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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 World of Shakespeare Honors English I
Welcome to the World of Shakespeare Elizabethan Times and History of Theatre.
The Globe Theatre. William Shakespeare moved to London, England at age 21 There, he joined a group of traveling actors, The Lord Chamberlains Men. During.
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William Shakespeare: Life in the Elizabethan Theater.
Theatre Spaces All it takes is someone watching and someone performing.
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Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
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MONEY MONEY Earning, Saving and Spending Money By: Margaret Hall.
Oral Reading Fluency First 100 Most Used Phrases.
High-Frequency Phrases First 100 Words. The people.
Lets build fluency! The people By the water You and I.
Dolch Words the of and to a in that is was.
Life in Whitechapel Mr McDonald This PowerPoint is created using information taken from the resources created by Russel Tarr at Wolverhampton Grammar.
Location Research Project _______ Half Term 20__ Name: _______________.
Theatre History Talented groups of actors began to gain popularity and they were often able to take their performances to inn yards. when the Globe was.
First Grade Sight Words a in I and is it for.
Aim: To introduce Mise-en-Scene. Mise-en-Scene Pronounced meez ahn sen, it is a French term and originates in theatre. Of all the technical aspects mise-en-scene.
Sight Word Phrases Group 1. the little boy a good boy.
First 100 High Frequency Words a her see am about.
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Project. actors/ actress director script theme lines stage directions setting costumes props basic requirements plot vivid performances Exaggerated.
Being Healthy Healthy food (a) 1 Fact: Some food companies use words like fruit and milk to make you think that products such as snacks or puddings are.
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