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William shakespeare and The Globe

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A brief description about William Shakespeare and the Globe.

A brief description about William Shakespeare and the Globe.

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  • 1. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (1564-1616) by Antonio V. M
  • 2. QUEEN ELIZABETH I (1533-1603)
  • 3. Queen Elizabeth I
    • Queen Elizabeth I was considered to be the greatest Monarch In English history. She ruled alone for half a Century. She dazzled even her greatest of enemies. Her sense of duty was admirable. Her genuine love for her subjects was legendary.
  • 4. THE GLOBE THEATRE
  • 5. The Globe
    • The Globe does one traditional performance every season….. That means they have males to portray female characters.
  • 6. THE GALLERY
  • 7. THE GALLERY
    • The Seats on either sides of the stage on the second level are where the Queen sat
    • and are considered the best seats even today, therefore more expensive.
  • 8. THE GALLERY
  • 9. Can I book a Seat ………..
    • The globe fills in 1500 seats.
    • 1000 can be seated and 500 can stand.
    • The Beams Are made of oak.
  • 10. THE GROUNDLINGS AREA
  • 11. Here’s The Stage….IMPRESSIVE...
  • 12. THE SIDE STAGE
  • 13. Visiting The Globe The Globe is placed just near the river Thames. Shakespeare's dramas and comedies are played in it.
  • 14. Thank you

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