Summary

The scene is a street in Rome. Flavius and Marullus meet several commoners and ask them why they’re out in the streets, rather than at work.

Enter

To come on stage.

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Aside

In an aside, the character speaks privately to himself for a moment, or directly to the audience, or privately to some (but not all) of the other characters present.

As a matter of convention, an aside is always a true statement of what the character thinks. A character speaking in an aside may be mistaken, but may not be dishonest.

An aside (again as a matter of convention) cannot be heard by those not spoken to.

Exeunt

Latin, literally “they leave.” Everyone leaves the stage.

Pronounced EX-ee-uhnt.

Exeunt severally.

Latin, literally “they leave.” Everyone leaves the stage, in different directions.

Pronounced EX-ee-uhnt.

Exit

The character leaves the stage.