5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What are the Lord Chamberlain's Men, and what is/ why did they recieve their new name?
- What happened to the original Globe and how did it happen?
- Were audiences as well behaved as they are today? What did they do if they disliked a play?
- When was it rebuilt, and what happened to it (the second Globe)?
- How did people feel about religion during Elizabethan times? To what religion did they belong?
- a Lord Chamberlain's Men was a theatre troupe that performed Shakespeare's plays. Their new name was the King's Men and they were named such because after Queen Elizabeth died, King James became the beneficiary.
- b 1644. It was demolished because the Puritans disapproved of it.
- c They were extremely devoted. Most were Protestant.
- d No. They would throw rotten fruit and vegetables at the actors and/or hoist someone onto the stage to mess with the actors and the play in general.
- e It burned down because a cannon blast from the hut set the thatched roof on fire.
5 Multiple choice questions
- It was terrible due to terrible sanitation, and widespread disease.
- London, England
- Alderman and Glover
- 7 years and Latin
- Susanna, Hamnet, and Judith
5 True/False questions
Who did Shakespeare marry (name), and what were their ages (Shakespeare's age is first)? → He plagerized and took ideas from other poets and playwrights. Romeo and Juliet was originally a poem written by a man named Arthur Brooks.
Which gender acted on stage and who played women? → Males. Young, prepubescent boys played women.
What is the Hut and the turret? Why is a flag hung from the turret? → Tragedy, Comedy, History
When was Romeo and Juliet written? → Actors shouted lines and showed exaggerated gestures.
How many performances a day were there? → Usually one, but during summer sometime two.