Global Theater in Shakespear's Time

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As my favorite, William Shakespeare is one the best writer to me. He is widely considered to be greatest writer in English language and the greatest playwright of all the time, I guess. He have a lot nice plays such as Macbeth, Hamlet, Titus Andronicus and the one that love most is Romeo and Juliet. These plays are generally classed as Shakespearean Tragedy. Now is November 10th, 1600 in England, for one more time, a new play, also classed as Shakespearean Tragedy, this latest play named Julius Caesar.

I enjoyed a lot of Shakespeare plays from the beginning until now. I never miss any of it because all of the play are so nice and of course I can not miss this play also. This morning people hang on a big red sheet on the theater which mean today people would present new play. The play was so nice, amazing. Let me tell you about the play, the theater. This morning, I saw the theater company settles into the Globe Theater, on the banks of the River Thames. The Globe was a three-story wooden structure with an open-air courtyard in the center. Actors performed on a raised platform stage within the courtyard. The theater could hold as many as three thousand spectators, many of whom stood in the part of the courtyard near the stage known as the out, These customers, call groundlings, paid the lowest admission charge, usually just a penny. Richer theatergoers like me had to pay more and sat in the partially enclosed galleries, or inner balconies, which surrounded most of the courtyard. Me and other audiences became emotionally involved in performances, openly showing our pleasure or our disappointment. We cheered, booed, hissed, and sometimes threw rotten vegetables. It’s so funny you know. We applauded agile sword fighting and dramatic sound effects such as blares of trumpets, drum rolls, and claps of thunder.

I forgot to tell about this, England now during the flowering of intellectual activity known as the Renaissance. Shakespeare...
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