William Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet (unabridged)

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William Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet (unabridged)

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22nd Oct 2004




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William Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet (unabridged)

Michael Sheen (Romeo), Kate Beckinsale (Juliet), Fiona Shaw (Nurse), Heathcote Williams (Friar Lawrence), Anton Lesser (Mercutio), Jasper Britton (Tybalt), Philip Madoc (Chorus), David Bradley (Capulet), Frances Barber (Lady Capulet), Edward de Souza (Montague), Judy Loe (Lady Montague), Ronan Vibert (Paris), Simon Harris (Benvolio)

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Romeo and Juliet is the play which, in English literature at least, effectively invented the modern love story. Its charm and its power derive from the romantic setting (Verona, an Italian Renaissance city), the youthful innocence and ardour of the lovers, and (perhaps crucially) the excitement and drama created by the opposition which they have to contend with, an opposition which does not simply stem from the older generation but which is starkly present in the feud between their two families and which seems to be supported by the malignity of Fate. The wit, tenderness, dramatic variety and poetic beauty of this play continue to work their spell: it has proved a perennial favourite inspiring, even in our century, works such as the musical West Side Story.

William Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet

Romeo And Juliet - The Prologue - Chorus

Act 1 Scene 1: A Street In Verona

Act 1 Scene 1: (Prince) Rebellious Subjects, Enemies To Peace

Act 1 Scene 1: (Montague) Who Set This Ancient Quarrel New Abroach?

Act 1 Scene 2: A Street

Act 1 Scene 3: A Room In Capulet's Mansion

Act 1 Scene 3: (Nurse) Even Or Odd, Of All The Days

Act 1 Scene 4: A Street Outside Capulet's Mansion

Act 1 Scene 4: (Mercutio) O Then I See Queen Mab Hath Been With You

Act 1 Scene 5: The Great Hall In Capulet's Mansion

Act 1 Scene 5: (Capulet) Welcome, Gentleman! Ladies That Have Their Toes

Act 1 Scene 5: (Romeo) If I Profane With My Unworthiest Hand

Act 1 Scene 5: (Chorus)

Act 2 Scene 1: Outside Capulet's Mansion

Act 2 Scene 2: Outside Capulet's Mansion

Act 2 Scene 3: Outside Friar Lawrence's Cell

Act 2 Scene 4: A Street In Verona

Act 2 Scene 4: (Nurse) I Pray you Sir What Saucy Merchant Was This...

Act 2 Scene 5: Capulet's Mansion

Act 2 Scene 6: Friar Lawrence's Cell

Act 3 Scene 1: Verona, A Public Place

Act 3 Scene 1: (Prince) Where Are The Vile Beginners Of This Fray

Act 3 Scene 2: Juliet's Bedroom

Act 3 Scene 2: (Juliet) Shall I Speak Ill Of Him That Is My Husband

Act 3 Scene 3: Friar Lawrence's Cell

Act 3 Scene 3: (Romeo) 'Tis Torture, And Not Mercy.

Act 3 Scene 3: (Friar Lawrence) Hold Thy Desperate Hand!

Act 3 Scene 4: Capulet's Mansion

Act 3 Scene 5: Juliet's Bedroom

Act 3 Scene 5: (Lady Capulet) Ho, Daughter, Are You up?

Act 3 Scene 5: (Capulet) When The Sun Sets, The Earth Doth Drizzle Dew

Act 3 Scene 5: (Juliet) O God! - O Nurse , How Shall This Be Prevented?

Act 4 Scene 1: Friar Lawrence's Cell

Act 4 Scene 1: (Friar Lawrence) Hold Then, Go Home, Be Merry, Give Consent

Act 4 Scene 2: Capulet's Mansion

Act 4 Scene 3: Juliet's Mansion

Act 4 Scene 4: A Room In Capulet's Mansion

Act 4 Scene 5: Juliet's Bedroom

Act 4 Scene 5: (Friar Lawrence) Come, Is The Bride Ready To Go To Church?

Act 5 Scene 1: A Street In Mantua

Act 5 Scene 1: (Apothecary) Who Calls So Loud?

Act 5 Scene 2: Friar Lawrence's Cell

Act 5 Scene 3: A Churchyard Outside The Tomb Of The Capulets

Act 5 Scene 3: (Romeo) How oft when men are at the point of death

Act 5 Scene 3: (Friar Lawrence) Saint Francis be my speed! How oft tonight

Act 5 Scene 3: (Prince) What misadventure is so early up

Act 5 Scene 3: (Friar Lawrence) I will be brief, for my short date of breath

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