By William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare, englischer Dichter, gilt als einer der größten Dichter der Weltliteratur (1564–1616)
«Leben und Tod des Koenigs Johann», von William Shakespeare. Ein dynamisches Inhaltsverzeichnis ermöglicht den direkten Zugriff auf die verschiedenen Abschnitte.
- Erster Aufzug. Leben Und Tod Des Koenigs Johann
- Zweyter Aufzug. Leben Und Tod Des Koenigs Johann
- Dritter Aufzug. Leben Und Tod Des Koenigs Johann
- Vierter Aufzug. Leben Und Tod Des Koenigs Johann
- Fünfter Aufzug. Leben Und Tod Des Koenigs Johann
By I. Walsh
By Richard Hillman
The vast aim is much less to 'discover;' impacts - even if a few particular issues of touch are proposed - than straight away to magnify and refine a typical cultural area via juxtaposition and intertextual tracing. the belief emerges that the robust, if ambivalent, fascination of the English for his or her closest Continental neighbours expressed itself not just in yet in the course of the theatre.
By John McVeagh
By Chris Goode
Award-winning author Chris Goode requested thirty 8-10 yr olds to speak about their lives, their options, their global. In Monkey Bars their phrases are spoken via adults. now not adults taking part in youngsters, yet adults taking part in adults, in grownup events. Monkey Bars is a revelatory verbatim exhibit that's humorous, touching and ceaselessly surprising.
By Miriam Battye,Matilda Ibini,David Mumeni,Tristan Bernays,Adam Foster,Samuel E. Taylor,Jessica Sian
By Richard Free
Notorious girl outlaw Robyn Hood is set to settle a number of rankings with John
Prince after he stole her father’s land, using him and Robyn’s mom to an early grave.
Now John has came across gold within the exact same river that rightfully belongs to Robyn,
but our heroine is ‘darned’ if she’ll enable him hold it.
This pleasant topsy-turvy musical model of the Robin Hood tale is relocated to the
Wild West the place Robyn is observed via a band of Merry Gals and her committed admirer
is the regrettably named Marion Wayne. With lots of conversing roles, a catchy and
vibrant musical ranking, a catapult pageant and a full-cast pillow struggle, Robyn Hood of
Deadwood is a perfect selection for schoolchildren and adolescence workforce contributors elderly 10-14. It
was first played in 2013 through Organised Kaos, a theatre team for 7 - 11-year-olds.
By Ian Kennedy Martin
Inside the Irish consulate, officers and diplomats try and stick with it their regimen enterprise. outdoor, RAF bombing of the capital of the 3rd Reich intensifies. because the safeguard prone begin to discover the real origins of the consulate’s German cook dinner, may still the employees step into safeguard her or will their neutrality render them powerless in fighting the crimes unfolding round them?
As the secrets and techniques of the Nazi regime are exposed, can a rustic stay impartial in a time of war?
Berlin Hanover exhibit premiered on the Hampstead Theatre, London in March 2009
By Noël Coward,Sheridan Morley
pairings happen via rendezvous, arguments, infidelities and
reconciliations: sexual deviance is undisguised...set within the bisexual
1920s, the play may well simply be populated by means of characters of Coward's
Point Valaine is "the
drama of a lurid episode of lust within the semi-tropics.. unmistakably the
work of a grasp of the level" (New York Times); South Sea Bubble which
concerns "the Governor's girl within the Isle of Samolo who performs with
native fireplace, approximately will get her wings singed, bashes her local admirer
with a bottle and at a kind of Coward next-morning-at breakfast
scenes slips her method out of the scrape with tom cat grace." (Manchester
Guardian) when Nude With Violin is a witty comedy approximately paintings fraud.
By John McGrath
Described via the playwright as having a "ceilidh†? layout, The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil attracts on historic study along Gaelic music and the Scots' love of type and renowned leisure to inform this epic tale.
A absolutely particular cultural and theatrical phenomenon, the play championed a number of new techniques to theatre, elevating its profile as a method of political intervention; featuring a collective, democratic, collaborative method of growing theatre; delivering a language of functionality obtainable to working-class humans; generating theatre in non-purpose-built theatre areas; breaking down the barrier among viewers and performers via interplay; and taking theatre to those that in a different way wouldn't entry it.
The play bought its most excellent in 1973 via the agit-prop theatre crew 7:84, of which John McGrath was once founder and creative Director, and toured Scotland to nice serious and viewers acclaim.