WHO WAS SHAKESPEARE?Poet and playwrightGreatest writer in the english languageAnd the best dramatist in the worldHe is often called Englands national poet andthe "Bard of Avon".
PLAYSHis plays have been translatedMany of the plays of Shakespeare wereperformed at the Globe Theater in London, andalso private plays were given for royalty, notablyQueen Elizabeth I and her successor, King James. He wrote histories, comedies, and tragedies
ComediesAll’s Well Taht Ends WellAs You Like ItComedy of ErrorsLoves Labours LostMeasure for MeasureMerchant of VeniceMerry Wives of WindsorMidsummer Nights DreamMuch Ado about NothingTaming of the ShrewTempestTwelfth NightTwo Gentlemen of VeronaWinter’s Tale
TragediesAntony and Cleo patraCoriolanusCymbelineHamletJulius CaesarKing LearMacbethOthelloRomeo and JulietTimon of AthensTitus AndronicusTroilus and Cressida
HistoriesHenry IV, Part IHenry IV, Part IIHenry VHenry VI, Part IHenry VI, Part IIHenry VI, Part IIIHenry VIIIKing JohnPericlesRichard IIRichard IIIPoemsLovers ComplaintPassionate PilgrimPhoenix and theTurtleRape of LucreceVenus and Adonis
SinopsisIn Verona Beach clashes occur between the two mostpowerful families (the Montagues and the Capulets),which aims to get the domain of the city. FulgencioCapulet organizes a party she attends, through themediation of his friend Mercutio, Romeo Montague.What Capulet claim is that his young daughter Julietto commit to the arrogant Dave Paris, the son of thegovernor. But when you look at Romeo and Juliet willarise between them from the moment the spark oflove.