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What Would Romeo Read?

What do you do if you’re a love-sick young man in a violent city, pining after the aloof Rosaline? When you’re Romeo Montague, you and your cousin crash a ball hosted by your father’s oldest enemy. Then you fall headlong in love with your host's daughter before you know who she is. A holy palmer’s kiss is potent stuff since in the course of one evening, Romeo is at last over Rosaline. But remember “They stumble that run fast.”  Friar Laurence must be a cock-eyed optimist since he believes marrying two noble teenagers in secret will finally resolve a feud that has lasted generations.  

Join us for the SF Shakespeare Festival's performance of Romeo & Juliet!

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

Romeo too would have lived at least a little longer if he’d stayed home with a book on the night of the Capulet ball.  What would Romeo read?

The Power of Others

The Power of Others

Peer Pressure, Groupthink, and How the People Around Us Shape Everything We Do

 Michael Shaw Bond 

302.3 BOND

Street Wars

Street Wars

Gangs and the Future of Violence

Tom Hayden

364.1066 HAYDEN

Five Hundred and One Ways to Say I Love You

Five Hundred and One Ways to Say I Love You

(or Words to That Effect)

Babe Hart 

/ 808.8035 HART

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