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Roméo et Juliette 

Two teenagers fall in love, but their feuding families and fate itself cause the relationship to end in tragedy.

Director:

Yves-André Hubert

Writers:

Jules Barbier (libretto), Michel Carré (libretto) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Neil Shicoff Neil Shicoff ... Roméo
Barbara Hendricks ... Juliette
Frangiskos Voutsinis Frangiskos Voutsinis ... Frère Laurent
Yves Bisson Yves Bisson ... Capulet
Gino Quilico Gino Quilico ... Mercurio
Robert Dumé Robert Dumé ... Tybalt
Marie McLaughlin Marie McLaughlin ... Stéphano
Anna Ringart Anna Ringart ... Gertrude
Michel Philippe Michel Philippe ... Le Conte Paris
Jean-Philippe Courtis Jean-Philippe Courtis ... Duc de Vérone
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alain Lombard Alain Lombard ... Himself - Direction musicale
Jean Soumagnas Jean Soumagnas ... Gregorio
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Two teenagers fall in love, but their feuding families and fate itself cause the relationship to end in tragedy.

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

14 February 1982 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Romeo und Julia See more »

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France 2 (FR2) See more »
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Color
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Version of Great Performances: Romeo and Juliet (2002) See more »

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Wonderful to see a young Neil Shicoff sing so beautifully...
18 September 2012 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

One does wish that the video quality was sharper and less dark, however this Paris Opera production is just excellent. The costumes and sets do have a certain sumptuousness, while the staging especially in the very moving Tomb scene is compelling. Gounod's score has always been a jewel, and it is lusciously performed by the orchestra and authoritatively conducted. Barbara Hendricks is wonderful as Juliette, she is vibrant, like in her Waltz song, and poignant in the Tomb scene. Her voice is commanding, flexible and has a certain brightness and beauty to it. Of the support cast, Gino Quillico's perfect Mercutio, both witty and noble, was the standout, though the Frere Laurent was also very good. But the best asset was Neil Shicoff. Young and ardent, he sings beautifully with a great ring and brings heroic and affecting sides to Romeo. Overall, an excellent production. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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