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.
Surprisingly, though, he casts her mainly in contemporary work and in supporting roles like Myrtha and Lady Capulet in Romeo & Juliet.
The vitriol and hatred between Lord and Lady Capulet (Anthony Head and Zuleikha Robinson) and Lord Montague (Grant Bowler) has spread to the streets since their beloved children were found dead.
One concluded that at least some of the rhetoric could be seen as a result of the tug-of-war of love between Lady Capulet and Juliet's other mother, the Nurse ("She's dead, deceased.
The liaison between Lady Capulet and her nephew Tybalt was emphasized to make way for an emotional end to Act 2.
Even after hanging up her pointe shoes, our danseuse Liza Macuja-Elizalde obliged her fans by appearing (in high heels) as Lady Capulet, the mother of Juliet (played to standing ovation by Abigail Lynn Oliveiro).
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.
Rowen Price of Northboro, class of 2015, played Lady Capulet and was a student costume designer.
While Natascha McElhone's Lady Capulet and Stellan Skarsgard's Prince are largely functional here, Lord Capulet gets a splendidly self-deluded reading from Damian Lewis, a Royal Shakespeare Company veteran whose credits include Jonathan Kent's 1995 staging of "Hamlet" and the BBC's 2005 TV adaptation of "Much Ado About Nothing"; his mastery is more than apparent.
In the intensive picking and choosing, such characters as Paris, Lady Capulet and Benvolio were cut, and the infamous "Queen Mab" speech came from Gounod rather than Shakespeare.