William Shakespeare

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English poet and dramatist considered one of the greatest English writers (1564-1616)

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The 4,500 square foot museum and shop will be spread over two floors and will have the feel of a late 19th century bonded warehouse with themes exploring the lost years of William Shakespeare and science, art, time travel and magic.
An irreverent, fast-paced romp through the Bard's plays, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) was London's longest-running comedy having clocked nine years in the West End's Criterion Theatre.
Matt Rippy plays around 40 characters in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) by the Reduced Shakespeare company at Aberystwyth Arts Centre on Tuesday.
It says it wants to highlight the potential impact of the film's "conspiracy theory", that William Shakespeare was the "barely literate frontman for the Earl of Oxford".
The 44-year-old Hollywood star plays the Earl of Oxford in a story centred around the true author behind the works of William Shakespeare.
The film, due out in September, stars Vanessa Redgrave, Rhys Ifans and Rafe Spall, who plays William Shakespeare as an inarticulate fool.
offers an introduction and reassessment of the life and works of William Shakespeare for undergraduate and graduate students and general readers.
Hamlet is a famous work by William Shakespeare that, like all of them, any of them, is very great.
See all of Shakespeare in a single hilarious sitting next week when three young actors from Springfield's Academy of Arts and Academics perform "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare .
WORCESTER - Did you know that William Shakespeare invaded Poland and committed suicide with his mistress, Eva Peron?
The tiny church in England where William Shakespeare was baptized and buried is falling apart, and fans of the Bard are being asked to help raise more than $6 million to repair the ravages Of eight centuries.
William Shakespeare is approached by the resistance to prepare a play to serve as the call to arms to rise up in support of Good Queen Bess, held captive in the Tower of London.
The prompt books, ranging in date from 1835 to 1856, include two copies of King Lear by William Shakespeare, The Iron Chest by George Colman, The Winter's Tale by William Shakespeare, Pizarro; or the Spaniards in Peru by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, and King Henry the Eighth by William Shakespeare and John Fletcher.
Four hundred years ago, William Shakespeare had Julius Caesar say, in Act I, Scene II, "Let me have men about me that are fat; Sleekheaded men and such as sleep o' nights.