The speech that Hamlet gives to the players means don't over act. The speech is given in Act 3 Scene 2 of the play.
He doesn't put the play on. The players do, at his suggestion, in Act 3 Scene 2.
A one-act play tells an entire dramatic story in one act, usually under half an hour - though some one acts can be as long as ninety minutes. The stories told in a one-act tend to be less complex, since they have less time in which to be told. A three-act play tells a story in three acts, with an intermission typically between acts two and three. These performances can go on between two to three hours. These stories are often more complex, as there is more time allowed for them to unfold.
An act is a section in a play, usually like beginning, middle, and end. Most plays have two or three acts. :)
There are sewing needles, needles on old record players, the act of bothering a person constantly is also called needling.
It wouldn't be a clause or a phrase. It's a play.
Shakespeare's "As You Like it", Act II, scene vii.
Yes, in Scene 1. Act 3 scene 1 is usually a good scene in any Shakespearean play.
Macbeth Act 1 Scene 1
characteristic of one act play