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Shakespeare Theatre Company: Romeo & Juliet

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Uploaded on Feb 5, 2010

Experience the hugely popular 2009 production of Romeo & Juliet at Shakespeare’s Globe, when it is screened in cinemas around the country this Valentine’s Day. For more information on participating cinemas, visit…

Filmed by Opus Arte

Holly Atkins: Lady Montague
Phil Cumbus: Mercutio
Adetomiwa Edun: Romeo
Jack Farthing: Benvolio
Miranda Foster: Lady Capulet
Ellie Kendrick: Juliet
James Lailey: Friar John / Sampson
Penny Layden: Nurse
Fergal McElherron: Peter / Gregory / Balthazar
Michael O’Hagan: Montague
Rawiri Paratene: Friar Laurence
Ukweli Roach: Tybalt
Ian Redford: Capulet
Tom Stuart: Paris
Graham Vick: Abraham / Apothecary
Andrew Vincent: Prince
William Lyons, Nicholas Perry, Arngeir Hauksson, Sharon Lindo: Musicians

Creative Team
Director: Dominic Dromgoole
Designer: Simon Daw
Composer: Nigel Hess
Choreographer: Sian Williams
Fight Director: Malcolm Ranson


Shakespeare Uncovered: PBS – Joseph Fiennes


SHAKESPEARE UNCOVERED | Joseph Fiennes on Romeo and Juliet’s Famous Balcony Scene | PBS


Published on Feb 11, 2015

Watch the full-length episode at… (US Only) The balcony scene is probably one of the most popular scenes known to general audiences. Joseph Fiennes, Professor Laurie Maguire and Professor Jonathan Bate dissect the famous lines that come with this scene… “Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?” Joseph Fiennes on Romeo and Juliet’s famous balcony scene.


Romeo & Juliet – The Balcony Scene – Prokoviev Ballet


Tamara Rojo and Carlos Acosta dancing the balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet ballet.

Romeo: Carlos Acosta


Romeo only — from BBC documentary

Shakespeare, “Romeo and Juliet”, Act 2 Scene 2, “What light through yonder window breaks?” – BBC

this terrific young actor is not identified, but he should be.

April 2011 BBC launched Off By Heart Shakespeare – a performance contest for 13-15 year olds to be filmed for a BBC Two documentary.

this site gives advice for learning to perform Shakespeare In



Romeo & Juliet – Balcony Scene – from the Ballet


this is from the La Scalla ballet production, 2000

Prokofiev – Romeo and Juliet / Corella · Ferri – Kenneth MacMillan (Teatro alla Scala 2000)