Lady Capulet Lady Capulet, she seems nice, but we do not see a lot of her.
Lady Capulet tried to stop her husband from beating Juliet and being generally abusive but failed.
I believe that Shakespeare set this play in Verona Because the play was originally based on a poem Of an Italian couple ‘Romeus and Juliet’ I think that Shakespeare did not want to ruin the Italian setting and so set his play in Verona Italy.
This is a very nice area to set the play but I do not think that Shakespeare could of set the play as well as it could have been.
The swords are substituted with the guns, the ancient costumes with jeans and shirts.
The art director Catherine Martin didn’t have any lack of materials, since the 20th century brought a great variety of heels, lighters, shirts, bikers, rockers, leather, tattoos, piercing, etc....
The tragedy/romantic story of Romeo and Juliet revolves heavily on the idea of fate and fortune.
In Act 3, Scene 1, Page 7 Romeo says his famous quote “Oh, I am fortune’s fool!
The family consists of Lady Capulet, Capulet, Juliet, and Tybalt.
Capulet Capulet is a big abusive man who likes to show off his priorities, and does not like not getting his own way.