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THE GLOBE © 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 13712 How much do you know about the Globe? Scripts Playwright Effects Puritans Actors Groundlings The Plague Cutpurses
THE GLOBE © 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 23712 Here’s a quick quiz. See if you can guess the correct answer before it is revealed.
THE GLOBE © 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 33712 Groundlings were: 1. The land the theatre was built upon. 2. Audience members who had to stand on the floor. 3. The pillars used on stage that connected with the ground. How did the audience know the play was going to start? 1. They would check their watch or mobile phone. 2. An actor would shout from the stage. 3. A trumpet was sounded. Pick out the right answer from three choices.
THE GLOBE © 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 43712 A Playwright is the: 1. Author of the play. 2. The person who checked the play for any problems. 3. The person who would prompt the actors if they forgot their lines. Shakespeare was a shareholder in the Globe. This meant: 1. He could sell spare seats in performances to friends. 2. He had shares in the success of the company and the theatre. 3. He was the spare actor who might take a part at the last minute. Pick out the right answer from three choices.
THE GLOBE © 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 53712 Puritans were: 1. Strict protestants who were very religious and who were against the theatres. 2. People who liked to wash their hands. 3. Theatre fans. Actors learnt their part: 1. By being given a copy of the whole play for them to use. 2. By being told their lines. 3. By being given a section of the play with just their part on it.
THE GLOBE © 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 63712 Plays and theatres were: 1. Enjoyed by everyone in society. 2. Blamed for spreading the plague and crime. 3. Only open on a Tuesday. Going to the theatre cost: 1. Nothing at all. 2. 50p to stand and £1 for a seat. 3. Only 1 penny for a groundling to stand.
THE GLOBE © 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 73712 The Plague: 1. Was not contagious. 2. Was an infectious disease spread by rats. 3. Was only found in London because of the theatres. A Cutpurse was: 1. Elizabethan slang for thieves who would cut your purse from your belt. 2. A bargain – cut price – cutpurse. 3. A fashion item in Elizabethan times.
THE GLOBE © 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 83712 Can you remember all the answers? Write down a meaning for each word. (You only have a few seconds.) Are you ready? HERE GOES...
THE GLOBE © 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 93712 Groundlings Playwright
THE GLOBE © 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 103712 Scripts Cutpurse
THE GLOBE © 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 113712 The plague Puritans
THE GLOBE © 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 123712 How well did you do? Did you learn anything new? Keep an eye out for these ideas and vocabulary in the rest of the lesson!
THE GLOBE © 2005 www.teachit.co.uk 133712 Copy down the meanings of any words you don’t know. Playwright is the author of the play. Puritans were strict religious believers who were against the theatres. Groundlings were the theatre audience who stood on the floor. Scripts were the copies of the play given to actors with just their lines on. Cutpurses were thieves who would steal purses from audience goers while they were distracted.
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre Why was the Globe built? The Lord Chamberlain’s Men (Shakespeare’s acting troupe) needed a place to perform their plays so.
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