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Subject: Romeo & Juliet (1597)

Written By: Early2010sGuy on 03/12/19 at 1:01 am

What was your least and most favourite scenes of the story, and who were your favourite characters? This story might be cheesy to some of you guys, but it's not 100% bad, it has some good parts.

SPOILER ALERT!!!

My least favourite scene was when Romeo and Juliet both killed themselves (Doesn't everybody get sad or mad at this scene?), and my personal favourite scene was when Juliet was at the Balcony, and Romeo was way below her, and at first, Juliet talks about her love with Romeo out loud, while Romeo eavesdropped, and then it turned into a conversation, which I found kinda cute.

My Personal favourite character: Either Mercuito or Benvolio
My Least favourite character: Tybalt

Subject: Re: Romeo & Juliet (1597)

Written By: violet_shy on 03/19/19 at 4:05 pm

I played Juliet in this voice acting dialogue. This is the death scene. I did ok lol but I feel I over did myself. Romeo is played by Josh Moret. We performed this at the Providence Performing arts on January 5th 2019. I am on at 2:00 minutes into the scene. I hope you all like it!

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Subject: Re: Romeo & Juliet (1597)

Written By: CatwomanofV on 03/19/19 at 4:48 pm

Romeo & Juliet is classic (like ALL of Shakespeare's plays). When I was about 3 years old, I remember my grandmother reciting from it which has always stayed with me-but I would recite it this way: "Good-night, good-night. Parting is such sweet sorrow that I shall say good-night until it be tomorrow". (Instead of "...until it be morrow." ) But, as a 3 year old, I was given a pass. It wasn't until high school when I actually READ the play that I realized that I had been saying it wrong all those years.

R&J isn't my favorite Shakespeare play. I actually prefer A Mid Summer's Night Dream.


Cat

Subject: Re: Romeo & Juliet (1597)

Written By: Philip Eno on 03/20/19 at 12:53 am

At school, I was forced to study the plays and sonnets of William Shakespeare, and was, at the time, bored to death, but now I am interested and wish to see a filmed version of each play.

At school, I was told briefly about "Romeo and Juliet", but the main play I was taught on was "Richard II", one of the lesser royal plays, with the chance to see it live on stage.

Subject: Re: Romeo & Juliet (1597)

Written By: Early2010sGuy on 03/20/19 at 12:58 am


I played Juliet in this voice acting dialogue. This is the death scene. I did ok lol but I feel I over did myself. Romeo is played by Josh Moret. We performed this at the Providence Performing arts on January 5th 2019. I am on at 2:00 minutes into the scene. I hope you all like it!

fHS4U4_r4kw


That was amazing! Love how both of you put a lot of effort into the acting scene, I love the dramatic effect of your voice in the performance too, it could make an audience real emotional  ;)

Subject: Re: Romeo & Juliet (1597)

Written By: Early2010sGuy on 03/20/19 at 12:59 am


Romeo & Juliet is classic (like ALL of Shakespeare's plays). When I was about 3 years old, I remember my grandmother reciting from it which has always stayed with me-but I would recite it this way: "Good-night, good-night. Parting is such sweet sorrow that I shall say good-night until it be tomorrow". (Instead of "...until it be morrow." ) But, as a 3 year old, I was given a pass. It wasn't until high school when I actually READ the play that I realized that I had been saying it wrong all those years.

R&J isn't my favorite Shakespeare play. I actually prefer A Mid Summer's Night Dream.


Cat


Oh cool!  :)

Subject: Re: Romeo & Juliet (1597)

Written By: Philip Eno on 03/20/19 at 5:04 am

I just want to go to Verona in Italy to see the balcony for that famous scene.

Subject: Re: Romeo & Juliet (1597)

Written By: violet_shy on 03/20/19 at 12:53 pm


That was amazing! Love how both of you put a lot of effort into the acting scene, I love the dramatic effect of your voice in the performance too, it could make an audience real emotional  ;)


Thank you!! I actually cried throughout the entire scene. Thanks to Romeo lol.

Subject: Re: Romeo & Juliet (1597)

Written By: Early2010sGuy on 03/20/19 at 5:17 pm


Thank you!! I actually cried throughout the entire scene. Thanks to Romeo lol.


Lol

But yeah, act 3 was the turning point though, when Tybalt killed Mercuito, and Romeo killed Tybalt, and got banished, and Juliet got really upsey

Subject: Re: Romeo & Juliet (1597)

Written By: violet_shy on 03/25/19 at 2:17 pm


Lol

But yeah, act 3 was the turning point though, when Tybalt killed Mercuito, and Romeo killed Tybalt, and got banished, and Juliet got really upsey


When they meet and fall in love...*sigh*

Subject: Re: Romeo & Juliet (1597)

Written By: Philip Eno on 04/10/19 at 3:11 am

Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

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