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William Shakespeare

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  • 1. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
  • 2. SHAKESPEARE BIOGRAPHY
    • William Shakespeare Biography describes the life of William Shakespeare. From birth to death, Shakespeare Biography describes all that is known about Shakespeare's life from available documentation including court and church records, marriage certificates and criticisms by Shakespeare's rivals.
  • 3. SHAKESPEARE SONNETS
    • William Shakespeare's sonnets are responsible for some of poetry's most enduring phrases. Lines such as William Shakespeare's sonnet 18's "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day..." have become universally known whilst other Shakespeare sonnets have become favorites with lovers and poets alike.
  • 4. SHAKESPEARE AND GLOBE THEATRE
    • The Globe Theatre also known as the Shakespeare Globe Theatre was not only one of most famous playhouse’s of all time, but the play house where Shakespeare performed many of his greatest plays. Built from oak, deal, and stolen playhouse frames, the 3 storey, 3000 capacity Globe Theatre, co-owned by William Shakespeare has become almost as famous as the playwright himself.
    • History: Shakespeare needs a new playhouse to compete.
    • The 1598 decision to build the famous playhouse came about as the answer to many of The Lord Chamberlain’s Men’s problems. With the end of a lease on the Blackfriars Theatre in 1597, The Lord Chamberlain’s Men (Shakespeare, J & R Burbage, G Byran, John Hemminges, Augustine Phillips, Thomas Pope and Will Sly) had no where else to readily perform their plays.
    • This acting troupe needed a new playhouse and fast as their rivals, The Admiral’s Men already had the the Rose Playhouse to perform their plays.
    • Clearly the Lord Chamberlain’s Men would need a playhouse to compete, but there was one little problem; a lack of money.
  • 5. SHAKESPEARE PICTURES,,GLOBE THEATRE,,
    • KING JOHN
  • 6. SHAKESPEARE ,,GLOBE THEATRE,,
    • King RICHARD-II
  • 7. SHAKESPEARE ,,GLOBE THEATRE,,
    • OTHELLO
  • 8. SHAKESPEARE ,,GLOBE THEATRE,,
    • HAMLET
  • 9. SHAKESPEARE ,,GLOBE THEATRE,,
    • ROMEO AND JULIET