1935 - Sergei Prokofiev composed the music for Romeo and Juliet.
1940 - World premiere in Soviet Russia Leningrad Kirov Theatre.
1955 - The Mosfilm film studio made the film adaptation of Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet.
1955 - Frederick Ashton choreographed a production of Romeo and Juliet for the Royal Danish Ballet.
1962 - John Cranko's choreography of Romeo and Juliet for the Stuttgart Ballet helped the company achieve a worldwide reputation. It had its American premiere in 1969.
1965 - Sir Kenneth MacMillan choreographed a version for the Royal Ballet premiered at the Royal Opera House.
1965 - Oleg Vinogradov stages a version in Russia while serving as assistant ballet master to Pyotr Gusev.
1971 - John Neumeier, partly inspired by John Cranko, created another version of the ballet in Frankfurt.
1974 - Neumeier's Romeo and Juliet premiered in Hamburg as his first full-length ballet with the company.
1977 - Rudolf Nureyev created a new version of Romeo and Juliet for the London Festival Ballet, today's English National Ballet.
1979 - Yuri Grigorovich created a new version for the Bolshoi. This was revived in 2010 and remains in the Bolshoi repertory.
2022 - Jospeh Morrissy choreographed and directed the 2021 adaptation of Romeo and Juliet at Interlochen.