To-night she is Imogen," he answered, "and to-morrow night she will be Juliet
Lord Bulmer's sister, Juliet Bray, was coming slowly across the lawn, accompanied by one gentleman and followed by two others.
asked Juliet, indignantly shaking at him a horned and towering blue headdress of the fourteenth century which framed her face very becomingly, fantastic as it was.
He was recalled from his irrelevance by the voice of Juliet Bray, which rang out with an altogether new note of decision:
And as they reconciled themselves to their ridiculous trappings, a curious sensation had come over some of them, notably over the more sensitive, like Crane and Fisher and Juliet, but in some degree over everybody except the practical Mr.
He was in shabby and very old-fashioned evening-dress, with a narrow triangular opening of shirt-front: he had assumed it that evening in his original purpose of going to see his wife act Juliet
Belonged to the faction which affected to believe that there was no popular love for Shakespeare, to render whom palatable he arranged Romeo and Juliet
for the stage, with a double denouement--one serious, the other hilarious.
Even in the one, unique, tragedy of the period, 'Romeo and Juliet,' the main impression is not that of the predestined tragedy, but that of ideal youthful love, too gloriously radiant to be viewed with sorrow even in its fatal outcome.
Romeo and Juliet, 'Hamlet,' and indeed most of his plays, contain unnecessary scenes, interesting to the Elizabethans, which Sophocles as well as Racine would have pruned away.
IT could be seen as a rather brave move by Sherman Cymru's new artistic director, Rachel O'Riordan, to choose Romeo & Juliet
as her opening production - after all, this is something most of us have seen countless times.
His torture, and tears on finding his daughter Juliet
dead, as he believes, in her bed was so convincing that it pulled on the heartstrings.
However, the majority of the text focuses on Pearce's interpretation of Romeo and Juliet