Scene 4 summary:

Act 1, Scene 4
Location: Outside Capulets house
Characters: Romeo, Benvolio, Mercutio
Time: Sunday evening
Events: Romeo tells Mercutio and Benvolio what happened in his dream, he dreamt of something bad something like death that was going to happen at the party. Mercutio tells Romeo that dreams mean nothing and that people dream all the time.
Quote: “I fear too early for my minds misgives some consequence yet hanging in the stars”- Romeo

Scene 2 Summary:

Act 1, Scene 2
Location: 
A street n Verona
Characters: Capulet, Paris, Servant, Benvolio, and Romeo
Time: Saturday afternoon
Events: Pairs asks Capulet to marry his daughter but Capulet says no because Juliet won’t have a say in it. Capulet decides to have a party and sends the servant to give out the invites but the servant can’t read so he comes across Romeo in the street and asks for his help. Romeo looks at the list and sees that Rosaline was going so he decides to go for his pleasure.
Quotes: “I’ll go along no such sight to be shown, But to rejoice in splendor of mine own”- Romeo

 

Scene 1 Summary:

Act 1, Scene 1
Location: A street in Verona
Characters: Capulet boys, Montagues, Benvolio, Tybalt, Capulet, Lady Capulet, Prince, Montagues, Lady Montague, Romeo.
Time: Saturday Afternoon
Events: The prime minister intercedes on a street brawl between Benvolio and Tybalt and their men. He will put to death anyone who brawls again on the streets. Montagues sends Benvolio to find out why Romeo is so sad. Romeo loves a woman who does not love him back. Benvolio advises him to seek other women.
Quote: Tut, I have lost myself, I am not here, This is not Romeo, he’s some other where

Scene 1 Interpretation

Devani: Oh no here comes the athletes
Jemimah: My cash is out I will get there before them
Devani:  How! We need to turn back and run
Jemimah: Racks off, I am not scared
Devani: Well I am
Jemimah: Let’s just go and not cause a scene
Devani: Fine, I will just glare
Jemimah: I will get to push to the front of the line and they will not bear it

Raveena and Victoria enter

Ravenna: Did you just push in front
Jemimah: I did just push I front
Ravenna: Did you just push in front of us!
(aside to Devanni)– what do i say Yes or No
Devanni: No
Jemimah: No Ravenna I did just push in front just not in front of you
Devanni: Do you fight
Raveena: fight? no way
Jemimah: If you want to fight, i will fight you
Raveena: No better
Jemimah: well
Devanni: say better here comes her comes another one of us
Jemimah: Yes better
Raveena: Lier
Devanni: Your asking for it

They fight


Stacy enters

Stacy: Why are you wasting your time on these losers when you know you’re to good for them?

They stop fighting

Principal enters

Principal: Stop fighting you have more warning till your expelled
Stacy: I am just trying to keep the peace either let us go in front or fight
Principal: What? you say ypu are goint to fight but talk about peace? I hate the word peace like i hate hell, you all have detention now.
Everyone: Fight

 

 

 

 

Romeo and Juliet

Two households, both alike in dignity,- Two familes alike in power
In fair Verona, where we lay our scene,- Verona where we live
From ancient grudge break to new mutiny,- A long lasting family feud 
Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean.- The town is involved in the grudge 
From forth the fatal loins of these two foes- Two lovers born into death
A pair of star-cross’d lovers take their life; –Two lovers kill themselves 
Whose misadventured piteous overthrows-  The parents pity over there childrens death
Do with their death bury their parents’ strife.– The death causing the strife the end
The fearful passage of their death-mark’d love– The death of them marked love
And the continuance of their parents’ rage,– And the strife still continues 
Which, but their children’s end, nought could remove– But the death of there children did not end the strife
Is now the two hours’ traffic of our stage; -This is going to be the story of on our stage 
The which if you with patient ears attend,– patiently you listen 
What here shall miss, our toil shall strive to mend– And here we try to mend the strife