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Romeo and Juliet

September 13, 1967 | The Royal Shakespeare Company
Directed by: Karolos Koun | Literature: William Shakespeare | Production Design: Timothy O'Brien
An age-old vendetta between two powerful families erupts into bloodshed. A young lovesick Romeo Montague (Ian Holm) falls instantly in love with Juliet Capulet (Estelle Kohler), who is due to marry her father’s choice, the County Paris (John Bell). With the help of Juliet’s nurse, the women arrange for the couple to marry the next day, but Romeo’s attempt to halt a street fight leads to the death of Juliet’s own cousin, Tybalt (Ian Hogg), for which Romeo is banished. In a desperate attempt to be reunited with Romeo, Juliet follows the Friar’s plot and fakes her own death.
Cast: Ian Holm (Romeo), Estelle Kohler (Juliet), Mike Billington (Abram), David Kincaid (Anthony), William Eedle (Apothecary), Ray Callaghan (Balthasar), David Weston (Benvolio), Nicholas Selby (Capulet), Michael Jayston (Chorus), Bruce Myers (Clown), Jeffery Dench (Escalus), Peter Rocca (Friar John), Sebastian Shaw (Friar Laurence), Peter Gordon (Gregory), Sheila Allen (Lady Capulet), Clare Kelly (Lady Montague), Norman Rodway (Mercutio), Hector Ross (Montague), Louis Mahoney (Musician 1), Dallas Adams (Musician 2), Colin McCormack (Musician 3), Elizabeth Spriggs (Nurse), Terence Greenidge (Old Capulet), Alton Kumalo (Page), John Bell (Paris), Richard Moore (Peter), Oscar James (Potpan), Phillip Hinton (Sampson), Ian Hogg (Tybalt), Christopher Bond, Ann Constant, Amaryllis Garnett, Don Henderson, Patricia Hope, Edward Lyon, Gerald McNally, Helen Mirren, Lynn Moore, Matthew O’Sullivan, Roger Lloyd Pack, Matthew Robertson, Katherine Stark, Ted Valentine, James Vallon, Anna Volska, Richard Williams
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