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    The study was based on the GLOBE project cultural attributes and, thus, assumed the applicability of the GLOBE methodology. To implement the aim of the study, Reily and Karounos (2009) conducted a survey of a sample of international sales managers from a number of countries. The findings of the study revealed that all cultures tend to favor emotional intelligence more than technical skills and a number of social competencies with regard to effective leadership. The study incorporates the concepts of emotional intelligence, cross-cultural perceptions and leadership. Its limitations deal with the fact that the findings cannot be generalized to other cultures without respective…

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    Shakespeare was born in April 23, 1564 in a small market town of Stratford-upon-Avon. He died on his birthday in 1616. During his life, Shakespeare’s father became the bailiff which is the mayor in 1568. Williams attended the Stratford grammar school and spent 9 hours a day in school. Also he was to study Latin because it was neccessary for certain jobs and was a sign of an educated person. He was a country boy and enjoyed gardening, horsebackriding, and archery. He like lawn bowling the best.…

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    Before the first theatres, playwrights and actors performed in towns, college halls, inn courtyards, and private houses (“The Original Globe”). When the Globe was built, theatres had only been around for roughly five years. Not only was William Shakespeare an amazing playwright, he helped design one of the first theatres! The beautiful Globe Theatre lied on the south of the river Thames (Mabillard). One woman described it as “one of the most elaborate and attractive theatres built.” The…

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    Shakespeare completed grammar school, he was not able to attend university due to his father’s poor financial situation. In 1582 at 18 years old instead of attending university, he married Anne Hathaway and had three children. In the following seven years after his twins’ birth there is a time period where Shakespeare is incomplete and unreliable; This is referred to as his “lost years”. When Shakespeare resurfaced after the birth of his children and his “lost years,” he faced some difficulties…

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    (Kennedy, 2008). Assuming that A Midsummer Night’s Dream was created around or after the year 1580, it is very likely, that this play was staged at The Theatre. In 1599, Burbage had a disagreement with The Theatre’s landlord, which contributed to dismantling of the building. The timbers left from its deconstruction were later used in building another theatrical place called, the Globe, into which Shakespeare himself invested ten percent of his own savings (Kennedy, 2008). This place, as Gurr…

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    to the globe theater. That theater is where most of Shakespeare play were first presented to the public. Shakespeare bought his share of the globe theater along with others from lord chamberlain’s men. The globe theater was the biggest out of the four theaters. Shakespeare has a very important literature part on the world and the globe theater helped put on the plays for Shakespeare. Shakespeare friend James Burbage built the globe theater in 1599. Shakespeare became a shareholder with the…

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    Elizabethan Theatres, And How Theatres Have Changed Theatre, like most things, has evolved over the years, and is vastly different from what it was five hundred years ago. Macbeth by William Shakespeare was written during the Elizabethan era, which had playhouses which are very different from twenty first century theatres. The first Elizabethan playhouse in England was built in 1576, just outside of London’s city boundaries. Simply named The Theatre, this building lead way for The Curtain, The…

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    One of the greatest playwrights of all time was William Shakespeare. He, like many famous individuals, was not terribly popular when he lived. He wrote more than 30 plays and did many other works as well. The plays he wrote captivated the audience, and told story's like no other. He built his own theater, and used the money he got from it, to buy his family the second largest estate in Stratford. His fame mostly came after he had died. In the 19th century, adoration for Shakespeare was at its…

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    be remembered. The structure of the play was written in a rhythm like of heartbeats. Marlowe also repeated some lines more than twice to make sure that the audience heard the words that were important in the play. During the era when Queen Elizabeth ruled England, they only had male actors on stage since women were not allowed as actors on stage. The men would dress up as the women characters when women were needed on stage. The play was performed in the most popular theater inside of London…

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    clothing during the Elizabethan Era as they will be working in a messy environment. The Globe Theatre 5. The Globe Theatre was built in 1597 to 1598, and opened in autumn 1599 in Southwark England. The theatre was built on Thomas Brend’s land by Shakespeare’s company; Lords Chamberlain’s men, who were a company of actors. The Globe theatre could fit up to thousands of people. The theatre was used for numerous plays, most of which were written by William Shakespeare. The theatre was also known…

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