"Acting companies spent much money on colorful costumes, largely to produce visual splendor. Flashing swords and swirling banners also added color and excitement."
well in the plays of shakespeare they did not were any of the fancy costumes it was almost like wearing regulate close. well I know that back then there were no fancy costumes now this fit in for. What I know becauses the did not have a largely to produces visual splendor
'William Shakespeare lived in England during the Elizabethan era and wore clothes in the Elizabethan style. For the rich and famous, the clothing of this era was characterized by bright colors, elaborate trimmings and ostentatious padding"
well In England during the Elizabethan era people dress like her mostly because she told them to and it was a nice style to dress back then. Now this fit in for what i know because the Elizabethan era was popular that were that got the style. their main style comes from Elizabethan era and that was for the costumes for plays
"They dangled from the girdle by a silk cord or a gold chain They were often handsomely decorated with diamonds, rubies, emeralds, agate, and feathers. Fans were not used by men till later times. Gloves were worn, perfume was used, and handkerchiefs were elaborate and costly."
The used gloves to perfume and handkerchief and they were elaborate and costly. Now this fits in for what i know because there were handsomely decorated in silk cord and gold chain. also Elizabeth was a big part on Shakespeare career because she was the money maker in this sense
"In 1582 Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway, eight years his senior and pregnant at the time of the marriage. They had three children: Susanna, born in 1583, and twins, Hamnet and Judith, born in 1585. Nothing is known of the period between the birth of the twins and Shakespeare's emergence as a playwright in London"
This explained how many kid he had and who he go married to and he had twins. He had a wife named Anne Hathaway she was his wife she was caring told him and his kids. This fit in for what I know becauses it is important for how many kid he had in his life. This explained how many kid he had and who he go married to and he had twins.
"His father, John Shakespeare, was successful in the leather business during Shakespeare's early childhood but later met with financial difficulties. During his prosperous years his father was also involved in municipal affairs, holding the offices of alderman and bailiff during the 1560s.
Shakespeare did not have the best boyhood in his lifetime but his father was successful in leather business but there was financial difficulties. this fit in for what I know because Shakespeare life was important to this source for how his father wan to him for how many affairs. Now there was a lot of affairs towards his dad and, but Shakespeare life was good when he starred in college.
"While little is known of Shakespeare's boyhood, he probably attended the grammar school in Stratford, where he would have been educated in the classics, particularly Latin grammar and literature."
this is explaining what kind of college he took in his boyhood he attended grammar school where he learned his latin grammar and literature. This fit in for what i know because we're shakespeare's attended school in stratford. When he attended Stratford educated in the classics, particularly Latin.
"Shakespeare never gave himself the slightest trouble to be "original." Its earliness is shown by the comparative absence of character, by the mixed and rough-hewn quality of the prosody a connected view of Shakespeare's versification will be given later"
Now he never gave himself any sunlight worlds his plays and his books for the play and the mixed and rough-hewn quality this fit in for what i know because Shakespeare and his comparative absence of his character. Shakespeare has a lot of people to act for him in his time there they were kinda packed when it came to play's
"The Globe theater was round or polygonal on the outside and probably round on the inside. The theater may have held as many as 3,000 spectators."
This means the globe theater was very round in it shape and could hold at least 3,000 people.
"Its stage occupied the open-air space, with a pit in front for standing viewers. The stage was surrounded by several levels of seating"
Now this is explaining how much space there was to act and have as many as 3,000 people. there were about several levels of seating spot so people who had money can buy the seats and people who didn't sat on the floor.
"In 1576, outside the city walls of London, an actor-manager named James Burbage built the first permanent theater in england. He called it the theatre. Up to that time, touring acting companies had played wherever they could rent space."
This is talking about where the wooden O was at and who built the Globe Theatre and how the companies work where they can rent space. This works for what I know because where the Globe Theatre was very important. There were not that many spots where companies could play wherever there was space.
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