Why See Romeo and Juliet?
For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet & her Romeo
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre's 2020 season continues with Kimberly Sykes' take on the Bard's timeless love story Romeo and Juliet. Nominated for the UK Theatre 2018 Best Director Award for her critically acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Company production of Dido, Queen of Carthage, Sykes was awarded much praise for her adaptation of As You Like It, another RSC production that marked her as an exciting female director to watch.
Sykes is sure to bring her dynamic and invigorating vision to Shakespeare's familiar tale of the star-crossed young lovers. Juliet is the daughter of the respected noble house Capulet, whilst Romeo is the son of the noble house Montague, making them mortal enemies thanks to an age old blood feud. But the youngsters still fall deeply in love, spelling trouble and tragedy for all those involved.
Opening night: 27 June 2020
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