The father of Romeo
The mother of Romeo
The son of Montague
The nephew of Montague and friend of Romeo
The servant of Romeo
The servant of Montague
The father of Juliet
The mother of Juliet
The daughter of Capulet
The nephew of Capulet
The 'nanny' of Juliet
The servant to the Nurse
The servant of Capulet
The ruler of Verona
A relative to the Prince and friend of Romeo
The priest that marries Romeo and Juliet secretly
A young nobleman asking for Juliet's hand
An unseen character as well as a niece of Capulet
Main scene of Romeo and Juliet
A poem with fourteen lines, that have ten syllables
A poetic form that consists of five iambs
A poem or stanza written in four lines
A poem or stanza with two lines
The people to whom the poem is directed
Usually a character the writer has taken on within the poem
Set of stressed, unstressed syllables
Set of stressed, stressed syllables
A group of lines forming the basic recurring metrical unit in a poem
A concentrated and heightened form of language, produced through rhythm and sound
The language of everyday speech
This male is from the House of Capulet and he bites his thumb at people
This man is Romeo's cousin
This Capulet kills Mercutio
This man is a Capulet and he forces his daughter into marriage
This Capulet lady has a daughter engaged to Paris
This lord has a son who kills Tybalt
This lady dies of grief from her son's death
This Montague talks of fairies and dies because of Tybalt
This Capulet is very talkitive and thinks Paris is a good suitor
This man comes up with the plan to reunite Romeo and Juliet
This man was in charge of delivering the message of the plan to Romeo ( he failed to do so)
This person dies because he killed Mercutio
This person's last request was to be laid with Juliet
This Montague died of posion
This person died of a dagger wound
This person sold Romeo posion
This person has a name that rhymes with rinse
This person can't read and asks Romeo for help
Son of MONTAGUE
Montague coursin of ROMEO
Montague servant to ROMEO
Sells poison to ROMEO
Carries message to FRIAR LAWRENCE
Father of ROMEO
Franciscan who marries ROMEO & JULIET
Daughter of CAPULET
Mother of ROMEO
Father of JULIET
Prince of Verona
Capulet cousin of JULIET
Count to wed JULIET
Woman who ROMEO is in love with
Capulet servant #2
Capulet servant to JULIET
ROMEO'S best friend
Capulet servant to the NURSE
Functions as Narrator
The Priest that married Romeo & Juliet
The city in which the story takes place
Caretaker of Juliet
Who Romeo loved before Juliet
Juliet's quick tempered cousin
The man who was stabbed by Tybalt under Romeo's arm
The man who Paris asked permission for Juliet's hand in marriage
The servant who brings Romeo false news of Juliet's death
Son of Lady & Lord Montague
Daughter of Lady & Lord Capulet
The person who wanted to marry Juliet
What Romeo took to end his life
What Juliet used to kill herself
Who bites their thumb
“You kiss by the ________”
Romeo’s suicide method.
The Prologue is written in this poetic form.
“Do you bite your_________ at us sir?”
Act II scene II is also known as the __________ scene.
Juliet stabs herself with a __________.
He throws a party in Act One.
Where does Romeo go when he is banished?
Mercutio calls Tybalt the King of ______.
Friar Laurence hopes this will end if Romeo and Juliet marry.
Who wrote Romeo and Juliet?
Romeo is ______ after killing Tybalt.
Romeo’s last name.
Juliet's last name.
In Act Three, the Nurse tells Juliet she’s better off with __________.
He has a speech about Queen Mab.
“_________art thou Romeo?”
“I am ________’s fool!”
This disease caused Friar John to not deliver the letter.
Romeo’s love at the beginning of the play.
Who marries Romeo and Juliet?
Romeo and Juliet are _______________ lovers.
Location of the play
He and Sampson open the play.
“Then I ________ you stars!”
Juliet is closer to her _______ than her mother.