Shakespeare Was Unorganized Essay

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William Shakespeare, An unorganized man
William Shakespeare was a man who wrote wonderful poems & plays that everybody enjoyed. According to his audience he was known as one of the greatest dramatists the world has ever known. He was also the finest man who wrote in the English language, but he was also known as one of the most unorganized dramatists. Every actor would receive last minute lines & changes, the roles of women would be played by boys, & cue acting was also an enormous issue, & the way his audience was organized which led to people thinking of him being chauvinist. While everyone is enjoying all of Shakespeare’s plays, nobody knows all the work he did to make them look great ...view middle of the document...

For no absolute reason were women allowed on stage, or to even think about setting foot on stage. There were numerous roles of women in each play, but they were played by men dressed up as women. Since acting was not an honorable job, women were not even allowed to be seen trying to act or learn lines from any play. The roles of women were played by young boys. The boys had not even reached the age of puberty yet. Therefore, they had high pitched voices, which made them sound more of a woman. It only made sense because if they had boys who had already gone through puberty, they would have deep voices. Even Shakespeare himself acted in some of his own plays since nobody else could play that role. Also since it was a long time ago nobody remembers such thing.
All of the actors had their own way of putting things, which is also known as “cue acting”. “Cue acting” was when there were people behind the curtains whispering lines to the actors. Then “cue acting” led to “cue scripting”. “Cue scripting” was when instead of learning all of the lines you only learned &memorized your own lines. All of the actors had very little time to learn their lines, & as a result of that “cue acting”, & “cue scripting” came along. Shakespeare uses various types of English techniques to build his plays. The techniques that, Shakespeare uses: rhythm, rhyme, alliteration, assonance, and onomatopoeia. He used many techniques which made his plays amazing. It was very foolish of him to let his actors do such thing as “cue acting” & “cue scripting”. It is also makes him look bad & unprofessional. Abraham Maslow once said that “whereas the average individuals do not have the slightest clue of what they are, of what they want, of what their own opinions are. This quote relates to Shakespeare since he found his true talent & went on in life with it....

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