Is occur Verona, Italia, where there's a continuing feud between your Montague and Capulet families. The play opens with servants from each house involved in a street brawl that eventually draws in the household patriarchs and also the city authorities, including Prince Escalus. The Prince finishes the conflict by giving a decree that forbids any more fighting at the chance of great punishment.
Meanwhile, Romeo, a youthful guy in the Montague house, laments his unrequited passion for a lady named Rosaline, that has vowed to stay chaste for that relaxation of her existence. Romeo and the friend Benvolio occur to stumble across a Capulet servant, Peter, who's attempting to read a listing of guests to some masked party in the Capulet house your evening. Romeo helps Peter browse the list and decides to go to the party because Rosaline is going to be there. He intends to put on a mask to ensure that he'll nobody will recognize him like a Montague.
Romeo gets to the Capulets' party in costume. He falls deeply in love with youthful Juliet Capulet as soon as he sees her. However, Juliet's cousin Tybalt recognizes Romeo and wishes to kill him around the place. The almighty Capulet intervenes, insisting that Tybalt not disturb the party since it will anger the Prince. Undeterred, Romeo silently approaches Juliet and confesses his passion on her. After swapping loving words, they hug.
Later on, Juliet's Nurse informs Romeo that Juliet is really a Capulet, which upsets the smitten kid. Meanwhile, Juliet is similarly troubled when she discovers that Romeo is really a Montague. Later that evening, Romeo increases your garden wall into Juliet's garden. Juliet emerges on her behalf balcony and talks her private ideas aloud. She wishes Romeo could shed his title and marry her. Upon hearing her confession, Romeo seems and informs Juliet he loves her. She alerts him to be real in the love, and that he swears by their own self that he'll be. Before they part, they agree that Juliet will be sending her Nurse to satisfy Romeo at nine o'clock the following day, after which he'll set a spot for these to be married.