In Mantua, Balthasar tells Romeo that Juliet is dead. Romeo buys a poison and plans to return to Verona to kill himself and lay with Juliet in her grave that night. Friar Lawrence learns that Romeo never received his letter explaining Juliet's fake death plan, and plans to rescue Juliet from the tomb. He sends another letter to Romeo explaining the situation, but doesn't know that Romeo believes Juliet is dead. Romeo kills Tybalt in the graveyard, drinks the poison, and dies. Juliet wakes, finds Romeo dead, and stabs herself; Friar Lawrence explains everything and the Capulets and Montagues agree to end their feud.