our sworn enemies, But you never fight with them. Why not? Are you a coward Romeo? Eh! Are you a chicken? No! Get off! I m not a coward. But I don t want to fight. Fighting is stupid. One day you will die fighting and what for? Some stupid hatred between The Capulets and The Montagues. Tell me why you hate the Capulets. Why? Why do you hate them? Because because because I do! You see you don t even know why. It s stupid. It s very sad. Wait, Romeo! Come on! Don t be like that. Why are you sad, Romeo? Are you in love? Oh no! Romeo is in love again! Who is it this time? Maria? Catherine? Jennifer? Not Belinda? No! It s none of them. This activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of Productions Romeo and Juliet.

2 Then who is it this time? Who are you in love with this time, Romeo? Rosaline. Rosaline? Rosaline? Who is Rosaline? What s she like? Tall? Short? Long hair? Short hair? Pretty? Ugly? Stop it! She s pretty. She s really nice and I really like her, but I don t think she likes me, so shut up! She doesn t like you?! Romeo the great lover! Sexy Romeo! She must like you. All the girls like you! Well, not this one. Not Rosaline. She doesn t even look at me! Well, I must meet this Rosaline. Maybe she ll look at me! Will she be at the party tonight? The party tonight. What party? What party? What party? THE party. The most important party of the year! We arranged to go. You and me. Remember me? Mercutio, your best friend. No. I don t want to go. I don t feel like it. What! You don t feel like it! All the pretty girls will be there Maria, Cathy, Jenny and, of course, Rosaline. I know, but it s a Capulet party in a Capulet disco. There will be a lot of fighting. Oh come on! Look. I promise I won t fight. I won t fight and I ll just dance, dance and talk to all the pretty girls. But Tybalt will see us and he will want to fight. No, Tybalt won t see us. It s a fancy dress party; we have to dress up, like carnival. Like carnival? We could wear masks or wigs! Yes! We could wear masks or wigs and nobody will know who we are. Well, what do you say? Are we going to the party, to see Rosaline, or are we staying here to get bored? OK. Come on. Let s go to the party. But promise me - no fighting. Not just a little bit? No! Not even a little bit! Ok, ok, I promise. This activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of Productions Romeo and Juliet.

3 Scene 2: Juliet s bedroom. Juliet! Juliet! Turn that music down! Turn it down! It s much too loud. What? I can t hear you. Turn it down I said, it s too loud. What do you want? I want to talk to you. I want to talk to you about Paris. Paris! Are we going to Paris? No! Not Paris the city. Paris the person. Paris, that handsome, gorgeous, good-looking boy that lives down the street. Oh! Him. He s not that handsome. Yes he is handsome. He s tall, dark, slim and handsome. No he s not! He s short, fat, blonde and ugly. Well, whatever, but he is very rich. He s very rich and he likes you. He likes you and he wants to marry you! He wants to marry me! But I don t know him! I don t know him at all! That isn t important. Well, I don t want to marry him. I don t like him. I like someone else. Oh, you like someone else, do you? Who? Who do you like? I m not telling you. Oh, come on, tell Mummy. No. Leave me alone. Let s see, is it in here? Give me that back! Give me that diary back, right now! Let s see. What s this? I really like Michael. He is so handsome. I want him to kiss me Ooh! Stop it! Give it back! And what s this, I don t like Michael any more, he is horrible. Now I like Jack. Jack is really nice. I want him to kiss me. Well, well! You change your mind very quickly. Stop it! And here, Jack is horrible. He smells. James is the best. I really like him. I want him to kiss This activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of Productions Romeo and Juliet.

