Shakespeare's plays were all-male affairs during his day. And that means Juliet — one of his greatest female leads — was originally performed by a boy. Washington, D.C.'s Shakespeare Theater Company is staging a new production of Romeo and Juliet with men playing every role.
David Muse, associate artistic director of the Shakespeare Theater Company, director of Romeo and Juliet
James Davis, plays Juliet in the Shakespeare Theater Company's production of Romeo and Juliet