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Answer these questions. You may use your notes and/or the textbook. Answers will be collected and graded. About the Globe: 1. What time of day were performances held? Why? 2. How many people could fit into the Globe Theatre? 3. How long was an average play ?

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Answer these questions.You may use your notes and/or the textbook. Answers will be collected and graded.

About the Globe:

1. What time of day were performances held? Why?

2. How many people could fit into the Globe Theatre?

3. How long was an average play?

4. How many acts made up the plays?

5. How were actresses regarded in Shakespeare's time?

6. What was the scenery like in the Globe Theatre?

7. What were the actors’ costumes like?

8. How many times has the Globe Theatre been destroyed?

9. Does the theater still stand today?

10. Of what material was the theater primarily made?

About Shakespeare:

1. When was Shakespeare born?

2. When did he dieand what is significant about this date?

3. What was his family like?

4. Did he go to school or college?

5. Who did Shakespeare marry?

6. Did he have children, and if so, what were their names?

7. What job positions did he hold?

8. With what theatre company was Shakespeare involved?

9. Could one of us be direct descendents of Shakespeare?

10. How many total plays did Shakespeare write?

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Answer these questions.You may use your notes and/or the textbook. Answers will be collected and graded.

About the Globe:

1. What time of day were performances held? Why? Daytime, due to lighting.

2. How many people could fit into the Globe Theatre?

2,500 to 3,000

3. How long was an average play? Approx. 2 hours

4. How many acts made up the plays? 5 acts

5. How were actresses regarded in Shakespeare's time? They were not permitted to act. Men played the women’s roles.

6. What was the scenery like in the Globe Theatre? There was minimal to no scenery.

7. What were the actors’ costumes like? Elaborate

8. How many times has the Globe Theatre been destroyed? 3 times by fire

9. Does the theater still stand today? No, but a reconstruction does.

10. Of what material was the theater primarily made? Wood and Thatch

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Answer these questions.You may use your notes and/or the textbook. Answers will be collected and graded.

About Shakespeare:

1. When was Shakespeare born? April 23, 1564

2. When did he dieand what is significant about this date? April 23, 1616 – his birthday

3. What was his family like?

Well-Respected Family

4. Did he go to school or college? Probably Stratford Grammar School

5. Who did Shakespeare marry? Anne Hathaway

6. Did he have children, and if so, what were their names? Yes, Susanna, Judith, Hamnet

7. What job positions did he hold? Country Schoolmaster, Actor, Playwright, Part-Owner of Theatre Company

8. With what theatre company was Shakespeare involved? The Lord Chamberlain’s Men; The King’s Men

9. Could one of us be direct descendents of Shakespeare? No

10. How many total plays did Shakespeare write? 37