History Film / ShakespeareInLove

23rd Oct '17 5:59:59 AM gravious
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--> '''Henslowe:''' Mr. Fennyman, allow me to explain about the theatre business. The natural condition is one of insurmountable obstacles on the road to imminent disaster.
--> '''Fennyman:''' So what do we do?
--> '''Henslowe:''' Nothing. Strangely enough, it all turns out well.
--> '''Fennyman:''' How?
--> '''Henslowe:''' I don't know. It's a mystery.
23rd Oct '17 5:56:06 AM gravious
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* DeadpanSnarker: Considering the screenplay was written by Creator/TomStoppard, suffice to say there are several examples.
30th Sep '17 8:42:26 PM nombretomado
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* TakeThat: Fennyman proposes to Henslowe that the actors get paid for the play from the nonexistent profits the company will receive, a swipe at Hollywood's rather [[HollywoodAccounting loose accounting procedures]].

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* TakeThat: Fennyman proposes to Henslowe that the actors get paid for the play from the nonexistent profits the company will receive, a swipe at Hollywood's rather [[HollywoodAccounting [[UsefulNotes/HollywoodAccounting loose accounting procedures]].
2nd Aug '17 6:41:14 PM SinDustries
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** Of course, Her Majesty is not fooled in the slightest.
---> Master Shakespeare, next time you come to Whitecastle, come as yourself and we shall talk of this some more.
12th Jun '17 12:38:19 PM Ciara25
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** The real Shakespeare definitely didn't make the plot of ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'' up as he went along since - as is the case with pretty much ''all'' of his work - he was adapting preexisting poems, stories or historical records for the stage; in this case he used ''The Tragical History of Romeus and Juliet.''

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** The real Shakespeare definitely didn't make create the plot of ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'' ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'', let alone make it up as he went along since - -- as is the case with pretty much ''all'' of his work - work, he was adapting preexisting poems, stories or historical records for the stage; in this case he used ''The Tragical History of Romeus and Juliet.''
13th May '17 6:28:24 PM mirisu92
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26th Mar '17 12:13:32 PM kelly232
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** Royalty at this point in time would never have stepped foot in a public theatre. The Queen invited theatrical companies to play in her court instead.

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** Royalty at this point in time would never have stepped foot in a public theatre. The Queen invited theatrical Theatrical companies were often invited to play in her the Elizabethan court instead.though. The Queen does not go to the theatre, the theatre goes to the Queen.
26th Mar '17 11:59:35 AM kelly232
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** Royalty at this point in time would never have attended a public theatre. Full stop.

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** Royalty at this point in time would never have attended stepped foot in a public theatre. Full stop.The Queen invited theatrical companies to play in her court instead.
12th Feb '17 12:35:30 PM morenohijazo
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* TakeThat: Fennyman proposes to Henslowe that the actors get paid for the play from the nonexistent profits the company will receive, a swipe at Hollywood's rather [[HollywoodAccounting loose accounting procedures]].



* TheWickedStage: The film shows our actor friends a-whoring and a-wasting in houses of ill repute.



* TakeThat: Fennyman proposes to Henslowe that the actors get paid for the play from the nonexistent profits the company will receive, a swipe at Hollywood's rather [[HollywoodAccounting loose accounting procedures]].
8th Feb '17 1:02:21 PM BigJaredMonkey
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* StutterStop: Wabash never stutters once after he successfully delivers the prologue.
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