Dramatist means " a person who writes plays". Born in Stratford-upon-Avon, the son of a maker of gloves, he was educated at the grammar school, and in 1582 married Anne Hatha…way. They had a daughter, Susanna in 1583, and in 1585 twins, Hamnet (who died in 1596) and Judith. By 1592 Shakespeare was established in London as an actor and a dramatist, and from 1594 he was an important member of the Lord Chamberlain's Company of actors. In 1598 the Company tore down their regular playhouse, the Theatre, and used the timber to build the Globe Theatre in Southwark, London. Shakespeare became a 'sharer' in the venture, which entitled him to a percentage of the profits. In 1603 the Company became the King's Men. By this time Shakespeare was the leading playwright of the company and one of its business directors; he also continued to act. He retired to Stratford in about 1610, where he died on 23 April 1616. He was buried in the chancel of Holy Trinity, Stratford. Shakespeare changed the nature of drama in England. Arriving in London in the last decade of the sixteenth century, Shakespeare began his play-writing career by adapting the forms of already-successful plays - plays about historical characters (both English and Roman), the Senecan 'Tragedy of Blood', Romantic Comedy and plots centering on the Machiavellian villain. From the very first, however, Shakespeare transformed everything he touched: characters developed from the elementary stock characters of earlier traditions - such as the young Hero and Heroine, the Stern Father and the Tyrannical Ruler who must be overthrown - into recognizable human beings. Chronicle plays dealing with the sequence of English monarchs in consecutive order were replaced by studies of good governance - what made a 'good' king? And how - after over a hundred years of turbulence - was England to be well managed? The last decade of the sixteenth century, and the first decade of the seventeenth century, saw the greatest period of English drama. The theatre became an established part of London life, both presenting and subverting contemporary political and social ideas. Shakespeare, acknowledged as the greatest of English writers, needs to be studied both through his own texts and in relation to the literature and society of his time.
Even as a child, she was a very talented girl and by the mere age of 4 she was performing in plays and singing solo to big crowds, her parents sort of pushed her and she… entered a series of t.v singing shows by the age of 15 she was a megastar
i dont know how he died but died on his birthday I read on a few sites that he had a cold and went to a party where he had a few too many drinks causing him to die. I don'…t know how accurate it is though. Good Luck. :)
he didnt have a good one even know his parents were rich he wasnt happy
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he lived with 10 siblings and he owned a plantation
William Golding philosophy was that people were capable of great evil, and that there is a savage in all of us. He thought that if people were in the state to survive, we woul…d do anything to keep our lives. After seeing World war 2, he realized that people had great evil in them, that they would go to any measures to survive.
First his little bother died of an illness and later his parents were killed in front of him and he was taken care of by family butler Alfred Pennyworth and Dr. Leslie Thompki…ns a friend of his father.
He lived in Homer, NY
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William Shakespeare was mostly known for his job as an actor,playwright, writer and poet.
Shakespeare was born in 1564 AD.
William Cartwright - dramatist - was born in 1611.