Act 2 Summaries
After the party ends, Romeo can't stop thinking about Juliet so he ditches mercutio and benvolio and heads back to the Capulet house. Mercutio and Benvolio try to find Romeo after the party. They assume that Romeo is going to find Rosaline. Afterwards they crack a lot of dirty jokes at Romeo's expense. Mercutio is offended that Romeo left them.
The scene starts with Romeo watching Juliet, who is standing on a balcony. As he observes her, he compares her to the sun. Romeo listens to Juliet confess her love to him. After he hears her confession, he reveals himself to her and confesses his love. The two promise to marry one another.
He tracks down Friar Lawrence and he notices that Romeo has not been in bed yet tonight. Friar asks if he is still hung up on Rosaline and he says no he wants to marry Juliet. Friar thinks that he is moving on to fast and says that he is still wiping the tears off from Rosaline. Friar Lawrence says yes not only because he is romantic, but he thinks that the marriage between the two will bring the families together. Romeo got what he wanted.
In the orchard, Juliet waits for the nurse. The nurse was sent out by Juliet to meet Romeo. When the nurse gets back, Juliet makes her tell her everything. The nurse says that Romeo is waiting to marry her at Friar Lawrences cell. They have a conversation about how he is still awake in the next scene.
Talking ' bout Love
Romeo and Friar wait for Juliet to arrive at the cell. When Juliet gets there, Romeo wants her to speak about her love for Romeo. She says her love for Romeo is not describable in any words. The two lovers exit and are get married. They are in love.
The Big Day
In the start of this scene, Romeo and friar Lawrence are talking about marriage. They keep talking about how the marriage means that they will be together forever. Then Juliet walks in and they talk to each other about hownthey love each other so much. They say that they cannot describe their live for each other. They get married and Friar Lawrence leaves them alone once they get married.