Jun 3
Jun 4

Romeo and Juliet

7:30pm – 10:00pm
¥3,000 – ¥4,500

Be enchanted by the famous tale of star-crossed lovers with this professional English-language tour of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.

This production features Japanese subtitles and brings the classic play to life for both English and Japanese-speaking theatergoers.

What to expect

Presented by StagePlay, this production has assembled a talented international cast and crew, committed to honoring Shakespeare’s legacy while embracing the unique cultural experience of performing in Japan.

After a four-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the return of this Shakespearean tour highlights the enduring relevance of Romeo and Juliet. The play’s exploration of obstacles to love and the fear of disappointing one’s parents resonates with audiences around the world, transcending time and cultural barriers.

StagePlay, known for its to cultural exchange, continues its tradition of bringing classic works to global audiences with this latest tour.


Regular tickets are ¥4,500 and ¥3,000 for students and seniors.


Doors open at 7 p.m. with the show starting at 7:30 p.m.

How to get there

The play will be held in Densho Hall at the Shibuya Cultural Center Owada, only around a 10-minute walk from Shibuya Station.

Cast and crew

  • Director: Greg Dale
  • Romeo: Brandon Francis
  • Juliet: Paula Berwanger
  • Nurse, Prince, Chorus: Jacqueline Roussety
  • Benvolio, Capulet: Jonah Hagans, Brendan Stallings
  • Friar Laurence: Jim O’Connor
  • Tybalt: Chuck Johnson
  • Mecutio, Paris, Apothecary, Friar John: Masanari Sasaki; Bob Werley
  • Tour Coordinator and Lighting Designer: Yui Okada
  • Subtitle operator: Sensu, Marie Buda
  • Producer: Paula Berwanger
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