Cain Middle School presents Zombeo & Juliet

(ROCKWALL ISD-April 9, 2013) Cain Middle School Theatre Department presents Zombeo and Juliet, written by Kathy Martin and Phil Nohl, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 10 and Saturday, May 11.

Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers are having some very supernatural problems.  The Montgomerys are a family of zombies.  Their sworn enemies, the Decapitates, are zombie hunters.  When Juliet’s cousin Ty kills Romeo, Romeo becomes a zombie, making the Montgomery family proud.  Soon after at the Decapitates costume party, Romeo and Juliet meet and fall in love, but poor Juliet Decapitate doesn’t know her love is one of her undead adversaries.  It isn’t until Romeo kills Ty and gets banned from the mall — tragically cutting off his Jamba Juice supply — that Juliet learns the truth about her love.  She is faced with a difficult decision:  does she abandon her family for her true love or does she perform her family duties and send Romeo to his grave for good?

Cain’s very own Dawson Booth and Emily Miller (8th graders) will be playing Romeo and Juliet. Tickets will sold at the door for $5.00 a person.

Our very own Dawson Booth and Emily Miller, eighth graders, play Romeo and Juliet.

Tickets are $5 at the door.

Submitted by Rikki Smith, Instructional Technology Specialist, Cain Middle School.

To share your good news and events, email .