Shakespeare Plays - Complete List

It's simple - just name all the Shakespeare plays you can remember! Thanks for playing! I'm really sorry I couldn't give hints for all of them, but if you have any ideas for other hints, let me know in the comments!
Quiz by PigLatin
Last updated: December 1, 2016
First submittedSeptember 8, 2016
Times taken88
Average score65.6%
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As You Like It
All's Well That Ends Well
A rude young woman becomes a very meek lady
Taming of the Shrew
Much Ado About Nothing
A duke, banished to an island, creates a storm to ground a ship that carries a prince, who promptly falls in love with his daughter
The Tempest
A clown with a donkey's head
Midsummer Night's Dream
The Merchant of Venice
Merry Wives of Windsor
Twelfth Night
Two Gentlemen of Verona
Comedy of Errors
Love's Labour's Lost
Measure for Measure
Winter's Tale
Troilus and Cressida
Gives a third of his kingdom to each of his daughters, except the third, whom he banishes
King Lear
Lovers who both tragically died young
Romeo and Juliet
Receives a prophecy from witches, kills King Duncan and takes throne for himself
Main character seeks revenge after being visited by his father's ghost
Killed on the Ides of March
Julius Caesar
Titus Andronicus
Timon of Athens
Antony and Cleopatra
King _____ IV
Henry IV, Parts I II III
King _____ V
Henry V
King _____ VI
Henry VI Parts I II III
King John
Richard II, III
Level 71
Sep 10, 2016
Midsummer Night's Dream
Level 29
Sep 12, 2016
Sorry about that typo! I'll fix it right away!
Level 40
Feb 26, 2020
Why group the two Richard plays? Also, you're missing Henry VIII and Henry IV only has two parts
Level 67
Jan 25, 2022

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Richard II

Richard III

Henry IV Part I and II (not three)

Henry VIII (missing)

And for the sake of ease, I think requiring the apostrophes on Love's Labor's Lost is a bit nit-picky (lol as I make "corrections"). Also requiring The Merchant of Venice versus all the other titles which would technically have The in front was frustrating to figure out