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Shakespeare and the Stage

EN 233 Bibliographic Group Presentation

Yasmine Boyd

on 20 November 2012

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Notes to be provided So What?! The Globe Theater Handbills were distributed throughout the streets. Plays were performed at 2 p.m., and were roughly 3 hours long Admission: a pence to stand, twopence to sit on gallery benches, threepence to sit on cushions in the Gentlemen’s Rooms, sixpence to sit in the Lord’s Rooms. Those who stood were referred to as “groundlings”. The Troupe The acting community in London was very small, so players joined and left companies often. The most famous members of The Lord Chamberlain's Men were William Kempe and Richard Burbage, who were 2 of the “Sharers”. Troupes had to pay a licensing fee of £10 to the Lord Chamberlain for each new script. Notes Fun Facts: Who knew?! a) price of admission equal to $1.60 c) only rehearsed 3 times before a performance b) the floor was covered in hazelnut shells In short...it was the place be at Matrix Partners preso! Harvard Business Review How to lower the cost of enterprise sales? Inside the Theater: Attendees and their Experience = The Making of a Playhouse T e G obe Th ter _ _ __ Shakespeare
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A look at theater going in the time of Shakespeare The Troop
Their Staging What do YOU think about... building on it first thought Given the information presented, what similarities can be drawn between 16th Century and contemporary theater going? What is different? Questions to get
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I like to explain to you the problem the way I see it, the changes I suggest to avoid making the same mistake again. and Travels to Clients The Plays on Stage Lord Chamberlain's Men consisted of only 15 actors The original Globe opened in 1599 and burnt down June 1613 during the performance of Henry VIII. Due to the great success of the Globe, the second Globe was rebuilt on the same foundation as the original. Knowledge about the interior layout of the Globe remains unknown. The only surviving document is a sketch by Johannes de Witt of the Swan Theater. Globe Theater at capacity: 3,000 Outline of Knowledge to Come All of Shakespeare's plays were meant to be performed In your opinion, is studying theater history important? Why or why not? What about theater going made it such a unifying pastime for people of all social classes in the 16th Century? Is this seen in any aspect of entertainment today? Attendees and Their
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