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Elizabethan Theater How is theater of the Elizabethan Era different from theater today? What modern day theater districts do you know of?
Theater District Made up of 9 play houses or theaters Located outside of Londons city Pubs Taverns Bawdy Houses or Brothels - prostitutes. Seedy area: pick-pockets & thieves
The Globe: Stats. Plays produced for the general public No Roof Round No artificial lighting (no electricity) Several sections: courtyard with pit surrounded with galleries
The Globe: Seating Cheapest seats = standing room only Groundlings stood in the pit- Tickets only a PENNY! Royalty & patrons sat in the galleries
Advertising Flags were used to advertise the type of play They couldnt use fliers or posters because most people were illiterate.
Today: An advertisement for the Globe might look like this
Actors Vagabonds or vagrants - traveled Perceived a threat - spread disease Little time to rehearse - 3 weeks
Props, Effects, & Costumes Trap doors Pigs blood & guts Harnesses & wires Sheets of metal Canons Elaborate costumes - royal hand-me downs
Main Patrons of the Globe of the Globe Do whatever you want, as long as its what I want. Lord StrangeLord ChamberlainKing James IQueen Elizabeth I
The Globe A Theater in the Round…. Although Shakespeare's plays were performed at other venues during the playwright's career, the Globe Theatre in the.
The Globe Theatre Unit Essential Questions: Why are we still reading Shakespeare’s plays today? In what ways did the Elizabethan time period affect Shakespeare's.
Shakespeare And His Theater. The theater of Shakespeare The actors were all men. The actors were all men. Women’s parts were played by young boys Women’s.
In a world without television, movies, or radio, plays were an important source of amusement. This was especially true in Shakespeare’s London. A day’s.
Renaissance Theater The Reconstructed Globe Theater in London.
Shakespeare’s Theater Theater in London Performed in courtyards of inns The Theater—the first public theater—1576 Daytime/open air Limited set design.
The Globe Theatre Class notes defining the areas of Shakespeare’s “Wooden O.”
The Theater During Shakespeare’s Time Elizabethan Theater Called this to honor the queen, Queen Elizabeth I She loved art, music, drama, and poetry She.
William Shakespeare: Stratford-upon-Avon.
William Shakespeare. Born on April 23, 1564, in Stratford-on-Avon, England.
Globe Theater. The Globe Theatre was constructed in It became one of four major theaters in London. The others were the Swan, the Rose, and the.
Shakespeare’s time (last part of the 16 th and the early 17 th century).
Henry VII became king in 1485, followed by Henry VIII. They were the first Tudor kings (Tudor was their family name). Henry VIII’s daughter, Elizabeth.
William Shakespeare: An Introduction Prepared by Mr. Grabham Brampton Christian School.
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre About the Globe Shakespeare's Globe was the most popular English theatre of its time, frequented by people from all walks.
Shakespeare and His Theater Early Elizabethan Theaters The First Permanent Theater The Globe The Globe’s Stage A Performance at the Globe The Modern Stage.
Globe Theater Globe diagram overview. This is one artist’s sketch of the Globe Theatre one of the first established theatres in London built in 1599 by.
Queen Elizabeth ruled England during much of Shakespeare’s time.
An Introduction to William Shakespeare. Shakespeare’s Early Life Born April 1564 in Stratford Upon Avon in England Born April 1564 in Stratford Upon Avon.
The Globe Theater I. Opened in 1599 II. Located on south bank of Thames River III. Also called the “Wooden O” --octagonal shape similar to an O.
Shakespeare performed his plays here Constructed in 1599 On the banks of the Thames River Near London Shape: Octagonal Play time: 2 hours Cost: One penny.
Shakespeare and the Theater A historical account of The Globe and The Blackfriar ’ s Theater.
Elizabethan Age Theatre Origins of Elizabethan Age Named for Queen Elizabeth I of England QE was a strong supporter of the arts (literature,
Elizabethan Theatre UNIT 2. Why is it named Elizabethan? The type of theatre that took place during her rule, She greatly loved drama.
Shakespeare Basic Shakespeare Facts Born: April 23 rd,1564 Died: April 23 rd, 1616 Married Anne Hathaway in 1582 –He was 18, she was 26 –They.
History of Theater Renaissance Drama. The Renaissance Definition: “rebirth” Transition between medieval times and modern times Began in Italy in the early.
DRILL What is one thing that you learned about Shakespeare yesterday that you DID NOT know before?
Shakespeare’s Globe Theater An Overview. Introduction The Globe theater was built in the Southwark district of London in The Globe theater was built.
THE THEATRE IN SHAKESPEARE’S TIME ENG1D1. ORIGINS The first proper theater opened in 1567 – “The Red Lion” Most plays were performed in a courtyard.
GLOBE THEATRE. THE GLOBE THEATRE GLOBE THEATRE: HISTORY Globe theatre was built in 1599 The Globe was a warm-weather theatre as it had a roofless yard.
1563 – 1616 Shakespeare is widely regarded as the greatest writer in English Literature. Lived at Stratford-Upon Avon in England He was born and.
Introduction to Italian and English Renaissance Theatre.
Background: The Theater and the Players. Before there were theaters… Acting was originally a transient endeavor. In other words, it was like the circus.
Elizabethan Drama Elements and Staging. History of Theater in England Originally, actors would perform in any open area for spectators (halls, courtyards,
Shakespearean Theater London 1599 “The Play’s the Thing”
The Globe Theater By: Katie Smith, Abigail Hagan, and Casey Stalker.
By: Jocelyn White & Lauren Frey. Early English Theatre in London during the Elizabethan Era where most of Shakespeare's plays were presented. Two brothers,
William Shakespeare The Elizabethan Theater Grade-VIII Prepared by Ms BHAKTI SHAH PAWAR PUBLIC SCHOOL KANDIVALI.
Shakespeare: A Man Not of an Age, but of all Time.
Adapted from nglish_321_S2005/Introduction.ppt William Shakespeare Part II.
William Shakespeare Widely regarded as the greatest writer in English Literature.
William Shakespeare English poet and playwright.
Each theater has it’s own flag that gets raised on the day of a play Most plays were performed in the afternoon by daylight Lots of props to create.
GLOBE THEATRE 12/31/111P Wilson. 12/31/11P Wilson Today.
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Background Information Built in 1599 by Shakespeare’s playing company – Lord Chamberlain’s Men Destroyed by a fire on June.
Welcome to the Theater!! By: Shelby Yost The Elizabethan Age/ The English Renaissance.
THE GLOBE THEATRE William Shakespeare. 1. THE HEAVENS Canopy Supported by pillars and hut on top. Shaded actors from sun and rain Represented the.
Elizabethan Theatres Theatres did not have Scenery Curtains Special lighting Women actors Theatres were built around roofless octagonal courtyards.
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