The storyline was 1 similarity that I noticed. There were some minor technicalities like Benvolio fighting Sampson , which could not be true because Benvolio is the peaceful Montague, as shown by this quote “Part fools!/Put up your swords. You know not what you do” A1 S1 L61. However, there were critical points in the story that were captured in each rendition. Those things were events such as the party, the meeting of Romeo and Juliet, the Tybalt and Romeo fight, and the deaths of Romeo and Juliet.
There were several characters that were left out of the RSC version. That may be due to the fact that they only had two actors and a narrator actually involved in the play. However, the characters that were included in the play were portrayed as they were in the original. The main characters that were included, that were necessary were: Romeo, Juliet, Friar, Nurse, Prince, Tybalt, and Benvolio.
There were differences in comedic level. IN the actual play, there were only a few intended comedic parts and one was at the beginning with Gregory “ ‘Tis well thou art not fish: if though hadst thou/ hadst been Poor John” A1 S1 L29. In the RSC version there was comedy intended for multiple audience, not just the lower class like the original. These actors poked fun and added a twist to the way it was performed by making it funnier. They did that to keep people entertained.
There are also differences in scenes and events. There were some scenes and event s that were omitted in the altered version. Some of...