Шекспир

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Шекспир

  1. 1. William Shakespeare
  2. 2. Richard Burbage Considered England’s first great actor, Richard Burbage starred in the first productions of many of English playwright William Shakespeare’s plays. He was born about 1567.
  3. 3. Globe Theatre in London The Globe Theatre, where dramatist William Shakespeare saw his plays performed 400 years ago, has been rebuilt near its original location on the south bank of the Thames River in London, England. The rebuilt theater opened in 1997 and offers performances of Shakespeare’s plays during the summer. Traditional materials were used in the rebuilding. A thatched roof covers the galleries where the audience sits, and the outer walls are made of lime plaster.
  4. 4. Globe Theatre Interior Audience members at the reconstructed Globe Theatre in London can sit on benches in one of the three covered galleries or stand in the open yard, just as audiences did in the original Globe Theatre of Shakespeare’s time. The projecting stage has a thatched roof and an elaborately decorated back wall. Large oak pillars, painted to look like marble, support a canopy, which has been painted to represent the heavens.
  5. 5. Shakespeare’s Birthplace English playwright William Shakespeare was born in this house on Henley Street in Stratford-upon- Avon in April 1564. Shakespeare’s father, John, purchased the building in two stages, in 1556 and 1572. Today, Shakespeare’s birthplace is a museum, furnished as it might have been in Shakespeare’s time. It also houses an exhibit on Shakespeare’s life.
  6. 6. Shakespeare’s Burial Site England’s greatest playwright, William Shakespeare, died on April 23, 1616, and was buried in the Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, shown here. His epitaph reads: Good friend for Jesus sake forbeare To digg the dust encloased heare: Blese be ye man yt spares thes stones And curst be he yt moves my bones.
  7. 7. Shakespeare in the Park A popular summer tradition in New York City is “Shakespeare in the Park,” a series of productions of plays by William Shakespeare. The shows take place in the evenings at an open-air theater in Central Park. The Shakespeare in the Park performances were launched by American theater producer Joseph Papp in the 1950s.
  8. 8. Источники: Энциклопедия Encarta

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