Benvolio - Trustworthy
People should be honest and forthright to gain trust
Benvolio - Act 1 - Scene 1
Through this quote and area of the play, it shows how Benvolio is trustworthy by Montague going to him first when he needed to know what happened in the fight, which shows how Montague places trust in Benvolio. Benvolio is trusted by Montague because he normally tells the truth about things that happen which makes him trustworthy.
This shows the theme because Montague trusts Benvolio to tell him what happened without worrying about him lying. This comes from Benvolio always telling the truth in the past and always giving people information that isn't always necessary.
Benvolio - Act 2 - Scene 1
This shows Benvolio's trustworthy since he is telling Mercutio where he saw Romeo go and tells the truth about it.
This quote ties into the theme since Benvolio is trusted by Mercutio to assist him in finding Romeo even though he knows that Romeo doesn't want to be found. He is still trusted to help with things when he is asked.
Benvolio - Act 3 - Scene 1
This shows how Bevolio is trustworthy because he is offering up information without even slightly trying to make his cousin (Romeo) appear better in the description of the event, which means he told the complete truth so that people think he is trustworthy.
In relation to the theme, since Benvolio is telling the truth here, when lying or at least tampering with his story in part would have helped Romeo more, shows how trustworthy he is when people need a direct answer without anything extra or misleading. This leads to people trusting him more than if he mislead the Prince with his story.