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Thursday

LeeAnn Brook Fine Art Gallery & Studio — 12 p.m, LeeAnn Brook Fine Art, 300 Spring St., Nevada City. A gallery and working studio in downtown Nevada City, featuring new paintings by LeeAnn Brook, sculpted wooden vessels by Mike Snegg, new handmade furniture by Judith Lancaster, as well as other contemporary nature-inspired art in a curated setting with Japanese antiques. Open Thursdays – Sundays, noon 5pm, 300 Spring St. http://www.leeannbrookfineart.com.

Gold Country Fair — 4 p.m, Gold Country Fairgrounds, High St, auburn. Where: The Gold Country Fairgrounds 1273 High St. Auburn, CA 95603 Fair Times The 2016 Gold Country Fair runs from Thursday, September 8th through Sunday, September 11th, 2016 Fair Hours Thursday, September 8th 4:00 pm to 11:00 pm Friday, September 9th 4:00 pm to Midnight Saturday, September 10th 11:00 am to Midnight Sunday, September 11th 11:00 am to 10:00 pm Description: The Gold Country Fair takes place during the first week of September every year in the beautiful Gold Country Fairgrounds in Auburn, CA. The event is a 53 year old tradition, is 4 days long and is jam-packed full of family activities everyone can enjoy! Some of the wonderful things youll enjoy at the fair is our friendly atmosphere, new and traditional competitive livestock exhibits, hands-on kid activities, a large carnival of exciting rides, delicious specialty foods, multiple stages of amazing entertainment, fun contests, strolling entertainers, blockbuster concerts, a fabulously fun Demolition Derby, unique crafters and a variety of commercial and local exhibits..

LeeAnn Brook Student Show — 4 p.m., Nevada City Winery, 321 Spring St, Nevada City. Featuring paintings that explore the various techniques taught in Brook's workshops, show covers a range of styles from representational to abstract, mixed media and drawings. Show runs through Sept. 28..

Square Dancing — 6 p.m, Golden Empire Grange, 11283 Grange Court, Grass Valley. If you are a Mainstream or Plus level square dancer, come join us, The Goldancers, for a night of dancing. We welcome singles and couples, attire is casual. If you are interested in learning to square dance, we will have a beginner class starting Sept. 15. Please call Laura at 530-432-8571 or e-mail Barbara at basindorf@yahoo.com.

Z Cabernet Duo – Violin And Piano — 6 p.m, Kane's Restaurant, 120 E. Main, Grass Valley. Z CABERNET DUO – Violin and Piano. We specialize in music of the last 100 years — Beethoven to Bruno Mars. Our contemporary repertoire includes many Grammy winning songs. Bring your Requests!!. (530) 273-8111

16th Annual Nevada City Film Festival — All Day, Nevada City, "Nevada City. The Sundance of the Sierra" – Sacramento News & Review 'Top 50 Film Festival Worth The Entry Fee 2016' – Moviemaker Magazine The 16th Annual Nevada City International Film Festival (NCFF) kicks off September 8-11, 2016 in historic Nevada City, CA. Every summer, the Nevada City Film Festival makes art into a party, bringing a regional audience of movie lovers together with emerging and top independent filmmakers to showcase award-winning short and feature length films from around the world. If you have attended before, you know how wonderfully unique this little gem of a film festival is, and if you haven't, this might just be the year you will join us at the Best Fest in the West! Early Bird Festival Pass $59 (limited to 200) includes all film screenings, VR Showcase and reserved seating (offer expires 9/1) Individual Tickets $10/GA, $8/Students & NCFF Members Highlights of this year! 60+ Award-Winning Short & Feature Length Films from Around the World 35+ Visiting Filmmakers 10-Year Anniversary Screening of 'Little Miss Sunshine' with directors Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Farris Kaleidoscope VR Showcase featuring Cinematic VR Experiences plus Filmmaker Q&A 'the best in virtual reality film, art, and immersive experiences', Opening Night film 'Of Shark & Man' with Filmmaker Q&A – 'Mesmerizing, Exciting…A Real Seat Grabbing Thrill Ride' Saturday Morning Children's Films (Free for kids) Best of the Fest Outdoor Screening at Ol' Republic Brewery w/Food Trucks State of the Art Projection & Sound at historic locations throughout downtown Nevada City. 530-470-3200

Friday

LeeAnn Brook Fine Art Gallery & Studio — 12 p.m., LeeAnn Brook Fine Art, 300 Spring St., Nevada City. See Thursday's listing.