4 me. Well, well. First you like Michael, then you like Jack, and then you like James. So why can t you like Paris? No! Never! I will never like Paris! Never! And I will never marry him! You just want his money! You just want me to marry him for his money! You re only interested in money! Dad s money or Paris s money! Me? Interested in money? Wherever did you get that idea? Oh well. So you don t want to go to the party tonight, then? Party? What party? What party! The Capulet party! Only the most important party of the year! Remember? Oh no! I forgot! It will be a fantastic party. Michael will be there, Jack will be there, James will be there and, of course, Paris will be there! Oh, I want to go! Please let me go! Well, I don t know Please, Mummy, darling Mummy, pretty please Only if you promise to talk to Paris No! That s not fair! Ah well Oh, ok, I ll talk to Paris. I ll talk to Paris, but I m not kissing him! You don t have to kiss him. You just have to marry him! Only kidding, honey. You just talk to Paris. Talk to him and maybe you ll like him. Hmm! You never know When I first met your Daddy I didn t like him much, either, but now now I can see he s handsome, intelligent, very rich and I love him! Now what are you going to wear? Oh no! I haven t got a thing to wear! You haven t got a thing to wear! You ve got lots of clothes. Lots of clothes that you never wear! What about this? Yuck! That s horrible! It makes me look fat! And this? No! The colour is disgusting! This activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of Productions Romeo and Juliet.

5 Well, what about this? Definitely not. I wore it to the last party! I must have some new clothes! I must have some new clothes or I m not going to the party! I m not going to the party and I won t talk to Paris! Very well. Here you are. Take this and go and buy some new clothes. But be quick! We haven t got much time! Thanks! Hey! What about a kiss for your lovely mummy. Bye! And clean your room when you get back Oh well! Scene 3: The Party. Now, remember what I said, no fighting! Yeah, yeah, no fighting, I remember. Now where are all the pretty girls? Where s Rosaline? I don t know. I can t see her. Watch out here comes Tybalt! Turn away. Don t let him see us! That s funny. That s a really funny joke, cousin. You should be on TV! On TV? Do you think so? Yeah! By the way, is that a new suit? You look great! Yes, I bought it today. Yeah? I m going to get another drink. Do you want one? No, I ve got one. Oh yeah. Tybalt s gone. Don t you want to dance? This is a great song! No, I don t feel like it. Alright, I m going to see if I can find your Rosaline! See you later. See you. Hi. Hi. Ok? Yeah. OK Good. What s your name? This activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of Productions Romeo and Juliet.

6 Juliet. That s a nice name Thanks. What s your name? Romeo Wow! That s unusual. Yeah. Yeah. Do you come here often? Sometimes. Do you? What? Do you come here often? Sometimes. Do you want a drink? No thanks. I ve got one. Oh yeah. I like your suit. Thanks. You look really nice. Thanks. You re really nice. Thanks. So are you. Hey! What are you doing kissing my cousin? Get your dirty hands off her. You stinking Montague! Get off me, Tybalt. Don t touch me! Hey! What s going on? Is this true? Is he your cousin? Are you a Capulet? Yes! It s true, I m a Capulet. Are you a Montague like he says? Yes, I am a Montague. But it doesn t matter. I still really like you. I don t care if you are a Capulet. Me too. I still like you even if you are a Montague. Don t touch her or I ll kill you! Don t touch him or I ll kill you! This activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of Productions Romeo and Juliet.

7 Wait, Mercutio, Tybalt. Listen everyone. The Capulets and the Montagues must stop fighting. We don t have to be friends, but we must stop fighting. Let s make a pact, Tybalt. What are you saying, Romeo? He is your sworn enemy. I will never be friends with him. If you don t fight him I will. No, Mercutio. Don t! Come on, let s get out of here. This isn t the end of it, Romeo, I ll get you and you Mercutio. You stay away from my cousin or you are dead! Romeo! Juliet! Come on, let s go! Quick! The police! Scene 4: The Balcony. R/J: Oh my god. I don t believe it. I finally meet the most handsome boy in the world and he s a Montague. Where s my diary? Ah,here. Now, let s see. Michael, yuck Jack, too tall, James, too short, Paris, forget it! Now, Ro-me-o, what a great name! Tall, dark and handsome and he likes me and he kisses really well! (off) Juliet! Juliet! It s me, out here, Romeo! Romeo! Is that you? Be careful. What are you doing here? It s really dangerous. If my parents catch you they ll kill you! I don t care. You re worth it! I don t care if they kill me! Juliet, I really like you! Me too. I really like you! Yeah, but I mean this is different. I know I ve only just met you. But I mean I really, really like you. I know what you mean. I feel the same. I mean, I really, really like you too. Yeah, but I mean, I mean I really, really I love you. Oh my god! He loves me, he loves me! Juliet, are you still there? Yes, yes. Romeo, I love you too! Oh my god!! But what are we going to do? You are a Montague and I am a Capulet. My parents will kill me if they find out that you are my boyfriend! This activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of Productions Romeo and Juliet.

