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    Globe Theatre

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    especially true when discussing the Globe Theatre, an “English theatre in Southwark, London, notable for the initial and contemptuous production of William Shakespeare’s plays by the Chamberlain’s Men (know after 1603 as the King’s Men)” (Globe Theatre). The Globe Theatre was by far the most extravagant theatre in London during that time, attracting noblemen, servants, and everyone in between from all over the country. Although it received much praise over its reign, the theatre suffered through many difficulties

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    The Globe Theatre

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    The Globe Theatre The Globe Theatre is probably the most important structure in Shakespeare's dramatic career. The Chamberlain's Company built it in 1599, and it stood on the Southern shore of the Thames River in London. At this time Shakespeare was a member of the Chamberlain's Company, and therefore he became a shareholder in the theatre. The profits actors made off of their shares were their main means of support, as it was for Shakespeare. The Globe was just one of many theatres

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    A History of the Globe Theatre

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    The Globe Theatre was built for Lord’s Chamberlains Men by Cuthbert Burbage (Mallibard). The Globe underwent a lot of hardships throughout its time as the prominent theatre in England. The Globe theatre was beautifully constructed, was a very prominent theatre in England during the time, and was the house for many of Shakespeare’s and Lord Chamberlain’s Men’s plays. The Globe Theatre was constructed in 1599, out of timber taken from the Theatre. It stood next to the Rose, another theatre, on the

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    The Original Globe Theatre

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    One of the most famous theatres in the Elizabethan Age was the Globe Theatre. The Elizabethan Era started in 1558 and lasted to 1603. The theatres from the era were said to be the best and most significant part of the culture at that time. With the Black Death killing people every day, people needed an escape from this death sentencing disease. It all started with inn – yard theatres. A group of people would go from village to village performing for the people in a market place or village square

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    Shakespeare and the Globe Theatre

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    Shakespeare and the Globe Theatre Plays have always been a big attraction throughout the centuries. William Shakespeare is most commonly known as one of the best play writers of all time. Even without the modern technology that we have today, Shakespeare was able to deliver magnificent plays using the Globe Theatre. Though Shakespeare wrote many plays, he did not write an autobiography, and none of the letters he wrote could be found. Therefore little is actually known about Shakespeare’s

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    Known by many as Shakespeare’s theatre, the Globe theatre is the epitome of the statement, “Third times the charm.” As it has burned to the ground, was destroyed by puritans and now stands today in its third, non-flammable form, “The New Globe Theatre.” All three of the Globe theatres have been built in similar fashion with a thrust stage surrounded by a two story; circular shaped building that housed magnificent audiences. Attracted by the special effects and the various plays produced by The

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    in the Globe Theatre in London since the Elizabethan times. The Globe Theatre has had a variety of different audiences in its time who have come to watch many actors and actresses perform in the showing of Romeo and Juliet. The theatre can hold up to 1500 and more people, so each performance is in front of a huge audience. Many members of the audience can watch from the grounds directly in front of the stage. Up to 3000 people can stand there to be exact. In the early years of the Globe Theatre

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    The Globe Theatre The Globe Theatre in London , a place where William Shakespeare's most famous plays premiered; Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth, and Twelfth Night, was built in 1599 in Southwark on the south bank of London’s River Thames by Richard Burbage. It was co-owned by Shakespeare, with a share of 12.5%. The Globe was a large, open-aired, three-tiered theater made out of timber taken from the Theatre-– a former theatre owned by Richard Burbage’s father. The Globe Theatre burned to the

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    The Globe Theatre

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    The Globe Theatre was the first theatre associated with William Shakespeare. First is the Globe theatre’s construction including a little on the history as to how it became and its outer appearence. The features will include its location as well as some dimensions of the theatre. Next is the interior of the Globe, some specifications such as stage size, rooms, and other miscellaneous facts about what lies within the theatre. The third point will elaborate on the performances and what it took to

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    The Globe Theatre

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    does in today's society. The first famous theater on record is none other than the Globe Theater. This wasn't your everyday movie theater. The entertainment that this was meant for was playwrites, and the occasional gambling session. Before this theater was built, plays took place at inns, inn yards, college halls, private houses, and a variety of other places (www.william-shakespeare.info). The original Globe theater, built in 1576, was actually just called "The Theater" and was owned by James

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