Gold Country Fair — 4 p.m., Gold Country Fairgrounds, High St, Auburn. See Thursday's listing.

Gary & Eva – Jazz Standards, Bossa Nova, and More — 6 p.m., Tofanelli's, 302 West Main St., Grass Valley. Gary & Eva play jazz standards, bossa nova, and other tunes, with vocals and guitar. Enjoy music and dinner on the patio..

LeeAnn Brook Student Show — 4 p.m., Nevada City Winery, 321 Spring St, Nevada City. See Thursday's listing.

Runnin' 4 Cover — What's Up Friday? — 6 pm, Sierra Knolls Winery, 10024 Linnet Ln, Auburn. Runnin' 4 Cover returns to Sierra Knolls Winery's 'What's Up Friday?' playing its blend of classic rock and country cover tunes. Come enjoy the great wine and food, and put on your dancing shoes!.

Yuba Rio Hot Club — 6:30 p.m, California Organics, 135 Argall Way, Nevada City. Friday, August 5th, Yuba Rio Hot Club will be performing at California Organics Cafe from 6:30-8:30pm. Come enjoy some delicious healthy food and dangerously hot Gypsy Jazz! No cover..

Paul McCandless and Motoshi Kosako LIVE — 7 p.m., Summer Thymes Bakery & Deli, 231 Colfax Ave., Grass Valley. Summer Thymes Jazz Series fall offering, another OME (orginal musical experience). The dynamic sounds of Paul McCandless , a living legend, 3 time Grammy Award Winner will join up with our very own Motoshi Kosako , a collaboration on music written by Motoshi that explores beyond the boundary of Jazz. Tickets available as Summer Thymes, Briar Patch and online @ http://www.summerthymes.com/holidays/ Doors open at 5pm for food and drink. Food and drink will be available before performance, and during intermission but not during the concert.

The Sixties Night — 7 p.m., 151 Union Square, 151 Mill St., Grass Valley. The Sixties will be playing at 151 Union Square on Mill St in Grass Valley Friday Sep 9th 6-9pm. Previously named the Mike Shapiro Band they will be performing many great songs of the Sixties. Wanna hear songs like Satifaction, I Wanna Hold Your Hand and Johnnie B. Goode played correctly and not just jammed out. Then come on by 151 Union Sq. Great beer and wine with a huge dance floor and plenty of comfortable seating with a great view of The Sixties. 530-273-3600

Gold Country Fair — 11 a.m. Gold Country Fairgrounds, High St, Auburn. See Thursday's listing.

Brazilian Independence Day Party — 8 p.m., The Center for the Arts, 314 W Main St, Grass Valley. Boca do Rio strengthens its foundation as the Missions longest-playing and hardest-hitting Brazilian-American funk band. After a decade performing all original material during the heyday of San Franciscos live music scene, Boca do Rio has evolved into a multi-layered electro-funk party boat with a sound that is fluid and edgy, adaptable and free. Born of the mixing of waters of Brazil and the San Francisco Bay, Boca do Rio has created music organic music that developed through the rhythm of living and working between the Americas. The Center for the Arts presents with Big Sticky Mess, DJ Delphi and Samba Dancers opening. Doors open at 7pm. For more information: 530-274-8384, info@thecenterforthearts.org, http://thecenterforthearts.org/brazilian-independence-day-party-featuring-boca-rio/.

