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Romeo and Juliet Review Game

Round 1

Say My Name
100 I’m Juliet’s Cousin
Tybalt
200 I’m Romeo’s Cousin
Benvolio
300 I’m Romeo’s Best Friend
Mercutio
400 I’m Romeo’s Servant
Balthasar
500 I bite my thumb at the Montagues
Sampson

Don’t Kill the Messenger


100 Who gives Romeo the news that Juliet is dead?
Balthasar
200 Name one person who is arrested after Romeo and Juliet are discovered dead.
Balthasar & Friar Lawrence
300 Why doesn’t Friar John make it to Mantua to deliver Friar Lawrence’s message?
He was quarantined because he was thought to have been exposed to the plague.
400 How long is the nurse gone when Juliet sends her to Romeo to arrange their marriage?
Three hours
500 Who decides to wait in the cemetery for his master, even though he was told to leave?
Balthasar

All You Need is Love


100 Why is Romeo sad when the play opens?
Because he loves Rosaline and she doesn’t love him back
200 Where do Romeo and Juliet meet?
At the Capulet’s masquerade ball
300 Why does Friar Lawrence agree to marry Romeo and Juliet?
Because he thinks it might end the feud between the families
400 What does Lady Capulet tell Juliet to do at the party?
Look at Paris and see if she could fall in love with him
500 What advice does the Nurse give Juliet after Romeo is banished?
Forget about Romeo and marry Paris

Who said it?


100 “Good night, good night! Parting is such sweet sorrow / That I shall say good night till it be morrow.”
Juliet
200 “My child is yet a stranger in the world, / She hath not seen the change of fourteen years; / Let two more
summers wither in their pride / Ere we may think her ripe to be a bride.”
Capulet
300 “If love be rough with you, be rough with love.”
Mercutio
400 “A plague a both your houses! / They have made worms’ meat of me.”
Mercutio
500 “For Mercutio’s soul / Is but a little way above our head. / Staying for thine to keep him company. / Either
thou or I or both, must go with him.
Romeo
Who are you talking to?
100 “My child is yet a stranger in the world, / She hath not seen the change of fourteen years; / Let two more
summers wither in their pride / Ere we may think her ripe to be a bride.”
Lord Capulet to Paris
200 “Young men’s love then lies / Not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes.”
Friar to Romeo
300 “These times of woe, afford no time to woo.”
Paris to Friar
400 “Your looks are pale and wild and do import some misadventure.”
Balthasar to Romeo
500 “From forth the fatal loins of these two foes, a pair of star-crossed lovers take their lives.”
Prologue/Chorus to Audience
Round 2

Who is my master? Am I on the Capulet side, the Montague side, or am I neutral?


200 Balthasar
Montague
400 Sampson
Capulet
600 Peter
Capulet
800 Gregory
Capulet
1000 Abram
Montague

What does it mean?


200 star cross’d lovers
It is their fate to be together
400 Wherefore art thou, Romeo?
Why are you named Romeo, and a Montague?
600 Shrift
Confession
800 I’ll look to like, if looking liking move.
Juliet will try to fall in love with Paris
1000 “I defy you stars.”
Oh fate, you’re so awful! I don’t want to listen to you!

Time Flies
200 On what day of the week does Romeo meet Juliet?
Sunday
400 On what day of the week does Romeo marry Juliet?
Monday
600 How long will Friar Lawrence’s potion make Juliet appear dead?
42 hours
800 When Capulet first plans the wedding of Paris and Juliet, what day is the marriage scheduled for?
Thursday
1000 On what day does Juliet turn 14?
July 31/ Lammastide or Lammas Eve

Who did it?


200 Who killed Tybalt?
Romeo
400 Who killed Mercutio?
Tybalt
600 Who killed Paris?
Romeo
800 Who persuades Romeo to attend the masquerade ball?
Benvolio
1000 Who proposes that a gold statue of Juliet be built in Verona?
Montague
Who said it? II
200 “For never was a story of more woe, Than this of Juliet and her Romeo”
Prince
400 “I beg for justice, which thou, Prince must give. Romeo slew Tybalt, Romeo must not live.”
Lady Capulet
600 “Young men’s love then lies / Not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes.”
Friar Lawrence
800 “These violent delights have violent ends”
Friar
1000 “Affliction is enamored of thy parts, / And thou art wedded to calamity.”
Friar Lawrence

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