What was the first play that William Inge ever wrote?
Farther Off from Heaven (1947)
People think that the last play Shakespeare wrote entirely by himself was The Tempest which was first performed November 1, 1611. But he also wrote Henry VIII which we know was given a hot performance on June 29, 1613 and also the Two Noble Kinsmen, the first probably and the second certainly in collaboration with John Fletcher.
He performed with a group called the Lord Chamberlain's Men. They were very popular and everybody, including Queen Elizabeth the First, came to watch them. In 1597, they built our own theatre called 'The Globe'. As well as acting, William wrote most of the plays they performed. He wrote about comedy, tragedy and history. His plays are all great stories that include many of the most famous words ever written. He also wrote many poems…