Romeo and Juliet Essay | Romeo and Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet

Summary: History of what acting would be like in the 16th century with "Romeo and Juliet."
Acting in the 1600's was very different from today's modern acting. In the 1600's, there were no movies where someone would act out scenes and participate in visual effects. The typical acting in the 1600's was for records. A record called the Master of the Wardrobe consisted of people participating in activities. All they had to do was enter into the acting company and they were almost in for sure. These players that entered all got scarlet red cloth to be worn for the King's Royal Procession through London.

If someone from the 21st was to go back into time to the 16th century, they would be surprised to the ways of life in their time period. When we think of entertainment, we immediately think of watching TV, playing on the computer, or going to the movies with friends. In the 16th century, they got a joy...

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