Romeo and Juliet is a play by William Shakespeare, telling the story of two young "star-cross'd lovers", named Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet whose deaths ultimately unite their feuding families.

This play was staged at the Regency Playhouse by the Carneiro Players in the summer of 1997.[1][2] This "new adaptation" was, apparently, a musical, directed and designed by M. Carneiro and with music by Luca Caruso and Alice Tolipan.[2] Funding for this production was provided by the National Lottery and Arts Council England.[2]

In London, this particular production was promoted with an ad on the side of a double-decker bus,[3] and with a poster put up inside the Luchino Caffe.[1] This poster was illustrated by L. Wakefield and printed by MinaLima.[2]


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