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What is Romeo and Juliette?
Shakespeare's play about two star-crossed young lovers.
100
Who was Anne Hathaway?
Shakespeare's wife's name
100
What is Hamlet?
"To Be Or Not To Be?"
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A woman
The gender some believed Shakespeare to be.
100
What is a sonnet?
Like a poem, usually it is eleven lines or longer.
200
What is Hamlet?
Shakespeare's play that includes these characters: Horatio and Ophelia.
200
Seven
The number of kids Shakespeare had.
200
What is She's The Man?
"Be not afraid of greatness, For, some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them."
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Who is Anthony M Zadow
A name that some people believed belonged to Shakespeare.
200
What is The Holy Trinity Church?
Like swiss cheese is-
A name that is common and starts with T-
A place you go every Sunday to practice faith-
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What is the number of plays Shakespeare wrote?
He made 36 of these in his lifetime
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Who was Hamnet?
Shakespeare's son's name.
300
What is All's Well That Ends Well?
"Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none."
300
The lady that some believe to have wrote Shakespeare's plays?
Who is The Dark Lady?
300
Seven
The number of siblings Shakespeare had.
400
What is The Tempest?
The last play Shakespeare wrote.
400
Susanna and Judith
Shakespeare's Daughters' names
400
What is Willy Wonka and the Chocolate factory?
"That light we see burning in my hall. How far that little candle throws his beans! So shines a good deed in a naughty world."
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Shakespeare
Who was thought to be Illiterate and owner of no books?
400
His age he died was he was 11.
This is the age at which Hamnet Shakespeare died
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Henry VII part II
The first play Shakespeare wrote
500
They were twins!
Something special that both Hamnet and Judith share
500
What is Robin Hood: Men in tights?
"A horse! A Horse! My Kingdom for a horse!"
500
Shakespeare
Who was believed to have stolen plays?
500
Shakespeare wrote 154 sonnets in his lifetime.
This is how many sonnets he wrote




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