BuckStar in Concert — 8:15 p.m., Off Broadstreet, 305 Commercial St., Nevada City. BuckStar, a relatively new band comprised of five well-known local musicians (Eric Menig – Bass, Tom Menig – Guitar, Jenn Knapp – Vocals, Rob Kopp – Drums and Lucas Weber – Piano) will present a full evening of musical entertainment. In addition to performing original works from their CD, the group covers such greats as Tim Hardin (Someone Like You), Kate Wolf (The Great Divide), Lowell George (Willing), Micky Newberry (Nobody's Fault but Mine) Emmylou Harris (Even Cowgirls Get The Blues) and The Kingston Trio (Greenback Dollar). Pre-show entertainment will be provided by well-known singer/songwriter Chris Crockett, who will also join the group on stage to perform some songs from his new album, 'Doing The Best That I Am,' a collaboration with BuckStar , scheduled for release in late September. BuckStar In Concert is a 'must see' event. Buck Star is a country/rock/r&b band born out of Nevada County in late 2014. It's five members, Tom Menig, Eric Menig , Rob Kopp , Jenn Knapp and Lucas Webber are no strangers to the stage as these dynamic players have been starring members of bands such as 'The Dead Beats' and 'The Cheatin' Buzzies'. They have also shared opening performances for artists 'Kansas', 'Jr. Brown', 'Lucas Nelson' and others. Tom has toured Europe and the U.S. as the guitarist for his daughter, 'Alela Diane'. BuckStar crafts catchy original tunes that have received rave reviews from audiences. With pure tones that will carry you from old school to new school, this is a tight knit group not to be missed. Click on or paste into your browser this youtube link to see and hear this group in action: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BB_I-nsfYOs&sns=em. 530-265-8686

Saturday

Nevada County Certified Growers Market — 8 am, North Star Historic House, 12075 Auburn Rd., Grass Valley. Enjoy Saturday mornings from 8-12:30 with the Nevada County Certified Growers Market at the Historic North Star House and get all your fruits, vegetables, grass-fed meats, cheeses, plant starts, honey, hand crafted breads and pastry items. In addition, there are craftspeople and Artisans offering their unique gifts for sale. We have fresh coffee and cold pressed juices along with delicious food Items for purchase, while you listen to Live Music from our locals under the cool tall pines. Please see http://www.growersmarket.com for more info..

LeeAnn Brook Fine Art Gallery & Studio — 12 p.m, LeeAnn Brook Fine Art, 300 Spring St., Nevada City. See Thursday's listing.

Open Spaces & Wild Places: A Celebration of Land — 4 p.m., Nevada County, Grass Valley. Join Bear Yuba Land Trust for a new twist on an old favorite; an end-of-Summer Gala to be held under the oaks at one of BYLTs most important agricultural properties. Open Spaces and Wild Places: A Celebration of Land – Gala, Art Show, and Auctions begins at 4 pm Saturday, Sept. 10 at the beautiful Linden Lea Ranch, also known as Trabucco Ranch. Its the biggest fundraiser of the year for BYLT. Gates open at 4 pm followed by a cocktail hour where guests are invited to stroll an elegant art show and meet local artists at a special reception or peruse a Silent Auction with numerous items from area businesses. Guests can sample appetizers and sip signature cocktails, micro-brews and local wine from Coufos Cellars while viewing a new Saved Lands Exhibit. Festive ranch attire is encouraged. At 5:30 pm, Gourmet Chef Emily Scott-Arbaugh from Emilys Catering will delight Land Trust supporters with an elegant delicious farm dinner prepared using the finest locally grown foods. Nevada County Free Range Beef will be the centerpiece of the meal, in honor of Cowboy Jim Gates, long-time partner with BYLT who grazes his Nevada County Free Range cattle at Linden Lea. Salmon and vegetarian options are also available served family style along with farm-fresh seasonal side dishes and one of Emilys decadent desserts to round out the meal. At 7 p.m, get ready to dance with music by Sacramento-based Carlos McCoys High Octane Latin Jazz Band. A Live Auction will take place at intermission followed by more music and dancing outdoors under the stars..

LeeAnn Brook Student Show — 4 p.m., Nevada City Winery, 321 Spring St, Nevada City. See Thursday's listing.

Where The Wild Things Are — 6 p.m., Prospector Nursery, Nevada City, 1003 Granholm Lane,, Nevada City. The sixth annual, "Where the Wild Things Are" celebration and benefit for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release will be held at Prospectors Nursery in Nevada City on September 10 from 6:00 9:00 p.m. Join the volunteers from Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release for one of the nicest evenings of the year: combining wines, delectable appetizers, music, art, silent auction, raffle, and the Wildlife Ambassadors. Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release's Wildlife Ambassadors including a Great Horned Owl, a Western Screech-Owl, an American Crow, and a Barn Owl, will be circulating throughout the evening. All money raised at this event provides for the needs of orphaned and injured native wildlife and their release back into the wild..

