Romeo and Juliet
"Two households . . . in fair Verona" are rival families, wanting nothing to do with one another. And yet, when Romeo sneaks into a party at Juliet's house, the two young people meet, fall in love, and change their families' history forever.
Based on the opera by Charles Gounod, the play by William Shakespeare, and every tale of forbidden love the world over, this adaptation of the classic Romeo and Juliet story deals with the timeless themes of love, justice, compassion and more.
With two possible endings, the audience can choose which they prefer or leave it up to fate, having the audience vote on which ending they wish in real time.
This performance is made possible by generous gifts from The Shakespeare Round Table and The Marjorie Conrad Estate.