Have you ever read one of Shakespeare’s plays? Did you enjoy it? Have you ever wondered where they were performed? If you are wondering, the majority of his plays were produced in the Globe Theater. Shakespeare’s second home was the Globe Theater. He was there watching his works be performed and be turned into a masterpiece. All of his notable plays were performed in the Globe Theater. The architects were Richard Burbage, Theo Crosby, and Peter Street. They made this monumental building that has been standing for plenty of years and more years to come. The Globe Theater is special because the architecture of the theater allowed the audience to be able to see at all angles, it was used when Shakespeare’s sonnets and plays were needed to be performed, and its location, Bankside, London, has a lot of history.
First, the Globe Theater’s structure doesn’t prohibit the audience to see what’s going on at all times. Richard Burbage stated, “This building will allow you to never miss a moment of a play for your enjoyment. You would never be disappointed” (York 197-207). This statement makes the theater a very exciting place to be. The Globe Theater’s structure allows the audience to have a great for them and for their families. Therefore, the formation of the Globe Theater is very unique because the audience would be able to enjoy themselves at all times. Second, Shakespeare made fascinating memories in the Globe Theater. The Globe Theater was home to the majority of Shakespeare’s plays and sonnets. His most famous plays, Romeo & Juliet and Macbeth, were performed in the theater. Approximately 200,000 people were in attendance for those plays. That number really says something for the theater. It says that it is capable of holding a num...
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