The Consolations!!! In Concert — 6:30 p.m., Elks Lodge, 109 S. School Street, Grass Valley. Specializing in Doo-wop, Acapella, and Comedic re-imaginings of your favorite bands from the 50's, 60's, 70's and beyond! Bands like: The Beatles , The Beach Boys , Crosby Stills Nash and Young, Franky Vallie ,The Kingston Trio , The Martel's, Barry Mann, Johnny Cash, and many more!!! These four men have performed for sold out crowds all over Nevada county. So get your tickets fast as they will sell quickly. but don't take our word for it read some reviews! Tickets Are 45$ per person and include food and one raffle entry. Raffle prizes include items from local businesses in downtown grass valley and Nevada city. Items such as, gift certificates, wine tastings, gift baskets, and so much more!!! For tickets or more information Call 530-270-9101 or online at http://www.charisyouthcenter.org/?event=charis-benefit-concert-featuring-the-consolations&event_date=2016-09-10. 5308021668

Antsy McClain and the Trailer Park Troubadours — 7:30 p.m, Auburn State Theatre, 985 Lincoln Way, Auburn. Singer, songwriter, humorist and small town philosopher Antsy McClain writes what he knows: The good life. Tickets are $34. in advance, $36. day of show. Purchase tickets online: http://www.livefromauburn.com, or call 530-855-0156..

Movie on the Green — 8 p.m., Bear RIver High School, 11130 Magnolia Rd, Grass Valley. (530) 268-3700

Sunday (SEPT. 11)

Sunday Songs With The Fruit Jar Pickers — 10:00 am, Rough and Ready Grange Hall, 14550 Rough and Ready Hwy, Rough and Ready. Everyone's invited to a musical Sunday morning tradition! It's fun and it's free! Sing along to old-time gospel, country and lighthearted rock. With goofy prizes, surprises – and a tasty selection of drinks and snacks for sale in the Dollar Cafe – every Sunday is a celebration!.

Remembering 9/11 — 10 a.m., Roamin' Angels Car Club 'Remembering 9/11', Nevada County Fairgrounds Gate 1, Grass Valley. Freedom Day 'Remembering 9/11' Nevada County Fairgrounds, Grass Valley, CA There will be a special tribute to the heroes lost 15 years ago on this date. Ray Warner, Commander of American Legion Post 130 will be the speaker. The 15 minute ceremony will also honor all the heroes walking among us everyday. Law Enforcement, Military, Firefighters and many volunteers are on duty, on call constantly to help keep us and our families safe. This ceremony made possible by the Roamin' Angels Car Club which is sponsoring a spectacular show. Alexander Rossi, winner of the Indy 500 will be there signing autographs. A Vietnam HUEY helicopter is being trucked in will be displayed with other vehicles. The Car Show winners will be announced and paraded. Bring the family. Food & beverage available. All Sunday's activities $5 at the main gate, Nevada Country Fairgrounds. Gates open 8am. Special Ceremony promptly at 10am vetsalute@yahoo.com.

Gold Country Fair — 11 a.m, Gold Country Fairgrounds, High St., /auburn. See Thursday's listing.

LeeAnn Brook Fine Art Gallery & Studio — 12:00 pm, LeeAnn Brook Fine Art, 300 Spring St., Nevada City. See Thursday's listing.

Z Cabernet Duo – Violin and Piano — 1:00 pm, Los Mineros Restaurant, 239 Commercial St., Nevada City. Violin and Piano See us on the Boardwalk in front of Los Mineros Restaurant after the Constitution Day Parade!! We specialize in music of the last 100 years — Beethoven to Bruno Mars!!!.

Re-Enactment of the Signing of the Constitution of the United States of America — 1:15 p.m., A public evenet presented by the Masons of Nevada Lodge No.13, F. & A.M. in Nevada City, On the Street at the Intersection of Broad and Pine Streets, Nevada City. Join us for the Re-Enactment of the Signing of the Constitution of the United States of America, immediately prior to the Constitution Day Parade, both Presented by the Masons of Nevada Lodge No.13, F. & A.M in Nevada City, CA. The Re-Enactment will be performed in period costuming and as the signers to our Constitution approach the signatory table, they will be under the watchful eyes of George Washington himself. This is an event for the whole family and a conversational talking point especially for children and for youth in our community The Re-Enactment of the Signing of the Constitution and indeed the Nevada City Constitution Day Parade itself, now 50 years old, are rarities in American public life. They were instigated and developed by Col. Bill Lambert, a Mason and a Member of Nevada Lodge No.13, F. & A.M. in Nevada City..

