Joan Kemp-Welch's version of Shakespeare's classic Romeo and Juliet follows the original storyline faithfully. The star crossed lovers meet at a masquerade ball, fall in love, and learn that their feuding families will never allow them to live their lives together. Eventually, through a series of misunderstandings and lies, the pair plays out their tragic fate. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
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Very authentic, and I believe it's totally uncut, which is nice. This production is not expansive, like we're used to nowadays--it's closer to a staged play production (more like Shakespeare had in mind when he wrote it). It did feel sometimes stuffy and wooden. But, still, one of the most beautiful stories of all time!