Romeo and Juliet Characters (Capulet's (Juliet: Lord and Lady…
Romeo and Juliet Characters
Lord Montague: Wealthy nobleman of Verona and enemy to Lord Capulet
Lord Montague still wants to fight even though he is an old man
Lady Montague: Lord Montague's wife
Lady Montague died because she was so upset about Romeo's banishment from Verona
Romeo: Lord and Lady Montague's son
Romeo drank a potion/poison that killed him because he thought that Juliet was dead and he wanted to join her.
Romeo was married to Juliet by Friar Lawrence
Romeo killed Tybalt in order to avenge Mercutio
Benvolio: Lord Montague's nephew, Romeo's cousin and friend
Benvolio recognized that Romeo was distressed that Rosaline did not love him.
Abram: A servant
Lord Capulet: Wealthy nobleman of Verona and enemy to Lord Montague
Lord Capulet attempts to force Juliet into marrying Paris because he didn't know that she was already married to Romeo
Lady Capulet: Lord Capulet's wife
Juliet: Lord and Lady Capulet's daughter
Juliet dies by stabbing herself with Romeo's dagger when she wakes up in the Capulet tomb and discovers that Romeo drank a poison the caused him to die.
Juliet was married to Romeo by Friar Lawrence
Tybalt: Lady Capulet's nephew, Juliet's cousin
Tybalt kills Mercutio in a duel that Romeo attempted to stop
Old man: Elderly relative of the family
Nurse: Servant who has cared for Juliet since infancy
Nurse suggested that Juliet abandon her marriage with Romeo since he was said to be a murderer.
Peter: The Nurse's servant
Peter fetched many things for nurse
Chorus: Actor who speaks directly to the audience to introduce the play
Prince Escalus: Ruler of Verona
Prince was in charge of deciding who was guilty for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet
Count Paris: Relative of the prince and suitor to Juliet
Paris was killed by Romeo in the Capulet tomb.
Mercutio: Relative of the prince and Romeo's friend
Mercutio died in a battle with Tybalt
Friar Lawrence: Catholic priest of the order of Franciscans and a pharmacist
Friar Lawrence married Juliet to Romeo in hopes that it would settle the two families feuds, which it did in the end
Apothecary: Pharmacist in Mantua
Apothecary gave Romeo a drug capable if killing twenty men in return for money when Romeo was banished to Mantua and discovered Juliet's "death"
Page: Servant to Paris
Page ran to get help when he heard Paris and Romeo fighting in the Capulet tomb
Musicians did not want to play music at Juliet's funeral because they were expecting to play for a wedding
Was supposed to give Romeo the letter with the "plan" but due to plague he did not make it in time
OFFICERS AND CITIZENS OF VERONA, RELATIVES OF BOTH FAMILIES, MASKERS, OFFICERS, GUARDS, WATCHMEN, SERVANTS, AND ATTENDANTS.