5Oth Annual Constitution Day Parade — 2 p.m., 50th Annual Constitution Day Parade in Nevada City, along Broad Street, Nevada City. Join us at the 50th Annual Constitution Day Parade in Nevada City, Presented by the Masons of Nevada Lodge No.13, F. & A.M of Nevada City, CA. Witness our celebration of the Constitution of the United States of America at a well-attended and colorful Parade along Broad Street in downtown Nevada City. Enjoy the many local and out-of-town entrants, such as our local Marching Presidents! This is an event for the whole family and a wonderful conversational talking point, especially between children and youth in our community who attend the Parade, and their parents and other family members. The Nevada City Constitution Day Parade itself, an annual event now 50 years old, is a rarity in American public life. It was instigated and developed by Col. Bill Lambert, a Mason and a Member of Nevada Lodge No.13, F. & A.M., Nevada City, in 1967. Over the years, other organizations have joined and helped develop the Parade, which forms the foundation of an extended weekend of public events in Nevada City, enjoyed by local citizens and many others from throughout Northern California. As has become our custom over the years, the Grand Master of Masons in California has been invited to the Grand Marshall of the Parade. Look for him among the many Parade entries, along with other organizations belonging to the Masonic family, such as the local Tommyknockers Shrine Club and the Cibara Motor Corps -the small go karts much beloved by the public – both groups advertising their philanthropic charity, the Shriners Hospitals for Children, Northern California, in Sacramento. See you at the 50th Annual Constitution Day Parade on September 11, 2016 at 2pm!.

LeeAnn Brook Student Show — 4 p.m, Nevada City Winery, 321 Spring St, Nevada City. See Thursday's listing.

NCCBand Concert 'Greatest Summer Hits' — 5 p.m., Alta Sierra Country Club, 11897 Tammy Way, Grass Valley. The 65-piece Nevada County Concert Band presents its Picnic Pops Concert #4 of 4 Greatest Summer Hits, featuring big band, classic, jazz, folk, and popular music. Bring your family and friends to enjoy your picnic dinner on the grass, or treat yourself with goodies from the vendors. The concert is free, accessible, and great for all ages. More information is available at the website or on Facebook..

16th Annual Nevada City Film Festival — 5 p.m., Nevada City, , Nevada City. See Thursday's listing.

MONDAY

LeeAnn Brook Fine Art Gallery & Studio — 12 p.m., LeeAnn Brook Fine Art, 300 Spring St., Nevada City. See Thursday's listing.

eeAnn Brook Student Show — 4 p.m., Nevada City Winery, 321 Spring St, Nevada City. See Thursday's listing.

Beginning Salsa — 6:30 pm, Fletcher's Dance Hall, 542 Searls Ave., Nevada City. Salsa is the easiest, of all the partner dances, to learn. And it is the most versatile. You can dance it slow or fast – to Salsa music or to Rock and Roll or country or any music with an 8 count beat. Come learn to dance from the very beginning on September 5th. Then we will build progressively from there. Yes I know it's Labor day…..but what better way to celebrate the holiday than by dancing!! No partner required. $40 for the month – $5 discount for preregistration with payment. Give me a call to find out how – 477-0767 or just come on the night of the class. Come a few minutes early to get checked in..

Sing a Cappella with Sierra Gold! — 7 p.m. Parkside Church, 3885 Richardson dr, Auburn. Sing and perform a cappella with Sierra Gold, a women's chorus offering fun, music education, friendship and performance confidence building! We sing all styles of music and welcome women of all ages and vocal ranges. No music reading ability is required. Come and check out our open rehearsals, Monday evenings at 6:45 at the Parkside Church on Richardson Drive (Sierra Gold is not affiliated with any religious organization). Come enjoy a fun night of singing and learning more about our group. For more information, contact Terrie at 530-350-0247, or email terriebari@yahoo.com.. 530-823-9911

Beginning West Coast Swing — 7:30 p.m., Fletcher's Dance Hall, 542 Searls Ave., Nevada City. West Coast Swing is slow, sexy, funky, jazzy, smooth and FUN!!! It's a challenge that is rewarding and a very popular dance. Come learn the dance from the very beginning on September 5th. Then we will build progressively from there. Yes I know it's Labor day…..but what better way to celebrate the holiday than by dancing!! No partner required. $40 for the month – $5 discount for preregistration with payment. Give me a call to find out how – 477-0767 or just come on the night of the class. Come a few minutes early to get checked in.

