This appears in the opening scene of the play as one of three vignettes portrayed simultaneously in the Dumbshow and is the setting for Desdemona's murder at the hands of Othello.
This is the setting for Juliet's discovery of Romeo's death and her subsequent suicide.
Constance Ledbelly's Office
This is the only modern setting in the action.
Othello's Citadel of Cyprus
This is notable for being the sole setting of Act 2 of the play and thereby providing the backdrop for sustained action.
A Public Place in Verona
This is the setting for Act 3, Scenes 1 and 3 and presumably would be part of a historically authentic Verona.
Romeo and Juliet's Bedchamber
In the play Romeo and Juliet share this although its decorations indicates somewhat that it is more Juliet's than Romeo's.
This is the setting for Act 3, Scene 4 and is divided into distinct locations suitable...
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