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Romeo and Juliet Timeline

  • .Act I Scene i

    Capulet's and Montague's are at War. Verona, Italy, The Capulet family and the Montague family have been at war for quite sometime now. Nobody in town likes these families because they always fight. There has already been three big brawls, and the prince says if another one happens again then someone will be banished.
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    Romeo and Juliet

    Act I through V
  • Act I Scene ii

    Paris wants to marry Juliet. Paris wants to marry fourteen year old Juliet, but her father Capulet does not want her married quite yet. He says that PAris may court her, and then marry Juliet in two summers.
  • Act I scene iv

    Mercutio, Romeo, and Benvolio go to the Capulet's party. The three boys start off in Capulet's courtyard fighting about Queen Mab, because Romeo had a dream.
  • Act I Scene v

    Capulet's party, when Romeo was at the party he met Juliet and they fell in love. Tybalt wanted to just kill Romeo at this point, but Capulet just let them be.
  • Act II Scene ii

    Capulet courtyard, Romeo and Juliet are talking about there love and they decide they want to get married.
  • Quote Act II Scene i

    "If love be blind, love cannot hit the mark."
    - Mercutio
  • Quote Act I Scene iv

    "O, then I see Queen Mab hath been with you."
    - Mercutio
  • Act II Scene v

    Capulet orchard, the nurse went to see Romeo to see if it was official that Romeo and Juliet were to get married and he said yes.
  • Act II Scene vi

    At the Friar's cell, Romeo and Juliet get married by Romeo's friend the Friar. In this scene their death is foreshadowed at their wedding.
  • Act III Scene iii

    At the Friar's cell, Romeo is hidding out, because he had just killed Tybalt. The Friar tells Romeo that he has been banished and Friar makes a plan.
  • Quote Act III Scene ii

    "Tybalt is dead, and Romeo- banished."
  • Act III Scene i

    In a public place, Mercutio, Romeo, and Benvolio were just hanging out. Tybalt then shows up, Tybalt is angry with Romeo, but Romeo doesn't want to fight with Tybalt, because they are now family, because Romeo and Juliet had gotten married. Tybalt and Mercutio start fighting, and Tybalt stabs Mercutio. Tybalt runs away, while Romeo and Benvolio are trying to help Mercutio while he is dying. After a short while Mercutio dies and Romeo is furious. Tybalt shows up again and Romeo kills Tybalt.
  • Act III Scene v

    Capulet's orchard, Capulet tells Juliet that she has to marry Paris. Juliet does not want to marry Paris, because she is in love and married with Romeo. Juliet tells her father that she does not wish to marry. Capulet then gets very angry, and tells Juliet if she does not marry then she will be banished. Juliet tells her father that she will marry, but she really is not going to.
  • Act III Scene iv

    A room in the Capulet's house, Paris and Capulet are conversating and Capulet tells Paris that he is now allowed to marry Juliet. It was Monday and Capulet says that they can get married Thursday. Capulet is only letting Paris marry Juliet, because Tybalt was the heir, but now he is dead. Juliet is Capulet and Lady Capulet's only child, and a women can not inheiret, so they are trying to marry Juliet off a soon as possible.
  • Act IV Scene i

    At the Friar's cell, Juliet goes to see the Friar for him to help her. Juliet does not know what to do to avoid the marriage of her and Paris. The Friar makes a plan for Juliet. The Friar gives Juliet a potion to take before she falls asleep. When her parents come to wake her up she will look dead, but she really is not. Her parents will then throw her in the tomb and then the Friar will come get her. Juliet and Romeo will then run away to Mantua together.
  • Act IV Scene iv

    A hall in the Capulets house, Capulet, Lady Capulet are all preparing for the wedding, because it is tomorrow. Juliet takes the potion right before bed.
  • Quote Act IV Scene v

    "Alack, my childis dead, and with my child my joys are buried!"
    -Lord Capulet
  • Act IV Scene v

    In Juliet's chamber, Lady Capulet told the nurse to wake up Juliet. When the nurse walked in, she had found Juliet dead. The nurse cally Lady Capulet up, and she had discovered her daughter dead. Then Capulet walked in too she what all the commotion was about.
  • Act V Scene i

    A street in Mantua, Balthasar tells Romeo that Juliet is dead. Then Romeo makes a plan is his head that he is going to kill himself. Romeo goes to the Apotheary, and the Apotheary sells Romeo a posion.
  • Act V Scene ii

    Friar's cell, John comes in and tells the Friar that he was not able to deliver the letter to Romeo. At this pont the Friar makes a new plan, where he will show up at Juliet's tomb when she awakens and take her to his cell, when Romeo gets there Romeo and Juliet will move to Mantua together.
  • Act V Scene iii part three

    The Friar explains everything. The Friar takes the blame for everything, but the Prince blames it on the families, because they fought all the time. The families end up making peace in the tomb and that is the end.
  • Act V Scene iii part one

    The churchyard, at the monument of the Capulet's. Paris was the first one to pay respects to Juliet's grave, and PAris is expressing how much he really loved her. Paris hears Romeo approaching, Paris thinks Romeo is here to ruin the bodies of Tybalt and Juliet to make the Capulet's even more upset. Paris tells Romeo to leave, Romeo refuses and they get in a sword fight. Romeo ends up killing Paris. Romeo lays beside Juliet and drinks the potion.
  • Act V Scene iii part two

    About a half an hour later the Friar shows up, he sees Romeo dead and Paris. Then Juliet wakes up the Friar telling her that Romeo is dead and so is Paris, and that he has a new plan to make her a nun, so no one will know that you were not actually dead. The Friar hears the Head Watchman coming so he leaves. Then Juliet tries to drink what is left of the posion, but there is none, so she stabs herself with a dagger. The Chief Watchman calls the Prince, Capulets, Montague, and Friar.
  • Quote Act V Scene iii

    "For never was a story of more woethan this of Juliet and her Romeo."