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Сценарий внеклассного мероприятия по произведения английского писателя У. Шекспира


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-=Narrator 1 “Once upon a time there lived a little girl and her name was Emily. And she had a mother and a father. Her mother and father were the actors and worked at the theatre “Clobe” and most of her time the girl spent at the theatre behind the scenes listening different actors in their roles. She was looking for something interesting and one day she found an old picture. It was a photo with a handsome man in it. She wanted to know who he was. She ran to her parents and asked”

Emily “Daddy, Mummy, Who is he in this old picture?”

Mother “My dear, this man was William Shakespeare, the founder of this theatre. He was famous poet and playwright. He wrote a great number of plays, sonnets and songs”

Emily “It’s very exciting!!! I’d like to read some of his plays”

Mother “You’re lucky, because today we’ll celebrate his birthday and you’ll meet a lot of his heroes. Go to the hall and listen and look”

Narrator 2 “Ladies and gentlemen welcome to our theatre and feel at home today, let’s start our party. Let’s meet the head of the country, the queen Elizabeth”.

Elizabeth “For me, my country is important. My England is my friend, my husband. I gave my heart, my soul and love for it. And my country is connected with the name of William Shakespeare and this theatre, his theatre. William was born to be in love”.

Narrator 3 “He lost his beloved father and thought that his mother betrayed him”

Hamlet “To be or not to be, that is the question. Whether “tis noble in the mind to suffer. The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune or to take arms against a sea of troubles and….”

Ophelia “My love, Hamlet, you must forgive your mother and be tolerant to her. Your heart is kind and full of love”

Hamlet “Ophelia, you’re right, but I want my father to stay with me for a while, I can’t let him go”.

Narrator 4 Can you believe in love of this man and so beautiful woman?

Othello “Desdemona, have you prayed, my darling, yet?”

Desdemona “Oh, yes, Othello, my Lord, but why? What’s wrong with you? Why are you pale?”

Othello “You have deceived me. Now you must die”.

Desdemona “What for? I love you so much. I didn’t bring you any harm. Believe me”.

Othello “I wish, I could believe and let’s be happy and have a long life. Let me kiss you, me dear!”

Narrator 5 Many years ago He was rich and had a great power. But now he became poor and sick.

King Lear “I’m so unhappy. My eyes are bad and I’m so old. My older daughters don’t love me and don’t want to care about me and they forgot about me”.

Cordelia “My father, my heart into my mouth. I love you, Your Majesty. According to my bond, no more no less. When I was a child you treated me in your great love. And I want you to stay here, in our castle. You’ll find respect and protection near us”

King Lear “My, Daughter, Cordelia, you’re so young and true”.

Narrator 2 “They lived in Verona. They loved in Verona. They died in Verona”.

Romeo “What lights through yonder window breaks. It is the east and Juliet is the sun. It is my lady, o, it is my love”.

Juliet “O Romeo, Romeo, Why are you, Romeo? Deny your father and refuse your name”.

Romeo “Shall I hear more or shall I speak at this?”

Juliet “This but your name is my enemy, What’s Montague? It is nor hand, nor foot, nor arm, nor face, nor any other part belonging to a man, oh, be some other name”.

Romeo “I take you at word. Call me but love. I’ll be new baptized and since then I never will be Romeo”.

Juliet “Do you love me? I know you’ll say yes and I will take your word”.

Romeo “My dear, I want only to see your face, your eyes. I love you more than life”.

Juliet “I’m Juliet, I saw you in my dream and I’ve been thinking about you since that time”

Nurse of Juliet Sir, my mistress is the sweetest lady.  I anger her sometimes and tell her that Paris is the properer man but she has made not a simple choice. You’re an honest good fellow and Juliet is your bride”

Narrator 3 “All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts. His acts being seven ages.”


Narrator 4 “At first the infant, Mewling and crying in the nurse's arms. Then the winning school-boy, with shining morning face, creeping like snail unwillingly to school.”


Narrator 5 “And then the lover, Sighing like furnace with a woeful ballad Made to his mistress' eyebrow.”


Narrator 2 “Then a soldier, full of strange oaths, and bearded like the pard, jealous in honour, sudden and quid in quarrel.


Narrator 3 “And then the justice, in fair round belly with good capon lined, with eves severe and beard of formal cut, full of wise saws and modern instances; and so he plays his part.”


Narrator 5 “Dear guests, thank you for your attention. We hope you liked our performance. You’ll never forget such a great person and his work”



Emily –Maria Koroleva

Mother –Varvara

Queen Elizabeth – Emma

Hamlet –Nikita

Ophelia –Anna

Desdemona –Aysun

Othello – Alex

King Lear –Iaroslav

Cordelia – Kate

Romeo – Oleg Chibisov

Juliet – Milana

Nurse of Juliet – Diana

Narrator 1 –Yaroslava

Narrator 2 –Maria Lagutina

Narrator 3 –Elizaveta

Narrator 4 –Kirill

Narrator 5 – Maria Koroleva




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