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And the Globe Theatre
His life
Lucas and Joanna
Shakespeare’s life
He was born in
Stratford-upon-Avon in
1564, in England. Later
he went to London, to
be an actor. But he...
Why is Shakespeare so famous?
 Shakespeare lived more than 400 years ago. Yet people
still go to see his plays.
 Shakesp...
Plays
Tragedies
 Antony and Cleopatra
 Coriolanus
 Cymbeline
 Hamlet
 Julius Caesar
 King Lear
 Macbeth
 Othello
...
More plays….
 Edward III
 Richard II
 1 Henry IV
 2 Henry IV
 Henry V
 1 Henry VI
 2 Henry VI
 3 Henry VI
 Richar...
Some of the above…
 Timon of Athens
 Titus Andronicus
 Troilus and Cressida
Comedies
 All's Well That Ends Well
 As Y...
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William shakespare by Joanna and Lucas

  1. 1. And the Globe Theatre His life Lucas and Joanna
  2. 2. Shakespeare’s life He was born in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1564, in England. Later he went to London, to be an actor. But he became famous for writing plays. His friends said he was the best writer of his time. Most people now say he was the best of all time.
  3. 3. Why is Shakespeare so famous?  Shakespeare lived more than 400 years ago. Yet people still go to see his plays.  Shakespeare plays are performed all over the world. Students study Shakespeare in school and at university. People write books about Shakespeare. There are Shakespeare theatres and Shakespeare festivals.
  4. 4. Plays Tragedies  Antony and Cleopatra  Coriolanus  Cymbeline  Hamlet  Julius Caesar  King Lear  Macbeth  Othello  Romeo and Juliet  Sir Thomas More
  5. 5. More plays….  Edward III  Richard II  1 Henry IV  2 Henry IV  Henry V  1 Henry VI  2 Henry VI  3 Henry VI  Richard III  Henry VIII
  6. 6. Some of the above…  Timon of Athens  Titus Andronicus  Troilus and Cressida Comedies  All's Well That Ends Well  As You Like It  The Comedy of Errors  Love's Labour's Lost  Measure for Measure  The Merchant of Venice  The Merry Wives of Windsor  A Midsummer Night's Dream
  7. 7. Thank you for watching our project!

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