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Dance

Sergei Prokofiev Ballet, Alessandra Ferri: Juliet, Angel Corella: Romeo, performed at the Teatro alla Scala Milano, choreographed by Kenneth MacMillan

Sergei Prokofiev Ballet, choreographed by Rudolf Nureyev in the 1980 La Scala production with Rudolph Nuryev as Romeo and Carla Fracci as Juliet

Visual Art

Edwin Austin Abbey, “– O happy dagger! This is thy sheath…” (1903)

Edwin Austin Abbey, “– O happy dagger! This is thy sheath…” (1903)

Joseph Wright of Derby, Romeo and Juliet: The Tomb Scene (1790) Also available in the Glencoe Literature book, p. 685

Joseph Wright of Derby, Romeo and Juliet: The Tomb Scene (1790)

Johann Heinrich Füssli, Romeo at Juliet’s Deathbed (1809)

Johann Heinrich Füssli, Romeo at Juliet’s Deathbed (1809)

Frederic Leighton, The Reconciliation of the Montagues and Capulets (1853-55), oil painting (Also available in Glencoe Literature textbook, p. 690)

Frederic Leighton, The Reconciliation of the Montagues and Capulets (1853-55)

Frederic Leighton, The Reconciliation of the Montagues and Capulets (1854), watercolor

Frederic Leighton, The Reconciliation of the Montagues and Capulets (1854)

Sir John Everett Millais, The Death of Romeo and Juliet (1848)

Sir John Everett Millais, The Death of Romeo and Juliet (1848)

James Northcote, A Monument Belonging to the Capulets (1789)

James Northcote, A Monument Belonging to the Capulets (1789)

Annie Leibovitz, “The End” (2008 for Vogue Magazine)

Annie Leibovitz, “The End” (2008 for Vogue Magazine)

Classical Music

“Romeo at the tomb of the Capulets” from Romeo et Juliette composed by Hector Berlioz (1839). (Click on the play button) Performed by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Carlo Maria Giulini, cond.
EMI, recorded Oct. 13-15, 1969

“Romeo at the tomb of Juliet” from Romeo and Juliet composed by Sergei Prokofiev

Musical Theater

“Coupables” (“Guilty”) from the musical Romeo et Juliette: de la Haine à l’Amour (Romeo and Juliet: From Hate to Love) composed and written by Gérard Presgurvic (2001).

Here are some other pieces from the end of that same musical:

Film

Shakespeare: The Animated Tales – Romeo and Juliet (dir. Efim Gamburg).Watch 20:20-end

Franco Zeffirelli (dir.), Romeo and Juliet (1968)

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