8 Yes, and my parents will kill me if they find out that you are my girlfriend! What can we do? It s impossible. What about if we run away together? We can run away together and then no-one will find us. My father would find us. He s a very rich man. He s rich and powerful and he has friends everywhere. My father would definitely find us. Then let s get married. If we get married there s nothing they can do. They might find us, but they can t stop us being together. Not if we re married. You mean you want to marry me! Are you serious? Yes, I m serious. Why? Don t you want to marry me? You said you loved me. Yes, I do love you, but marriage! Wow! Why not? It ll really irritate my mother! Yes I ll marry you, I ll marry you Romeo. (off) Juliet! Be quiet! It s late. Go to sleep! Sssh! That s her. You must go! Ok then, we ll go to Friar Lawrence. We ll go to Friar Lawrence s house and he will marry us there. He s really cool and modern and he will understand. Ok, but I have to get dressed. I can t possibly get married dressed like this. Give me 5 minutes. No, give me 10 minutes and I ll meet you at Friar Lawrence s house, ok? Ok, but don t take too long. We must get married quickly before anyone finds out. Goodbye Juliet Goodbye Romeo, sweet Romeo. Scene 5: Friar s house. Ah. Plants and flowers the essence of life. I use these plants and flowers to make medicines. Medicines for headaches, medicines for stomach ache, medicines for backache, even medicines for heartache! Some are very light and some are very strong and some can be very dangerous. Hi Friar, I ve got to talk to you. Hey, Romeo, man how s it going? Wow man! It s really early. Couldn t you sleep? Too much partying with the pretty girls? Ah! Young love! How s that pretty Rosaline? Rosaline? Yes, well, I want to talk to you about that. I want to talk to you about love, Friar. I m in love. Yes, I know, you re in love. You re in love with that pretty Rosaline. This activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of Productions Romeo and Juliet.

9 No, I m not in love with Rosaline. You re not in love with Rosaline? No, I m in love with Juliet. Juliet, who s Juliet? Juliet Capulet. What? You re in love with a Capulet? But this is crazy, man. You can t love a Capulet. You re a Montague. They ll kill you! I know, that s why I want you to help us. I want you to marry me and Juliet. What? Marry you and Juliet Capulet! You re crazy! Yes, I know but I love her. I ve never felt like this before. If I can t marry Juliet I ll die. I ll die from a broken heart. Friar you must help us! Calm down, here, have some herbal tea. This herbal tea is very good for the nerves. Better? Good. Now, tell me, do you really love Juliet? Yes, I really love her. And does Juliet really love you? Yes, she really loves me. She loves me and she wants to marry me. Well, let me think. If you marry Juliet, the Capulets and the Montagues will be family. They will be family and, in theory, it might stop the fighting. I will do anything to stop the fighting between the two families. I m a peaceful man. Then you will help us, you will marry us? Yes, I ll marry you, for peace. Tell Juliet to come here immediately. I will marry you and then you must both run away until everything has calmed down. I will talk to your parents. I will explain everything ah look here she comes Hello, Friar, are you going to help us? Are you going to marry us? Yes, my dear, I will marry you so that your two families can live in peace. Come on. Let s get on with it. We mustn t waste any time. Stand here. Do you, Juliet Capulet, take this man to be your husband, for ever and ever, until death? Until death? Yes, I do. Do you, Romeo Montague, take this woman to be your wife, for ever and ever, until death? I do. I now pronounce you husband and wife. Have you got a ring? You may kiss the bride. Now, must This activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of Productions Romeo and Juliet.

