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English theatre
English theatre
Most important theatres
Most important theatres
The Globe
The Globe
Important facts of The Globe
Important facts of The Globe
The reconstructed Globe stage
The reconstructed Globe stage
Shakespeares Globe
Shakespeares Globe
2002 Theatre season in The Globe
2002 Theatre season in The Globe
Twelfth Night by W. Shakespeare
Twelfth Night by W. Shakespeare
Twelfth Night
Twelfth Night
A Midsummer Nights Dream by W. Shakespeare
A Midsummer Nights Dream by W. Shakespeare
A Midsummer Nights Dream
A Midsummer Nights Dream
The Golden Ass by P.Oswald
The Golden Ass by P.Oswald
The Royal National Theatre
The Royal National Theatre
Important Facts of The Royal National Theatre
Important Facts of The Royal National Theatre
First Director of The National Theatre
First Director of The National Theatre
Laurence Oliver
Laurence Oliver
Olivier fought cancer and other ailments while working at a furious
Olivier fought cancer and other ailments while working at a furious
Oliver Theatre
Oliver Theatre
Cottesloe Theatre
Cottesloe Theatre
Lyttelton Theatre
Lyttelton Theatre
Summary
Summary

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1 English theatre

English theatre

Elina September Kristiina Karu C. R. Jakobson Gymnasium 11c Supervisors: T. Pukk M. Maasen Viljandi

2 Most important theatres

Most important theatres

3 The Globe

The Globe

4 Important facts of The Globe

Important facts of The Globe

The original Globe opened in 1599. It burned down in 1613 and was immediately rebuilt. On 12 December 1996, Shakespeare's Globe was voted the best attraction in Europe.

It was awarded in 1997 the European Tourism Initiative Golden Star Award. The target opening date was 21 September 1999, to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the first record of a performance at the original Globe.

5 The reconstructed Globe stage

The reconstructed Globe stage

The stage wall, or Frons Scenae, is decorated with reference to astrology and Greco-Roman mythology. The three galleries offer benches and mostly good sightlines.

6 Shakespeares Globe

Shakespeares Globe

Was founded by Sam Wanamaker. It is dedicated to the experience and international understanding of Shakespeare in performance.

7 2002 Theatre season in The Globe

2002 Theatre season in The Globe

Twelfth Night by W. Shakespeare A Midsummer Nights Dream by W. Shakespeare The Golden Ass by P. Oswald

8 Twelfth Night by W. Shakespeare

Twelfth Night by W. Shakespeare

It was opened 11 May 2002. The Master of the Play is Tim Carroll and he was also the Master of the Play for Augustines Oak 1999, The Two Noble Kinsmen 2000, and Macbeth 2001 at The Shakespeares Globe.

9 Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night

Viola who had survived a shipwreck entered the service of Duke Orsino. She disguised as a man. Viola realised her problems have only just begun.

10 A Midsummer Nights Dream by W. Shakespeare

A Midsummer Nights Dream by W. Shakespeare

It was opened 26 May 2002 The Master of the Play is Mike Alfreds who was also the Master of the Play for Cymbeline 2001 at The Shakespeares Globe.

11 A Midsummer Nights Dream

A Midsummer Nights Dream

Young lovers find themselves in a magical forest. Elsewhere in the forest, a motley group of artisans becomes unwittingly caught up in Oberons machinations.

12 The Golden Ass by P.Oswald

The Golden Ass by P.Oswald

It opens 3 August 2002 The Master of the Play is Tim Carroll and he was also the Master of the Play for Augustines Oak 1999, The Two Noble Kinsmen 2000, and Macbeth 2001 at The Shakespeares Globe.

13 The Royal National Theatre

The Royal National Theatre

14 Important Facts of The Royal National Theatre

Important Facts of The Royal National Theatre

The National's first performance was given in 1963. First 13 years, the Company worked at the Old Vic Theatre. The new building was opened by The Queen in 1976. Consists of 3 halls.

15 First Director of The National Theatre

First Director of The National Theatre

Laurence Oliver (on the right)

16 Laurence Oliver

Laurence Oliver

He was born 22 May 1907. He was the outstanding British actor of the 20th century. Olivier was knighted in 1947 and was made a life peer in 1970. He appeared in Wuthering Heights (1939), Henry V (1945), Hamlet (1948) and Richard III (1956). He won Best Film and Best Actor awards for Hamlet from the Academy.

17 Olivier fought cancer and other ailments while working at a furious

Olivier fought cancer and other ailments while working at a furious

pace. In America, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences awarded him a special Oscar "for the full body of his work, for "Lord Larry" the unique achievement of his entire career and his lifetime of contribution to the art of film. He died in 1981.

18 Oliver Theatre

Oliver Theatre

Named after the first Director Laurence Oliver. It is the largest of the three theatres at the National. Accommodates 1,150 people.

19 Cottesloe Theatre

Cottesloe Theatre

It is the smallest, the barest. The most potentially flexible and (for some people) the most potentially influential of the National houses.

20 Lyttelton Theatre

Lyttelton Theatre

You can see and hear almost equally well from each of its 890 seats. Unlike most traditional theatres, the Lyttelton has an adjustable proscenium.

21 Summary

Summary

Common people do not go to the famous theatres very often and when they go they choose the play depending on who the author is and the actors are.

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