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Shakespeare & The Globe Theatre Starter. Write down 3 things you know about The Globe Theatre. Shakespeare & The Globe Theatre. Shakespeare & The Globe Theatre. Objectives In this lesson you are going to find out about: Shakespeares early life Shakespeare's early plays. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<p>An Introduction to Shakespeares Theatre</p> <p>Shakespeare &amp; The Globe TheatreStarterWrite down 3 things you know about The Globe Theatre.Shakespeare &amp; The Globe Theatre</p> <p>Shakespeare &amp; The Globe Theatre</p> <p>ObjectivesIn this lesson you are going to find out about: Shakespeares early life Shakespeare's early plays. The Globe Theatre 16th Century London Theatre.You will complete some Mini-Tasks and a Quiz. You also have to answer a Question about Romeo &amp; Juliet in the End of Semester Exam.</p> <p>Shakespeare &amp; The Globe TheatreEarly LifeThis is the house of Shakespeares father, John Shakespeare inStratford-upon-Avon where Shakespeare is believed to have been born on 23rd April 1564.Complete Mini Task 1</p> <p>Shakespeare married the 26-year-oldAnne Hathaway in 1582 when he was 18. After the birth of his twins in 1585 Shakespeare seems to have disappeared from all known records and does not re-appear until his plays start being performed in London in 1592.This period in Shakespeare's life has come to be known as the lost years. It is speculated that he did may jobs like being a schoolmaster or he may have gone abroad to Europe where he heard the stories he was later to turn into plays such as Romeo &amp; Juliet.Shakespeare &amp; The Globe TheatreEarly Work Some biographers suggest that Shakespeares career probably began as an actor sometime in the mid-1580s. From 1594, Shakespeare's plays were performed by only theLord Chamberlain's Men, a company owned by a group of players, including Shakespeare, that soon became the leadingtheatre companyin London. After the death ofQueen Elizabethin 1603, the company was awarded a royal patent which allowed them to carry on acting by the new king,James 1. The company then changed its name to theKing's Men.</p> <p>Complete Mini Task 2</p> <p>Shakespeare &amp; The Globe TheatreThe Blackfriars Indoor TheatreIn 1599, a partnership of company members, including Shakespeare, built their own theatre called The Globe, on the south bank of theRiver Thames</p> <p>In 1608, the partnership also took over theBlackfriars indoor theatre which allowed them to perform plays in all weathers and throughout the year.Records of Shakespeare's property purchases and investments indicate that the company made him a wealthy man.In 1597, he bought the second-largest house in Stratford,New Place.</p> <p>There are no contemporary drawings of any of Shakespeares theatres. What we know about The Globe we have learned from architectural plans from this period. </p> <p>The only drawing in existence is a tourist sketch. Johann DeWitts was a Dutch visitor to London and this is the drawing he made of The Swan theatre in London in 1595 </p> <p>Complete Mini Task 3built in 1599 by Shakespeare's playing company, the Lord Chamberlain's Men, and was destroyed by fire on 29 June 1613.[3] A second Globe Theatre was built on the same site by June 1614 and closed in 1642 Shakespeare &amp; The Globe TheatreThe SwanShakespeare &amp; The Globe TheatreA Model of the Globe Theatre</p> <p>Built in 1599 by Shakespeare's company the Lord Chamberlain's Men, and destroyed by fire on 29 June 1613 by which time Shakespeare had retired back to Stratford-upon-AvonA second Globe Theatre was built on the same site by June 1614 and closed in 1642 because of the English Civil War.Shakespeare &amp; The Globe TheatreA Model of the Globe Theatre</p> <p>You can see from this model that the theatre was an 0 shape with no central roof. There was a canopy over the stage to keep the actors dry and the gallery seats also had some shelter from the elements. But the people who stood in the courtyard to watch the play had no shelter from wind and rain at all. These patrons paid one penny to stand and watch the play and were known as Groundlings.Complete Mini Task 4</p> <p>A cut away drawing of the Globe Theatre</p> <p>as the courtyard and canopy over the stage.Plays were only performed during the daytime in the summer months. A flag was flown to show that a play was being performed.You could sit on the benches for six-pence or a shilling but a cushion would cost an extra penny!Complete Mini Task 5</p> <p>Shakespeare &amp; The Globe TheatreIn this diagram you can see the three Galleries of seating as well Shakespeare &amp; The Globe TheatreThe Globe Stage</p> <p>On this model you can see that the stage had three entrances at the back and a gallery with a balcony above the entrances. This was used for musicians but also came in handy for the balcony scene in Romeo &amp; Juliet.You can also see that two pillars were used to support the canopy. The stage also had a trapdoor which could be used for special effects Like a ghost appearing.Now complete Mini Task 6 Shakespeare &amp; The Globe TheatreThe Globe Stage After 16061607, Shakespeare wrote fewer plays, and none are attributed to him after 1613.His last three plays were collaborations, probably withJohn Fletcher, who succeeded him as the house playwright for the Kings Men. Shakespeare died on 23 April 1616 and in his will, Shakespeare left the bulk of his large estate to his elder daughter Susanna.Shakespeare's will scarcely mentions his wife, Anne, but he leave her "my second best bed", This may seem an insult to Anne, but the second-best bed would have been the matrimonial bed and therefore rich in significance. He was buried in Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon. Now complete Mini Task 7 </p> <p>Shakespeares monument in Holy Trinity Church.Shakespeares Plays First PerformedPlayType1590-91Henry VI, Part IIH1590-91Henry VI, Part IIIH1591-92Henry VI, Part IH1592-93Richard IIIH1592-93Comedy of ErrorsC1593-94Titus AndronicusT1593-94Taming of the ShrewC1594-95Two Gentlemen of VeronaC1594-95Love's Labour's LostC1594-95Romeo and JulietT1595-96Richard IIH1595-96A Midsummer Night's DreamC1596-97King JohnH1596-97The Merchant of VeniceC15901590159115921592159315931594159415941595159515961596</p> <p>Shakespeare wrote three types of plays, Histories, Tragedies and Comedies. This is a list of his plays and the year of first performance.Now complete Mini Task 8The New Globe Theatre in London</p> <p>The New Globe Theatre in London</p> <p>The New Globe Theatre in London</p> <p>The New Globe Theatre in London</p>

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