10 run away and I will let you know when it is safe to come back. I will phone you. Romeo give me your mobile number. Juliet go to your house and pack a suitcase, just a small one. This is my mobile phone number. OK. I will speak to your parents, go now. Quick, waste no time. I need some more herbal tea! Oh dear what have I done! Scene 6: The Street. Hey you, Montague! Where is your friend, Romeo, I want to fight with him, not you. If you want to fight with Romeo, you ll have to kill me first. Well, it will be my pleasure. I ve always wanted to kill a Montague. Stop! Tybalt! Mercutio don t fight, Ah, here he is. The great lover Romeo! You think you can kiss my cousin and live? You can kiss my ass and die! Stop. I don t want to fight you. Tybalt, I m not your enemy. The Montagues and The Capulets are going to be friends. We are going to be family. Friends? Family? What are you talking about? Come on, get your knife out and fight like a man. What are you doing Romeo? Why don t you fight him? I don t want to fight him, Mercutio. I want to be friends with him. Friends with a Capulet? Never! If you won t fight, then I will. (They fight) He s killed me, he s really done it, it was just a game, Romeo, a game (dies) You ve killed him. Yeah, but he- You ve killed him. (Picks up knife and stabs Tybalt. He dies.) What have I done? I ve killed Juliet s cousin. Juliet s cousin! She will hate me. I must get out of here. The Friar will help. Scene 7: Juliet s bedroom. Juliet, can we come in? Your daddy and I have some bad news. Wait a minute Ok, you can come in now. What s wrong? You two look terrible. You look like someone died. This activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of Productions Romeo and Juliet.

11 Jules we have some very bad news. Bad news. What? What s happened? You better sit down. I don t want to sit down. What is it? Oh Juliet, it s terrible, your cousin, Tybalt. He s dead! Tybalt, dead, that s impossible. Yes it s true, Jules, he s been killed. Killed by a Montague. Killed by a Montague? Who? Who killed him? Romeo, that dirty murderer Romeo. No, Romeo, no. It s impossible. He wouldn t kill anyone. He s so nice. What! Do you know him? No! I know about him. They say he s nice. Nice! Ha! Nice enough to kill your cousin! No, it can t be true! It s true Juliet. Now, I want you to calm down. Calm down and listen to me. This is a terrible thing. A terrible thing for our family and a terrible thing for my business. My business could lose a lot of money with all this trouble. Tybalt was your cousin, but he was a fighter. We all knew that one day he would get hurt. And now it has happened. He is dead. He is dead and there is nothing we can do to bring him back. Now we need something good to happen to our family, we need something to make everyone happy. We need a wedding. A wedding will make everyone happy and they will forget about this tragedy. Juliet, I want you to marry Paris. What! Marry Paris. Tybalt is dead and you want me to marry Paris, so that your business is doesn t lose money. You re crazy, I ll never marry Paris. Never, I can t. Paris is the son of a very rich man and it will be very good for all of us if you marry him. Never. You re mad! Honey!! Let s go and get the Friar. The Friar will calm her down. He ll know what to say to her. Think about it Juliet. The whole family depends on you. Mum? Now you just think about it, Juliet! I don t believe it. Tybalt has just been killed by my husband Romeo and they want me to marry Paris. I think the world is going mad! This activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of Productions Romeo and Juliet.

12 (at balcony) Juliet, it s me, Romeo. Romeo, what have you done? You ve killed my cousin. You killed Tybalt. I didn t mean to, I didn t want to. Tybalt killed Mercutio- What?! Tybalt killed Mercutio? Mercutio is dead too? Yes, it s terrible; it s all a terrible mess. But I still love you Juliet. Do you still love me? Yes, I still love you. But what can we do? They want me to marry Paris. I can t marry Paris, I m married to you, but I can t tell them that. What can we do? (off) Juliet, the Friar is here to see you. Friar Lawrence will help us. Listen to Friar Lawrence. He ll have a plan. He ll tell me what the plan is. Tell him to send me a message. A message. (off) Juliet They re coming. They re coming with Friar Lawrence. Go. Remember, a message. The Friar has come to see you. Talk to her. See if you can calm her down. She must marry Paris. Oh Juliet! What a terrible thing. I thought that your marriage would stop the fighting between the two families, but I was wrong. It s all a terrible disaster. It s all my fault. No, it s not your fault. You were just trying to help us. And we still need your help. What can we do? Tybalt and Mercutio are dead and nothing we do can bring them back. But what about me and Romeo. We are alive and we are married and my Father wants me to marry Paris. What can we do? You must think of something. Yes, my dear, I have, I have thought of something. Listen very carefully. I have a plan. You must tell your father that you will marry Paris. What?! I will never marry Paris. Wait you must tell him that you will marry Paris, then he will calm down and he will leave you alone. When you are alone you must drink this. Drink it? What is it? Is it poison? Will it kill me? No, it isn t poison. It is a medicine. It is a very strong medicine. Drink it and it will make you sleep for two days. For two days you ll sleep very, very deeply and it won t be possible to wake you up. You will be cold and still and white, like death itself. Cold and still and white, and everyone will think that you are dead. They will think that I m dead! Then what? Then they ll put you in the tomb. They ll put you in the family tomb next to Tybalt. This activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of Productions Romeo and Juliet.

