What were the 3 most popular plays?

Who Were
the Actors in
Vestibulum vel massa
non enim suscipit
The actors in Shakespear’s
plays were William Shakespear,
Richard Burbadge, John
Hemmings, Augustine Philips,
William Kempt, Thomas
Poope, George Bryan, Henry
Condell, William Slye, Richard
Cowly, John Lowine, Samuel
Grosse, Alexander Cooke,
Samuel Gillburne, Robert
Armin, William Ostler, Nathan
Field, John Underwood,
Nicholas Tooley, William
Ecclestone, Joseph Taylor,
Robert Goughe, Richard
Robinson, Iabn Shanke, Iabn
How many, and
what kinds of plays
did he write?
Shakespeare wrote about 37
plays, and his plays are divided
into tragedies, comedies, and
histories. They have common
themes, like “the bigger they
are, the harder they fall” for
tragedies, “comedy through
language” for for comedies,
and “set against midevil
history” for histories. Flags
were flown outside the theater
as advertisment. White flags
were comedies, and plays
dealing with a light subject,
black was tragedies, and plays
dealing with deeper themes,
and red was histories.
By: Andrew, David,
Matt, Bryn
What plays did
Shakespeare write?
What were the 3 most popular plays?
What were the three most
popular plays that Shakespear
Hamlet, Macbeth, and Julius
Caeser. Hamlet was popular
because it was the first recorded
production, and it had the most
commonly used expressions than
any other world of fiction. Macbeth
was popular because it showed
Shakespeare’s unsurpassed ability
to tell a riveting story with
transcendent poetic imagery.
Finally, Julius Caeser was popular
because it is the only version to
recount the demise of Brutus and
other conspirations.
Shakespeare has written a
numerous amount of plays. In
chronological order,
Shakespeare wrote Henry VI,
Part One, Henry VI, Part Two,
The Two Gentlemen of
Verona, Henry VI, Part Three,
Richard III, Comedy of Errors,
Love’s Labour’s Lost, Titus
Andronicus, The Taming of
the Shrew, Romeo and Juliet,
A Midsummer-Night’s Dream,
Richard II, King John, The
Merchant of Venice, Henry IV,
Part One, The Merry Wives of
Windsor, Henry IV, Part Two,
Much Ado About Nothing,
Henry V, Julius Caesar,
Hamlet, Twelfth Night Or
What You Will, Troilus and
Cressida, All’s Well That Ends
Well, As You Like It, Othello,
Measure for Measure, Timon
of Athens, King Lear,
Macbeth, Pericles, Prince of
Tyre, Coridanus, Antony and
Cleopatra, Cymbeline, The
Winter’s Tale, The Tempest,
The Two Noble Kinsmen,
Cardenio Henry VIII.