It is late, the party is long over. Juliet, fair daughter of the Capulets, stands on her balcony speaking dreamily to the night of her first crush, Romeo. Unbeknownst to Juliet, this Romeo is crouched at the foot of her balcony, his puckish smile growing ever wider as she praises his "dear perfection." When she offers herself unequivocally to him — "take all of myself" — Romeo is fully erect and shouting just a bit too eagerly, "I take thee at thy word!" and Juliet barks out a piercing, girlish yelp of surprise that echoes... More >>>