About the Play Two young people fall headlong in love the moment they meet – but their families are bitter enemies, locked in a longstanding feud that has newly erupted into violence in the streets. Some of Shakespeare’s most gorgeous language suffuses this intensely romantic tale of stolen bliss, wrenching separation and tragic twists of fate.
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Ready to order? Click the date you’d like to book in the calendar above right. Or, to browse the complete performance schedule for this production, click on "Calendar" (above the photo), then use the tools to narrow your search. If you require assistance with your order, just call our box office at 1.800.567.1600. Audience AdvisorySuitable for all audiences but of most interest to those aged 10 and up. The action includes swordplay and gunshots.You May Also Want to See: Blithe Spirit to explore themes of love and death, or Fiddler on the Roof, another examination of the theme of repression and rebellion.OtherWe will be offering Audio Described performances of Romeo & Juliet on Friday, July 19, 2:00 p.m. and Sunday, September 22, 2:00 p.m. Listen to a description of this show and its audio described performance. Please click here for more details about our audio described performance program.
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