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What Would Juliet Read?

What do you do when you’re the naive young daughter of ambitious parents who want to marry you off quickly and profitably? When you’re Juliet Capulet, your only love springs from your only hate and you secretly marry Romeo, the son of your father’s bitter enemy. 

When Romeo kills your cousin Tybalt in a duel on your wedding day and is banished from Verona, you fake your own death so you won’t have to marry Count Paris.  Alas, you didn’t realize Romeo is even more impetuous and foolish than you are.

Join us for the SF Shakespeare Festival's performance of Romeo & Juliet right here in Cupertino!  The performance lasts for about an hour and is suitable for all ages, especially families with school-aged kids.

Date:  December 9, 2017
Time:  4:00 pm
Location:  Cupertino Community Hall

Poor Juliet would have lived longer if she’d stayed home from the ball and read a good book. Luckily, we have some recommendations. 


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