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A few years after their alleged demise, Romeo & Juliet are hiding in seclusion and realizing that their immortal love needs some fine-tuning.

What might have happened if ROMEO AND JULIET hadn’t died, but instead, faked their death, and instead continued their passionate love affair? The question is answered in Robert Nathan’s delightful play, “Juliet in Mantua.” Nathan poses that very question, and we soon discover the outcome of ten years of togetherness. The once passionate lovers have lost their bliss, and their fairy tale romance has taken a back seat to the tedious day-to-day challenges that all relationships must endure. The MONTAGUES and CAPULETS are back, as well as the NURSE and FRIAR LAURENCE. Despite it all, our romantic duo eventually finds the way back to each other’s arms.