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“O Romeo, Romeo wherefore art thou Romeo?”

By Suzanne Caris, Photographer

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Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare will be presented by the Owens Community College Student Theater Production Oct. 27 -29 at 7:30 p.m., and Oct. 30 at 3 p.m. at the Center for Fine & Performing Arts. The play, directed by Professor Jeremy Meier, is a romantic tragedy that features sword fights, death by poison and family feuds. 

Photo by Suzanne Caris

Juliet (Tori Thomas) cries over the body of Romeo (Caleb Hall) during rehearsal for Romeo & Juliet at the Owens Community College's Center for Fine & Performing Arts in Perrysburg, Ohio. On the floor is Brendan Bean.

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