Forsooth! This week we adjourn from the lab and head to the theater. Or theatre, if you prefer. Regardless, our trivia this week is all about the life and works of The Bard, William Shakespeare. His works are studied by many students and his plots are the archetypes for many of the works of fiction written from the Seventeenth Century to today. How well do you remember you High School English classes?
Like always, we’ll give you thirty questions in three separate rounds. You’ll have five seconds to answer the question before you’re given the answer. If you’re looking for rules and score sheets, check out the Rules page.
Get your scripts handy and let the play begin.
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William Shakespeare is one of the most recognizable names in the world. Regardless of country, language, age, or gender, people are familiar with the Bard’s work and his contributions to literature, theatre, art, and music. His genius was so evident that he became famous and respected throughout England in his own lifetime, eventually earning the attention and patronage of the king himself.
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