Samples "Shakespeare"


Design elements of The Taming of the Shrew Production

The Taming of the Shrew is a problem play by William Shakespeare under the genre of comedy. The play is made up of several elements such as deceptive disguise, marriage, and slapstick humor that interact in such a way that their theatre portrayals elicit comic relief and laughter in audiences....

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968 words | 4 page(s)
Comedy of Errors: Director’s Notebook

Given the manic quality running throughout this farce of Shakespeare's, the first element the new production would stress is setting. In plain terms, mistaken identity and frantic action is at the heart of the comedy; this being the case, the set should be both very spare and very functional. More...

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643 words | 3 page(s)
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The East-West Cultural Divide in William Shakespeare’s Othello

A great deal was happening politically, socially, and religiously in early 17th-century England. One significant political discussion, centered on the idea that foreign cultures were "seductive, different, and dangerous," had a potent impact on the content of one of William Shakespeare's most well-known plays, Othello (Vaughan, 1996, p. 14). Colonialism...

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607 words | 3 page(s)
Hamlet Character Analysis Essay

The play Hamlet, by William Shakespeare is likely the most well-known dramatic work in the English language. It follows the story of a Prince of Denmark, Hamlet, who discovers that this father, the King, was murdered by his uncle, the King’s brother. His mother, Gertrude, than quickly marries his uncle....

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1043 words | 4 page(s)
Shakespeare Sonnets Analysis

Throughout Shakespeare’s sonnets, he conveyed strong feelings about both his positive and negative experiences with love through symbolic imagery. Shakespeare, as one of the world’s most renowned and prolific poets, is a master of his craft. In his different sonnets he has a clear motif of his feelings about love,...

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3123 words | 10 page(s)