How Did Shakespeare Impact On Theatre

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The Renaissance was a period of time approximately between the 14th and 17th centuries. This period changed the way people looked at their culture and that helped revive European art, literature and architecture. Many people gained a thirst for new knowledge which led to an era of exploration, the Renaissance. An extremely significant person of the Renaissance period was Shakespeare, who wrote many famous plays and sonnets. These terrific achievements of Shakespeare's impacted greatly on the English language and changed the way of theatre. Though his birthdate is not known, Shakespeare was christened on April 26, 1564 in Stratford, Warwickshire, England. Shakespeare had a mother, Mary, a father, John and several other siblings. His Father was a glove maker but he soon became the town bailiff, which is similar to a modern mayor. William…show more content…
Shakespeare's plays today, give work to writers, directors, film makers, technicians and painters and all those in the theatre industry because the plays were so popular and successful. If a company puts on a Shakespeare play, you can be guaranteed to either have a full or nearly full audience. Shakespeare's plays and sonnets were full of his made up words and phrases and most of these were adapted into the English language.'His lines are spoken all over the world in many languages' and nearly everyone uses a quote or a line in everyday conversations, from his plays or even Shakespeare himself, without even realising it. People went to see Shakespeare's plays.....The plays were either tragedy, comedy, romance or even a mix of each. The emotions expressed by the actors and characters related to experiences of the audience members and
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