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Elizabethab drama and theatres

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This PowerPoint Presentation is devoted to the history of the ttheatre during the Ellizabethab times in England. It gives the inaormation about famous theatres of the time, about companies and actors, it also describes the major features of the preformances. The presentation can be used be English teachers in the high school.

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Elizabethan Theaters

Elizabethan Theaters

Elizabethan Theaters Queen Elizabeth I loved music, drama, and poetry and  was a patron of the theatre and arts.

Elizabethan Theaters

Queen Elizabeth I

loved music, drama, and poetry and

was a patron of the theatre and arts.

Elizabethan Theaters King James I -Became king in 1603; -Was a supporter of drama; -James became the patron of Shakespeare’s acting company - they changed their company name from the Lord Chamberlain’s Men to the King’s Men.

Elizabethan Theaters

King James I

-Became king in 1603;

-Was a supporter of drama;

-James became the patron of Shakespeare’s acting company -

they changed their company name from the Lord Chamberlain’s Men to the King’s Men.

Elizabethan Theaters The “ Master of Revels ” was the official censor of the plays. A patron sponsored an acting company.

Elizabethan Theaters

The “ Master of Revels ” was the official censor of the plays.

A patron sponsored an acting company.

Playhouses Private – small, roofed buildings for the wealthy people. Public – usually the backyards of inns. Famous theaters – the Rose, the Swan, the Globe, and the Curtain.

Playhouses

Private – small, roofed buildings for the wealthy people.

Public – usually the backyards of inns.

Famous theaters – the Rose, the Swan, the Globe, and the Curtain.

Elizabethan Theaters The Theatre - London’s first theatre; -Built in 1576; -Owned by James Burbage.

Elizabethan Theaters

The Theatre

- London’s first theatre;

-Built in 1576;

-Owned by James Burbage.

Elizabethan Theaters

Elizabethan Theaters

Elizabethan Theaters The Theatre 1576 The Curtain 1577 The Rose 1587 The Swan 1595 The Globe 1599 The Fortune 1600

Elizabethan Theaters

The Theatre 1576

The Curtain 1577

The Rose 1587

The Swan 1595

The Globe 1599

The Fortune 1600

The Globe Theatre

The Globe Theatre

The Globe Theatre -Built in 1599; -Shakespeare was a part owner; -Burned down in 1613; -Rebuilt in 1614 - Torn down in 1644 by the Puritans.

The Globe Theatre

-Built in 1599;

-Shakespeare was a part owner;

-Burned down in 1613;

-Rebuilt in 1614

- Torn down in 1644 by the Puritans.

a flag the hut (heaven) the trap door (hell) the galleries the stage the yard (groundlings)

a flag

the hut (heaven)

the trap door (hell)

the galleries

the stage

the yard (groundlings)

-An o pen-air theatre; The plays were held in the afternoon in any weather; -A flag was hoisted on the day of the performance;

-An o pen-air theatre;

  • The plays were held in the afternoon in any weather;

-A flag was hoisted on the day of the performance;

The trumpet played three times to announce that the play was about to begin.

The trumpet played three times to announce that the play was about to begin.

The audience paid a penny and stood in the yard to watch a performance (groundlings). There were about 3000 seats in the galleries for wealthy people.

The audience paid a penny and stood in the yard to watch a performance (groundlings).

There were about 3000 seats in the galleries for wealthy people.

-Most plays lasted two hours without interruption. -No scenery was used during the performance.

-Most plays lasted two hours

without interruption.

-No scenery was used during the performance.

The stage was considered a lower class profession, and no women could appear there. Young boys played female roles.

The stage was considered a lower class profession, and no women could appear there.

Young boys played female roles.

Actors wore contemporary costumes donated by their wealthy patrons.

Actors wore contemporary costumes donated by their wealthy patrons.

Acting Companies - Consisted of 25-30 actors; Plays were written with actors and their abilities in mind; - The companies were named after their patrons (Lord Chamberlain’s Men, King’s Men).

Acting Companies

- Consisted of 25-30 actors;

  • Plays were written with actors and their abilities in mind;

- The companies were named after their patrons (Lord Chamberlain’s Men, King’s Men).

Elizabethan Actors Richard Burbage - one of the great tragic actors of his day. The roles of Hamlet, Othello and Lear were probably written for him.

Elizabethan Actors

Richard Burbage

- one of the great tragic actors of his day. The roles of Hamlet, Othello and Lear were probably written for him.

Elizabethan Actors Will Kemp was a famous comedian.

Elizabethan Actors

Will Kemp was a famous comedian.

Elizabethan Actors William Shakespeare acted in many of his plays. It is assumed that he played smaller roles in a variety of his own plays, including the ghost of Hamlet’s father.

Elizabethan Actors

William Shakespeare acted in many of his plays.

It is assumed that he played smaller roles in a variety of his own plays, including the ghost of Hamlet’s father.

The New Globe 1997

The New Globe 1997


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Elizabethab drama and theatres

Автор: Киричок Ирина Ивановна

Дата: 09.12.2015

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