Shakespeare’s London (note the globe and the bear baiting pit)
School room (consider the classical education and how it helped actors learn lines)
Travelling players (modern pic)
Travelling players in the market place (modern pic)
Players in Stratford (doucments travelling players visiting Stratford)
Plague (when plague struck theatres were closed – shakespeare wrote poetry)
Audience (modern pic) shows rowdiness
Queen Elizabeth  It is said that  Shakespeare wrote The Merry Wives  Of Windsor for her She appears to have  Enjoyed invit...
King James  Also liked the theatre to  Perform for him. Gave  patronage to Shakespeare’s Players and it is said  Macbeth w...
Theatrical Tradition: Faustus
Beautiful Globe remember it may have been painted
Under the stage
Indoor Spaces resembled theatre space
Costumes – shows Titus Andronicus
Shakespeare in print
Garrick Stage next ‘generation’ very different
Victorian theatre –lavish backdrops
Modern productions
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Shakespeare's stages

  1. 1. Shakespeare’s London (note the globe and the bear baiting pit)
  2. 2. School room (consider the classical education and how it helped actors learn lines)
  3. 3. Travelling players (modern pic)
  4. 4. Travelling players in the market place (modern pic)
  5. 5. Players in Stratford (doucments travelling players visiting Stratford)
  6. 6. Plague (when plague struck theatres were closed – shakespeare wrote poetry)
  7. 7. Audience (modern pic) shows rowdiness
  8. 8. Queen Elizabeth It is said that Shakespeare wrote The Merry Wives Of Windsor for her She appears to have Enjoyed inviting The theatre to perform
  9. 9. King James Also liked the theatre to Perform for him. Gave patronage to Shakespeare’s Players and it is said Macbeth was written to Please him
  10. 10. Theatrical Tradition: Faustus
  11. 11. Beautiful Globe remember it may have been painted
  12. 12. Under the stage
  13. 13. Indoor Spaces resembled theatre space
  14. 14. Costumes – shows Titus Andronicus
  15. 15. Shakespeare in print
  16. 16. Garrick Stage next ‘generation’ very different
  17. 17. Victorian theatre –lavish backdrops
  18. 18. Modern productions

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