That lack of success has made him noticeably lovelorn of late. Juliet suggests they get married and Romeo says he will do it the next day. Once he hears her name, Romeo comes to and inquires about his wife. Because they cannot profess their love openly, fate intervenes and causes Romeo to kill himself, believing Juliet is dead. Mercutio is a good friend to Romeo, Benvolio, and nearly everybody he meets—so long as they are not Capulets. He goes to her tomb to kill himself.
The death of Tybalt affects Lord Capulet deeply. How she obeys her parents at the beginning and then disobeys them at the end. She follows the Friar's advice. He begs Juliet to come with him, but she refuses. Father Laurence consents to wed the two, hoping that their union might bring peace to the feuding clans.
In the tomb, Romeo gazes on what he thinks is the dead body of his beloved, drinks the poison, and dies. Unfortunately, before their wedding night Romeo kills Juliet's cousin in a duel, and in the morning he is forced to leave her. While trying to shake off the effects of the drug he sees through an aquarium he is admiring. The Nurse interrupts them and sends Juliet to speak with her mother. Implying that he wants to marry them as quickly as possible. He will then write to Romeo, who will rescue her and take her to Mantua. Juliet is a young girl at the age of thirteen and unexperienced in love, but she gives her father her promise to try and make Paris like her when they meet at the ball.
Romeo calms Mercutio down and reveals one final bit of depressing news. In a life-or-death battle, Romeo wins and must run away. She says that if she cannot avoid this marriage, she will certainly kill herself. Together, the two can travel to Mantua where they can live out the rest of their days as simple folks. In a rage, Romeo kills Tybalt. Juliet sees her dead husband.
Lord Capulet enters and tells Juliet she will marry Paris in a few days. As Juliet does not want to get married to Paris, she visits Friar Lawrence and he offers her a drug that would put her in a deathlike coma for two and forty hours and promises to send a messenger for Romeo informing the plan, so that they could reunite when she wakes up. This leads to more rivalry among the family and leads Romeo to exile from Verona with a threat of being executed on return. Scene 4— Lord Capulet agrees to a marriage between Juliet and Paris. Romeo was to be informed of the plan via a messenger, who doesn't reach him in time. While Mercutio mocks Tybalt, Romeo himself shows up.
Juliet enters the cell, where she and Romeo exchange their vows of love. With the help of Juliet's Nurse, the lovers arrange to marry when Juliet goes for confession at the cell of Friar Laurence. An ideal opportunity for that opens up for them at the moment when they meet the servants from the other, rival, family — the Montagues. Late that night, Romeo enters the Capulet tomb, but is confronted by Paris, whom he fights and kills. Soon after, the head of the Capulet family plans a feast.
Juliet conspires with Romeo, telling him that if he wants they can be married the very next day. Capulet dispatches a servant with a list of people to invite to a masquerade and feast he traditionally holds. If he did not concoct a mystical potion to make Juliet appear dead, two lives could have been saved. He gives her a sleeping potion, which for a time will cause her to appear dead. Little is known about his life. In the end, the tragic death reunites the two families and breaks the long-lasting hatred. At the start it's tense as Juliet has not yet found out that Romeo is banished and Tybalt is dead.
Romeo insists that there are no other women for him, and Benvolio vows to prove him wrong. The play begins at Verona, with a street brawl between Montague and Capulet supporters, who are sworn as enemies to each other. Romeo tries to separate them, but Tybalt stabs and kills Mercutio under Romeo's arm. Romeo, in hiding at the Friar's cell, becomes hysterical at the news of his sentence and tries to kill himself, but the Friar promises to make Romeo's marriage to Juliet public and gain the Prince's pardon. Friar Lawrence informs Romeo that he has been banished from Verona and will be killed if he stays.