Romeo and Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet

star-crossed lovers die as teenagers. [Br. Lit.: Romeo and Juliet]

Romeo and Juliet

archetypal star-crossed lovers. [Br. Lit.: Romeo and Juliet]

Romeo and Juliet

young love springs up amidst family feud. [Br. Lit.: Romeo and Juliet]
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She lives with her mother, a faded tired woman who played Lady Capulet in a sort of magenta dressing-wrapper on the first night, and looks as if she had seen better days.
Scott Reid is a spirited and humorous Mercutio and Sara Lloyd-Gregory is a scene-stealer as she completely encapsulates the stiletto-wearing and chain-smoking Lady Capulet.
Scott Reid is a spirited and humorous Mercutio and Sara Lloyd-Gregory, as usual, is a scenestealer as she completely encapsulates the stilettowearing and chainsmoking Lady Capulet.
Rowen Price of Northboro, class of 2015, played Lady Capulet and was a student costume designer.
In fact, Romeo and Juliet was the last time the actress trod the boards in Liverpool, playing Lady Capulet in Lodestar's 2011 production.
Juliet's mother Lady Capulet is played as a rather cool, unemotional character, not involved with her daughter's preoccupations and too insensitive to see what is happening right under her nose.
A son of Sadler's Wells, who never quite cracked it in America despite his dominance elsewhere, he was out of an Irish 1,000 Guineas winner in Lady Capulet and had stayed true to his heritage by landing the 1991 National Stakes for Vincent O'Brien.
Leah Bracknell, best known for playing Zoe Tate in Emmerdale, is perfectly cast as Lady Capulet.
FAMILY AT WAR: Ruth McAllum as Lady Capulet, Philippa Cottle as Juliet and Darren Pratt as Capulet in Rugby Theatre's production of Romeo and Juliet
Ranked a soloist, she was cast in supporting roles--Queen of the Dryads in Don Quixote, Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet--and each season she received more leads: Mozartiana, Ballet Imperial, Swan Lake, Raymonda, La Bayadere.
In his chapter on Romeo and Juliet, for example, he ruminates on how performance can add "sex between the lines" to indicate amorous desire between various characters, from Lady Capulet and Tybalt to Romeo and Mercutio (158).