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When was Shakespeare born?
April 23, 1564
Where was he born?
upon Avon
What's so special about his birthday?
It is on the same day as his death
He is what out of eight children?
third
What was his fathers name?
John
What did he work as?
Shopkeeper, Justice of Peace, and High Bailiff (mayor)
How old was he when he got married?
18
Who was his wife?
Anne Hathaway
How many kids did he have?
3
1592 he was a blank and a blank
actor and playwright
When was Romeo and Juliet made?
1594-96
How may plays did he write?
37
What are 5 examples of his plays?
Julius Ceaser, Macbeth, Hamlet, King Lear, 12th Night
What happened in 1954?
Charter member of Lord Chamberlain's men
What was Lord Chamberlains name changed to and why?
King's Men; becuase the men were supported by King James himself
What day did he die?
April 23, 1616
'a
he
a'
on
an' or and
if
anon!
Soon! Right Away! Coming!
but
if or only
good-den or go-den or God-den
Good evening
hap or happy
luck or lucky
humor
mood or moisture
Jack
common fellow, ordinary guy
maid
unmarried girl
mark
listen to
Marry!
mild oath, shortened from "By the Virgin Mary!"
nice
tricial, foolish
owes
owns
shrift
confession or forgiceness for sins that have been confessed to a priest. After confession a person was said to be shriven
Soft!
Quiet! Hush! Slow Up!
Stay!
Wait!
withal
with that, with.
wot
know
Theater is the medium of...
words
Movies are the medium of...
visual
Proscenium stage
small curtained inner stage