Shakespeare Characters from 'Romeo and Juliet'

Characters from William Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet'
Does not include apothecary, musicians, citizens, pages, guards, kinsfolk. masquers, servants etc
Does not include these minor or unseen characters, Friar John or 'Rosaline'
Does not include the Chorus
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Last updated: December 30, 2021
First submittedFebruary 11, 2013
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Romeo
Benvolio
Lord Montague
Lady Montague
Balthasar
Abraham
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Mercutio
Friar Lawrence
Prince Escalus
Paris
Nurse
Peter
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Juliet
Tybalt
Lord Capulet
Lady Capulet
Sampson
Gregory
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Level 38
Sep 21, 2013
Almost didn't get "Abraham." I'm pretty sure its listed as "Abram" in the play. Otherwise, great quiz!
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Level 33
Jun 23, 2014
Rosaline?
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Level 41
Jun 23, 2014
Not in the dramatis personae, because she's only referred to. She doesn't actually appear or have lines in the play as a character.
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Level 23
Jan 6, 2015
ROSALINE!!!!!!
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Level 56
Jan 23, 2015
how is the apothecary not in this? i get it that it's listed that he's not, but he's a major character. exclude the kinsfolk and musicians, fine, but the apothecary has got to be in here.
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Level 41
Jan 23, 2015
He has four lines and he's unnamed.

His only purpose is so that we know Romeo has some poison. Hardly integral.

Romeo could have mentioned in passing that he had some and that part of the scene could have been cut entirely.

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Level 46
Jun 2, 2015
Can't remember for the life of me who Abraham is?
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Level 55
Mar 16, 2018
If this doesn't include servants, then Abram, Sampson and Gregory shouldn't be there. They are servants. As is Balthasar.
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Level 41
Mar 16, 2018
Does not include unnamed characters that are referred to simply as 'servant' in the dramatis personae. You don't need to be pedantic.
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Level 55
Dec 24, 2021
Okay, fair enough, but then Peter should be in there. In his banter with the musicians, he has just as many lines as Balthasar, Abram, etc. (sorry it took me three years to take this quiz again, lol)
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Level 74
May 3, 2021
Friar John?