Romeo and Juliet matching

Escalus The Prince of Verona. A kinsman of Mercutio and Paris.
Mercutio He is a close friend to Romeo and a blood relative to Prince Escalus and Count Paris.
Paris He is a suitor of Juliet. He is handsome, wealthy, and a kinsman to Prince Escalus.
Friar Lawrence holy man who is trusted and respected by the other characters.
Friar John A Franciscan friar charged by Friar Lawrence with taking the news of Juliet’s false death to Romeo in Mantua.
Tybalt He is the son of Lady Capulet’s brother, Juliet’s short-tempered first cousin, and Romeo’s rival. Kills Mercutio
Benvolio He is Lord Montague’s nephew and Romeo’s cousin
Balthazar Romeo’s dedicated servant, who brings Romeo the news of Juliet’s death, unaware that her death is a ruse.
Nurse Juliet’s nurse, the woman who breast-fed Juliet when she was a baby and has cared for Juliet her entire life.
Lady Capulet Juliet’s mother, Capulet’s wife. A woman who herself married young (by her own estimation she gave birth to Juliet at close to the age of fourteen), she is eager to see her daughter marry Paris. She is an ineffectual mother, relying on the Nurse for moral and pragmatic support.
Capulet The patriarch of the Capulet family, father of Juliet, husband of Lady Capulet, and enemy, for unexplained reasons, of Montague. He truly loves his daughter, though he is not well acquainted with Juliet’s thoughts or feelings, and seems to think that what is best for her is a “good” match with Paris
Montague Romeo’s father, the patriarch of the Montague clan and bitter enemy of Capulet.
Lady Montague Romeo’s mother, Montague’s wife. She dies of grief after Romeo is exiled from Verona.
Sampson and Gregory Two servants of the house of Capulet, who, like their master, hate the Montagues. At the outset of the play, they successfully provoke some Montague men into a fight.
Peter A Capulet servant who invites guests to Capulet’s feast and escorts the Nurse to meet with Romeo. He is illiterate, and a bad singer.
Rosaline The woman with whom Romeo is infatuated at the beginning of the play. Rosaline never appears onstage, but it is said by other characters that she is very beautiful and has sworn to live a life of chastity.
Abram Montague’s servant, who fights with Sampson and Gregory in the first scene of the play.
The Apothecary An apothecary in Mantua. Had he been wealthier, he might have been able to afford to value his morals more than money, and refused to sell poison to Romeo.
Romeo The son and heir of Montague and Lady Montague. A young man of about sixteen, Romeo is handsome, intelligent, and sensitive. Though impulsive and immature, his idealism and passion make him an extremely likable character. He lives in the middle of a violent feud between his family and the Capulets, but he is not at all interested in violence. His only interest is love. At the beginning of the play he is madly in love with a woman named Rosaline, but the instant he lays eyes on Juliet, he falls in love with her and forgets Rosaline. Thus, Shakespeare gives us every reason to question how real Romeo’s new love is, but Romeo goes to extremes to prove the seriousness of his feelings. He secretly marries Juliet, the daughter of his father’s worst enemy; he happily takes abuse from Tybalt; and he would rather die than live without his beloved. Romeo is also an affectionate and devoted friend to his relative Benvolio, Mercutio, and Friar Lawrence.
Juliet The daughter of Capulet and Lady Capulet. A beautiful thirteen-year-old girl, Juliet begins the play as a na├»ve child who has thought little about love and marriage, but she grows up quickly upon falling in love with Romeo, the son of her family’s great enemy. Because she is a girl in an aristocratic family, she has none of the freedom Romeo has to roam around the city, climb over walls in the middle of the night, or get into swordfights. Nevertheless, she shows amazing courage in trusting her entire life and future to Romeo, even refusing to believe the worst reports about him after he gets involved in a fight with her cousin. Juliet’s closest friend and confidant is her nurse, though she’s willing to shut the Nurse out of her life the moment the Nurse turns against Romeo.
Setting Verona, Italy in the 1300s, though it was written in the 1500s
Author William Shakespeare
Type of work play
genre tragic drama
settings (time) Renaissance
settings(place) Verona and Mantua
Climax Romeo kills Tybalt. Romeo is banished.
Falling Action When Juliet hears of Romeo’s banishment she is in a state of despair. Juliet is told she must marry Paris. She takes the potion from Friar Lawrence.
Denouement When they knew of the couple’s death, the Montagues and Capulets reconciled, letting go of their grudges.
Conflict Romeo and Juliet are lovers whose lives are ruined by a conflict that has been going on between their families, the Montagues and the Capulets, for many years. In this respect the play resembles an epic in which the lives of relatively powerless humans are affected by the clash of powerul forces, such as the war between the Greeks and Trojans in Homer’s Iliad Neither Romeo nor Juliet can be called the protagonist or antagonist in Shakespeare’s play. The heads of their families are the protagonist and antagonist, and it would seem that the head of the Capulet family (Juliet’s) would be considered the protagonist and the other the antagonist, because the Capulet’s cause the problem by trying to force their daughter to marry Paris.
Exposition “Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona where we lay our scene, From acnient grudge break to new mutiny, Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean, From forth the fatal loins of these two foes, A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life. The fearful passage of their death marked love and continuance of their parents’ rage which led to their children’s deaths.”
Rising Action The balcony scene, it made them want to be together even more now. The marriage. Tybalt sends Romeo a duel.