TUESDAY

LeeAnn Brook Fine Art Gallery & Studio — 12:00 pm, LeeAnn Brook Fine Art, 300 Spring St., Nevada City. See Thursday's listing.

Open Gym – Lunch Date — 12:00 pm, Gold Country Gymnastics, 900 Golden Gate Terrace, Grass Valley. We offer open gym play times Friday and Saturday mornings and are excited to be able to now offer Tuesdays at Noon. Pack a picnic lunch and meet your friends for some fun and exercise. No need to worry about the weather. Kids 10 and under welcome, only $7.00 per child. We also offer Frequent Player Cards – 10 sessions for $70 and get 1 free.. (530) 273-3680

LeeAnn Brook Student Show — 4 p.m., Nevada City Winery, 321 Spring St, Nevada City. See Thursday's listing.

Clay Classes, Wheel Throwing, 8 Week Sessions — 6:00 pm, Studio 540, 540 W. Broad St., Nevada City. Beginning Wheel Throwing for Adults Times: Tuesdays, 6 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. September 13 – November 1 Have you ever wanted to try your hand at throwing pots on the wheel? This fun class will cover the basics of wheel throwing: wedging, centering, pulling, shaping and trimming. No previous experience necessary. Ren has over 40 years experience in clay..

Salsa Tuesday Night Dance — 7:30 pm, Fletcher's Dance Hall, 542 Searls Ave., Nevada City. It's Tuesday! Time to Salsa! with Salsa Sierra at Fletcher's Dance Hall. Dance starts at 7:30 and goes til 10:00. Come practice, mingle, socialize, dance, and make merry. FUN and great exercise. It's BYOB if you wish. Club atmosphere, clean beautiful dance floor, safe environment and parking. $5 cover. If you've never tried Salsa, no worries, we'll get you started with an 'intro to Salsa' lesson – just ask. If you want more of a lesson: At 6:30-7:30 Class at any level. Beginner to advanced. Semi-private lesson. $10.

WEDNESDAY

LeeAnn Brook Fine Art Gallery & Studio — 12 p.m., LeeAnn Brook Fine Art, 300 Spring St., Nevada City. See Thursday's listing.

LeeAnn Brook Student Show — 4 p.m, Nevada City Winery, 321 Spring St, Nevada City. See Thursday's listing.

Elks National Foundation Fundraising Dinner — 5 p.m., Grass Valley Elks Lodge, 109 So. School Street, Grass Valley. A themed Mexican dinner in our Lodge – enchiladas, rice, beans and dessert. Margaritas are our specialty and blending begins at 5pm. Dinner is at 6:00pm. Tickets are only $10, reservations are very much appreciated. Please call the Lodge Secretary at 530 273 9228 or email:secretary@grassvalleyelks.org.

Gage McKinney and MacBoyle's Gold — 5 p.m., Foothill Flowers, 102 W. Main St., Grass Valley. Join The Book Seller and Foothill Flowers for an evening to celebrate Gage McKinney's new book release, MacBoyle's Gold- a historical account of the MacBoyle family's struggle to revive the neglected Idaho-Maryland mine in 1849.. (530) 273-2296

Romeo & Juliet Live Broadcast — 7:15 p.m., Del Oro Theatre, 165 Mill St., Grass Valley. The season of plays broadcast live from the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company at The Garrick Theatre in London continues in September with Shakespeares Romeo & Juliet, starring Lily James, Richard Madden, and Derek Jacobi. The play will show Wednesday, September 14 at 7:15 pm and Saturday, Sept. 17 at 10 a.m. at the Del Oro Theatre. In this well-known and beloved tragedy, a longstanding feud between Veronas Montague and Capulet families brings about devastating consequences for two young lovers caught in the conflict. Branagh and his creative team present a modern passionate version of the classic tragedy..