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  1. Ofelia, cuadro de John Everett Millais (1852) conservado en la Tate Gallery. Esta pintura influyó en el Hamlet de Kenneth Branagh . La siguiente ocasión en que aparece Ofelia es en "Mousetrap Play" la cual Hamlet ha arreglado para tratar de probar que Claudio mató al rey Hamlet.

  2. William Shakespeare se cree que nació el 23 de abril de 1564 del calendario juliano en Stratfordon Avon. Respecto al nacimiento del escritor, tan solo se conserva un documento de bautismo de la iglesia de Stratford-upon-Avon (centro de Inglaterra) que atestigua que el 26 de abril de 1564 se registró un Guilielmus Johannes Shakespeare.

  3. The Royal Shakespeare Company based in Stratford-upon-Avon presented three productions of King John: in 2006 directed by Josie Rourke as part of their Complete Works Festival, in 2012 directed by Maria Aberg who cast a woman, Pippa Nixon, in the role of the Bastard, and in 2020, directed by Eleanor Rhode and with a woman, Rosie Sheehy, cast in the role of King John.

  4. 23 de abril: William Shakespeare, dramaturgo inglés (f. 1616) 3 de noviembre: Francisco Pacheco, pintor español (f. 1644)

  5. FOLGER SHAKESPEARE LIBRARY. 201 East Capitol Street, SE Washington, DC 20003 . Main (202) 544-4600 Box Office (202) 544-7077. Our building on Capitol Hill is closed due to a major building renovation project, but Folger events and programs continue online.

  6. Shakespeare's only son, Hamnet, died in 1596 at the age of 11. His older daughter Susanna later married a well-to-do Stratford doctor, John Hall. Their daughter Elizabeth, Shakespeare's first grandchild, was born in 1608. In 1616, just months before his death, Shakespeare's daughter Judith married Thomas Quiney, a Stratford vintner.

  7. Bell Shakespeare acknowledges the First Peoples of the lands and waters on which we rehearse, perform and work across Australia. We recognise their continuous connection to Country, community and culture and pay our respects to Elders past and present.