Romeo and Juliet Essay | How Would You Direct the Two Scenes of Act II Scene V and Act III Scene I of "Romeo and Juliet?"

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How Would You Direct the Two Scenes of Act II Scene V and Act III Scene I of "Romeo and Juliet?"

Summary: This essay is about how to direct the two scenes of Act II Scene V and Act III Scene I of "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare.
In order to determine how Act two scene five and Act three scene one should be directed it is important to consider the following factors the social and historical influences, cultural context, patterns of words and images, stagecraft, audience appeal, moral philosophical and social issues, structure and finally contemporary appeal.

For Act two scene five the setting would be in a small confined cell of a church, it would be a private intimate place where no one would be able to over hear conversations. This may have been because the conversation between Romeo, Juliet and Friar Lawrence would have been very secretive and personal about the wedding plans. The walls could have been stone to add to the effect of the church surroundings. The room would be plain and...

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