[Intended to be presented by junior high or high-school level students of English as a foreign language. Continuing from here.]
Narrator: Romeo listens as Benvolio and Mercutio leave.
Romeo: I don't think Mercutio has ever been in love.
Narrator: When Romeo looks around, he sees Juliet come out on her balcony.
Romeo: Am I facing east? Does the sun rise in the sky?
Juliet shines much brighter than the moon.
Juliet: Oh, what shall I do?
Romeo: How wonderful it is to hear her voice!
Juliet: Oh, Romeo, why do you have to be Romeo?
Say you're not a Montague!
Or I'll say I'm not a Capulet.
Romeo: Should I just listen, or should I answer?
Juliet: If you called a rose by any other name,
it would still smell just as sweet.
Oh, Romeo, change your name and I'll be all yours.
Romeo: If you call me your love,
I'll change my name and never be called Romeo again!
Who are you, hiding in the dark and listening to me?
Romeo: I cannot say my name because you hate it.
Juliet: I recognize your voice. Aren't you Romeo Montague?
Romeo: If you don't like that name, it isn't mine any more.
Juliet: How did you get in here, and why?
It's dangerous for you here.
Romeo: If I see in your eyes that you love me,
nothing is too dangerous.
Juliet: You've heard too much.
Romeo: How can I prove my love?
Juliet: Not tonight. We can meet again.
Romeo: I can't leave unless you tell me you love me.
Juliet: It has already been said.
But tell me you mean what you say.
Do you intend to ask me to marry you?
Romeo: Yes, I do.
Juliet: Wait there. Yes, Nurse?
Romeo: I am afraid I am dreaming.
Juliet: I'm back. How shall we meet tomorrow?
Romeo: Send a messenger to me in the morning.
Juliet: I'll send you my nurse.
Juliet: I'm coming.
Romeo: Until tomorrow, good night.