Tell a Classic Story

Two households, both alyke in Dignity

In fairest Broma where they bred their sin,

From settled grudge break to new mutiny 

Where ageing  hands do fresh revenge begin.

From forth the fatal loins of these two foes 

A tale of star-cross’d lovers ends in woe

Whose misadventured piteous overthrows

Did with their love bury Marcutio.

So with his raging curse he plagued them all:

The Flauntagues and Fiteulots alike.

A poet’s justice shall upon them fall,

Their guilts and fears consume them alive. 

Now madness doth upon dark Broma bend;

Benvolio seeks to redeem his friend.


Istwa the Storyteller has returned to warmer climes to visit her acquaintances in Jastrey. To add to the celebrations, she will call upon the greatest bard of them all: Woldiwuz Shookspiered. All are familiar with the great love of Romeo and Juliet, but the story goes on….