Where did shakespeare live when writing his play?
None; Shakespeare did not write plays for the monarchy, he wrote them for his acting company. There is an anecdote that Elizabeth requested that Shakespeare write a play of "Falstaff in love", which resulted in him writing The Merry Wives of Windsor, but this is an anecdote which is not to be relied on.
Where did shakespeare get most of his information for writing the play The Tragedy of Julius Caesar?
One surmises that he was involved in the theatre scene and that someone noticed that he was a dab hand with a sonnet, and suggested that he could make a few extra shillings by writing a play. But this is only a plausible suggestion; there is no evidence of how or when Shakespeare started writing plays.
The first reference to Shakespeare as a playwright is in Greene' Groatsworth of Wit in 1592. The play referred to is Henry VI part 3. So we know that Shakespeare must have been writing for some time before then. If we assume 1590 (it's just a guess, but an educated one) as a date when he may have started writing, he was 26 in that year.
It was at about the same time. Henry VIII, the play that was playing on June 29, 1613, is thought by many to be Shakespeare's last play. However, the play The Two Noble Kinsmen, which Shakespeare co-wrote with John Fletcher, may be later yet, which would mean that Shakespeare was still writing after the fire.
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