Romeo and Juliet Content Advisory
“Hell” and “damn” are used and Capulet says “God” once.
There is drinking at a party and suggested drug use by the apothecary. One of the costumes has a picture on it that looks similar to a marijuana leaf.
There are several kisses and a scene where it is suggested that Romeo and Juliet spent the night together, although we never see it. There are several innuendos implied throughout the production.
This production has several violent scenes. Several people are killed or commit suicide on stage and we will be using fake blood. There is a scene where Capulet slaps the Nurse and becomes physical with his daughter, grabbing her face and throwing her to the ground.
For Which Audience
This production keeps the original Shakespearean language. It also is set to intense music and lighting and has several intense fight scenes, including an opening fight where children are injured. It is not recommended for young children or people who may be triggered by domestic violence, physical violence, or suicide.
This production does use strobe lighting effects and a fog machine.