13 Friar? (off ) In the tomb next to Tybalt! Ugh! In two days you ll wake up. I ll wake up, in the tomb, with dead bodies all around me! Don t worry. I ll send a message to Romeo. I ll send a message to Romeo, he will come and get you out of the tomb and then you can run away together, no-one will ever find you and you will live happily ever after. Will you do it? It s very dangerous, but if you don t do it you ll have to marry Paris. Yes, I ll do it. I ll never marry Paris. Never. Thank you Friar, I ll do anything to be with Romeo. Quick hide the medicine. Well, how is she? Oh, much better, much better. She s calmed down now. Good. And what are you going to do? Are you going to marry Paris and make your poor father a happy man or are you going to be the selfish, horrible, little girl that you always are? Yes, I ll marry Paris. I ll do anything to make my father happy. Oh, what fantastic news! What a good girl you are! I ll go and tell your Daddy immediately. Honey! I ve got some fantastic news! (goes off ) Now, I must go and send a message to Romeo. I must send a message to Romeo before it is too late. Remember, be brave little one. Be brave. Goodbye, Friar. Thank you. Now I must drink this medicine. I am scared. What if it really is poison! What if it kills me! What if I never wake up! No, I must drink it. It is the only way. The only way to be with Romeo. When I wake up I ll be in the tomb with dead bodies around me! But I must do it! Romeo will find me and we will be together. Oh, don t think about it, just drink. I ve told your daddy the good news, Juliet. Juliet? Oh, she s asleep. She must be tired with all the excitement! Juliet, wake up, Paris will be here soon! Juliet, sweetie, it s Daddy Juliet, wake up, your father wants to speak to you. Oh, she s so lazy. Teenagers! Always sleeping! Oh! What s happened! What s the matter with her? Juliet! Honey, wake up, it s Daddy. What is it? Shut up! Oh my god! She s dead. Dead? No, that s impossible. She can t be dead. She s got to marry Paris. This activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of Productions Romeo and Juliet.

14 She didn t want to marry Paris and now she s killed herself. My little girl is dead! I ve killed her. I ve killed my only daughter! Scene 8: Outside the Tomb. Let me see. Where s that business card Romeo gave me?. I must phone him. I must phone him and tell him what s happened. Ah, here it is Oh no! He s not answering. Let me try again. Oh no! I must speak to Romeo. I must speak to him before he finds out about Juliet. I must find him. Romeo! Romeo! I need some more herbal tea. Scene 9: Inside the Tomb The Friar said he would phone me. Come on! Why doesn t he phone me? I need to know what the plan is. I need to know what has happened. I ll phone him. Oh no, I don t have his number. He took my number, but I didn t take his. I ll just have to wait. Look, I bought this poison. If they catch me for killing Tybalt I will take this poison and die. I ll kill myself before they put me in prison! What s this? Wow, it s the Capulet s family tomb. Tybalt s in there. Poor Tybalt. I didn t want to kill him. But he killed Mercutio. Mercutio was my best friend. I will go in and say a last goodbye to Tybalt. Juliet? Oh my god! Juliet! What has happened? She s not breathing, she s dead! Oh Juliet! I loved you more than anyone else in the world, but now you re dead. I can t live without you Juliet. If you are dead then I will die, too. This will be our last kiss. (kisses her, drinks poison and dies.) (waking up) Romeo? Oh my god! Romeo, what have you done? You thought I was dead and now you are dead! Well, I can t live without you Romeo. I will kill myself, too. Have you left a little poison for me? No, none left! And on your lips. No, there isn t any poison on your lips either. Then with your knife. I will kill myself with your knife and finally we will be together. (She dies) Perhaps, Verona will be peaceful now. There s no sun this morning. Let s go home. Let s go home and remember this, the sad, sad story of Juliet and her Romeo. THE END This activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of Productions Romeo and Juliet.

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