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15 jul 2014
How it all began

Very abrupt onset of work

Our designer has started to develop the concept of new theme “Dynamic”. Thus began a fascinating and hard work on the creation of a magnificent corporate theme.

22 jul 2014
Working process

Enhanced development

Our developers begun to work on details of theme functionality in order to create highly customizable and powerful theme, so you can create a unique website of your company.

30 jul 2014
Changes in design

Powerpuff style changes

“Dynamic” has experienced redesign. We have changed the look of lots of elements to the latest trends in web-designing. We are preparing a unique theme for you.

19 aug 2014
Ready to run the theme

Grand finale and launching

We are ready to propose you a theme that can perfectly show your company to your customers in the Internet and make your business more effective.

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  • 3 March 1592
  • 24 January 1594
  • 28 December 1594
  • 22 July 1598
  • 18 January 1602
  • 26 July 1602
  • 26 December 1606
Performed at Covent Garden
Henry VI, Part 1
Philip Henslowe saw a new play entitled Harey Vj, but gives no further information. In August, Thomas Nashe published Piers Penniless his Supplication to the Devil, in which he refers to a play he had recently seen featuring a rousing depiction of Lord Talbot, a major character in 1 Henry VI. Most critics take Nashe's reference to Talbot as proof that the play Henslowe saw was 1 Henry VI.
Performed at the Rose Theatre
Titus Andronicus
According to the title page of the 1594 quarto, the play had been performed by Pembroke's Men, a company which ceased performing in September 1593. As such, the play must have been composed some time prior to September. Additionally, it is unlikely to have been written later than June 1592, as that was when the London theatres were closed due to an outbreak of plague.
Based on Menaechmus
The Comedy of Errors
Traditionally, the play has been dated quite early, and has often been seen as Shakespeare's first comedy, perhaps his first play. However, stylistic and linguistic analysis has placed it closer to the composition of Richard II and Romeo and Juliet, both of which were written in 1594 or 1595.
Performed at court for King James
The Merchant of Venice
The play was obviously in existence by 1598, however, other evidence places its date of composition as earlier, probably 1596. Shakespeare's source for the casket subplot is believed to have been Richard Robinson's translation of the Gesta romanorum, which wasn't published until late 1595.
Performed at Whitehall Palace
The Merry Wives of Windsor
Textual evidence and certain topical allusions suggest the play was composed as a specially commissioned piece for a Garter Feast, possibly the Feast on 23 April 1597. It is theorised that Shakespeare interrupted his composition of 2 Henry IV somewhere around Act 3-Act 4, so as to concentrate on writing Merry Wives.
Performed in London
The tragicall historie of Hamlet
Because the versions of Hamlet which appeared in 1603, in 1604  and in the First Folio of 1623 differ so much from one another, dating the play is exceptionally difficult. There is also the problem of the Ur-Hamlet, a possible source used by Shakespeare, now lost. Others however, feel that Ur-Hamlet was most likely an early draft.
Performed at Whitehall
Historye of Kinge Lear
The play must have been written by late 1606. Additionally, scholars generally agree that the play is indebted to Samuel Harsnett's Declaration of Egregious Popish Impostures and John Florio's 1603 translation of Montaigne's Essays., placing the date of composition as somewhere between March 1603 and December 1606. A further possible source for the play has evoked some disagreement however.

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