Romeo and Juliet Revised by Daniel Glenn

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About The Play

Dramedy. 10-15 minutes. 2-20 females, 2-20 males (7-25 performers possible). Suitable for high school and older performers, middle school and older audiences.

Special note: the play's title is Romeo and Juliet Revised, and it displays this way in the scripts and will do so on the new YouthPLAYS website, coming in early 2016. Coding limitations prevent it from displaying this way on the current website, but we like to think you'll be in for a nifty surprise when you get your script!

Premiered at the Johns Creek Shakespeare Festival (Johns Creek, GA).

Printed Script: $5.95 (contains special author commentary). Digital Perusal Script: $5.75. Performance Royalties: $20.00/performance. Production Photocopy License: $25.00 (PDF file that may be printed/copied for your cast/crew; must be purchased in conjunction with Performance Royalties). Classroom Photocopy License: $25.00 (PDF file that may be printed/copied for closed classroom study only). Limited Video License: $25.00 (permission to record your production with limited distribution; must be purchased in conjunction with Performance Royalties). Professional rights should be negotiated directly with YouthPLAYS at info@youthplays.com. Need detailed help? Click on Place an Order and then look for the blue What Do I Order? button!

Synopsis

William Shakespeare has seen the future, and it isn't pretty. It's full of sound and fury, and the last thing it needs is a play about two beautiful young people killing themselves. So he sets about rewriting his beloved tragedy. After a series of false starts that include—among others—a high school guidance counselor, a Dickensian urchin and a bereaved puppy, with the help of his wife, Anne, he finally finds the perfect ending for his play.

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Did You Know?


Anne G’Fellers-Mason performs in her hometown’s historic cemetery every fall to raise money for tombstone preservation.