The performance starts like the West Side Story, with a street brawl between servants of two wealthy families of Verona. Romeo belongs to one and Julia to the other family. However, Romeo falls in love with Julia ignoring the background. They marry quickly and how could it be different, fighting starts in the celebrations. One kills another and Romeo kills the aggressor. Romeo has to run and leave Julia behind. Both are heartbroken.
Juliet’s father, tired of the drama, decides his daughter should marry someone else. And now it gets weirder. Panik. Julia pretends to have died laying in a tomb waiting for Romeo to pick her up. Romeo doesn’t know the plan, finds Julia “dead” and kills himself in distress. Julia wakes up, sees her dead lover and kills herself as well, just to meet again in the afterlife. The good thing in the end, the two families end their feud.