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The Famous English Theatres
The Famous English Theatres
The Famous English Theatres
The Famous English Theatres
The Royal Opera House/Covent Garden
The Royal Opera House/Covent Garden
The Royal Opera House/Covent Garden
The Royal Opera House/Covent Garden
The National Theatre (NT)
The National Theatre (NT)
The Greatest Of the English Dramatists William Shakespeare
The Greatest Of the English Dramatists William Shakespeare
George Bernard Shaw
George Bernard Shaw
Oscar Wilde
Oscar Wilde
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1Britain As I See It The Theatre 10poet. His surviving works consist of 38
Executed by Anna Turkovskaya 11 A plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative
Supervised by N.M. Zhuravleva Khabarovsk poems, and several other poems. His plays
2008. Municipal General Establishment have been translated into every major
“Lyceum “Vector”. living language, and are performed more
2Plan: The Famous English Theatres - often than those of any other playwright.
The Theatre Royal/Drury Lane - The Royal And his the most famous works are: “As You
Opera House/Covent Garden - The National Like It”, “Hamlet”, “Othello”, “Romeo and
Theatre (NT) The Greatest Of the English Juliet”, “A Midsummer Night's Dream”,
Dramatists - William Shakespeare - George “King Lear”, “Macbeth”.
Bernard Shaw - Oscar Wild. 11His Quotations: "All the world's
3The Famous English Theatres. The a stage, and all the men and women merely
Theatre Royal/Drury Lane. players: they have their exits and their
4The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane is entrances; and one man in his time plays
theatre in Covent Garden, in the City of many parts...“ As You Like It “To be or
Westminster, a borough of London. The not to be: that is the question” “Hamlet”
building faces Catherine Street and backs “There is nothing either good or bad, but
onto Drury Lane. The building standing thinking makes it so” “Hamlet”.
today is the most recent in a line of four 12George Bernard Shaw.
theatres at the same location dating back 13George Bernard Shaw (26 July 1856 – 2
to of 1663, making it the oldest London November 1950) was a world-famous Irish
theatre. For its first two centuries, playwright. Shaw's first profitable
Drury Lane could "reasonably have writing was music and literary criticism,
claimed to be London's leading but he had a bent for drama: during his
theatre" and thus one of the most career he wrote more than 60 plays. An
important theatres in the English-speaking ardent socialist, Shaw wrote many
world. Through most of that time, it was brochures and speeches for the Fabian
one of a small handful of patent theatres Society. He is the only person to have
that were granted monopoly rights to the been awarded both the Nobel Prize for
production of "legitimate" Literature (1925) and an Oscar (1938).
(meaning spoken plays, rather than opera, These, respectively, were for his
dance, concerts, or plays with music) contributions to literature, and for his
drama in London. work on the film Pygmalion. His famous
5The Royal Opera House/Covent Garden. works: “Widowers' Houses ”, “Arms and the
6This theatre is situated near the Man”, “Major Barbara”, “Pygmalion”, “You
former site of the Covent Garden Market in never can tell” etc.
central London. It is the leading theatre 14Oscar Wilde.
of opera and ballet in London. The present 15Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde
building was opened in 1858 and is now the (October 16, 1854 – November 30, 1900) was
home of the Royal Opera (founded in 1946) an Irish playwright, novelist, poet, and
and Royal Ballet (founded in 1931) author of short stories. Known for his
companies. The theatre presents barbed wit, he was one of the most
spectacular productions with international successful playwrights of late Victorian
stars. The repertoire is classical. And London, and one of the greatest
this theatre is expensive. The top price celebrities of his day. As the result of a
for opera is ?100 and for ballet ?37. famous trial, he suffered a dramatic
7The National Theatre (NT). downfall and was imprisoned for two years
8It took over the hundred years to of hard labour after being convicted of
establish a national theatre company. It's the offence of "gross
first director from 1962 was Lawrence indecency." His famous works: “The
Olivier. This is the first state theatre Ideal Husband”, “Lady Windermere's Fan”,
Britain has ever had. A special building “A Woman of No Importance”, “The
for it was opened in 1976. It has three Importance of Being Earnest” etc.
theatres in one: "The Oliver 16QUESTIONS: Can you name three famous
theatre", the biggest is for the main theatres I've told you about in this
classical repertoire; "The presentation? And what do you know about
Lyttilton", a bit smaller is for new them? Which plays by Shakespeare do you
writing and for visiting foreign countries know? How many plays George Bernard Shaw
and "The Cottesloe theatre", the had written? For How many tears Oscar
smallest is used for experimental writing Wilde had been imprisoned?
and productions. 17The Sources of information: The
9The Greatest Of the English Dramatists Internet: http://wikipedia.ru “The World
William Shakespeare. Of Britain”, Moscow, Versiya.
10William Shakespeare (26 April 1564 – Bogoroditskaya, Khrustalyova. The
23 April 1616) was an English poet and Internet: http://wikipedia.ru “The World
playwright, widely regarded as the Of Britain”, Moscow, Versiya.
greatest writer in the English language. Bogoroditskaya, Khrustalyova.
He is often called England's national
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