Why wernt women allowed to play the parts in William shakespeares plays?

Acting was a part of the work force; during that time period, women were shunned if they did not stay as homemakers.
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What was the eleventh play by William Shakespeare?

Nobody knows exactly when any of Shakespeare's plays were written, so it is impossible to say which was the first, or the eleventh, or the twenty-fifth. There are a bunch of l (MORE)

What were the the plays written by William shakespeare?

King John, Richard II, Henry IV Part 1, Henry IV Part 2, Henry V, Henry VI Part 1, Henry VI Part 2, Henry VI Part 3, Richard III, Henry VIII, Coriolanus, Timon of Athens, Macb (MORE)

Which plays did William Shakespeare play?

It is recorded that Shakespeare acted in the Ben Jonson plays Sejanus and Every Man in his Humour. It is not recorded what parts he played. He also acted in his own plays, but (MORE)
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Shakespeare Quotes About Women

The most famous poet and playwright in English literature, William Shakespeare, lived in a highly patriarchal society where women weren't allowed to act on stage. The selected (MORE)

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Who did William Shakespeare write his plays with?

Shakespeare collaborated with other playwrights much less than most of his contemporaries, but some of his plays are clearly collaborations. The Two Noble Kinsmen is credited (MORE)

How was it illegal for women to perform in William shakespeares plays?

It was illegal in the sense that if a woman was caught doing it she  could be arrested and taken before the courts. One woman this  actually happened to is Mary Frith, a wom (MORE)

13 Things You Didn't Know About Maisie Williams

Maisie Williams was born on April 15, 1997. She was born in the United Kingdom, where she has lived with both parents since then. Although not a native of London, she spends a (MORE)