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Best Shakespeare Plays

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A list of what Stage Milk considers to be the best Shakespeare plays. It includes a range of Shakespeare’s plays, from his great tragedies to his wonderfully witty comedies. Shakespeare offers actors some of the most muscular and detailed text that you can work with. It is fantastic stuff to hone your craft. His plays are put on throughout the world and so being familiar with his plays and language is an essential skill. If any of Shakespeare’s plays haven’t made it to the top 10 or you feel a play is positioned inappropriately, let us know in a comment below. If you can read all these great Shakespeare plays you will be on the way to having a great understanding of his work.

  • 1

    Written 1599-1601

  • 2


    Written 1605-1606

  • 3


    Written 1595

  • 4
    Midsummers Nights Dream

    Written 1595

  • 5


    Written 1606

  • 6


    Written 1603-1604

  • Much Ado About Nothing
    Much Ado About Nothing


    Written 1599

  • 8
    Richard The Third


    Written 1592-1593

  • Julius Caesar
    Julius Caesar


    Written 1598-1599

  • Taming of the Shrew
    Taming of the Shrew


    Written 1590-1591

We have a full listing of Shakespeare plays, if you want to see more of the Bard’s work.


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