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    What are the most prominent theatres in today’s day and age? In Shakespeare’s time, one of the most popular was The Globe Theatre, also called Shakespeare’s Globe. Built in 1599, Shakespeare’s playing group, “The Lord Chamberlain’s Men” owned and operated this theatre. The theatre drew people from all across Europe, exposing Shakespeare to many people. Shakespeare, along with The Lord Chamberlain’s Men, performed some of his greatest plays there. The theatre burned down and closed once, resulting in people rebuilding it twice. The Globe Theatre has an extremely rich legacy, enhanced by its construction, the talented performers and their famous plays, and the theatre’s amazing history. The Globe Theatre has an interesting concerning how it…

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    The Moulding of Shakespeare’s Colourful World The world is shaped and moulded by the artists of the past, and the artist that created the most significant shift in the world was William Shakespeare and the Globe Theatre. The first Globe Theatre was one of the first playhouses in London and viewing the shows there was past time for many of the people in England.The original Globe burned down and then was rebuilt. The second Globe Theatre was torn down as theatres were closed. The third Globe…

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    The globe theatre is a very historical place. The globe was built in 1599, using materials from an older theatre which was built in 1576. It is a very interesting place considering all of the plays, and the famous people that watched, wrote or even took part in the plays. Some of the most popular plays in the world were shown and acted out in the globe theatre. The exact pinpoint location is currently unknown, they have only been able to get an idea of its location by finding pieces of the…

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    to the globe theater. That theater is where most of Shakespeare play were first presented to the public. Shakespeare bought his share of the globe theater along with others from lord chamberlain’s men. The globe theater was the biggest out of the four theaters. Shakespeare has a very important literature part on the world and the globe theater helped put on the plays for Shakespeare. Shakespeare friend James Burbage built the globe theater in 1599. Shakespeare became a shareholder with the…

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    I feel young boys wanted to act at the time because they had a passion for acting and had a great love for it that it did not matter to them that they had to play characters of the opposite sex to them. Also at the time of Shakespeare it was illegal for women to perform Elizabethan theatre, therefore there were no actresses at the Globe Theatre. Also the way Shakespeare wrote about women in his plays and described them was completely wrong for example in “Richard 2nd the queen and her ladies” he…

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    William Shakespeare is known as one of the greatest writers or poets in history. He is widely known as the greatest writer in the English language, and also known as the “Bard of Avon”. Some of Shakespeare’s first plays were performed at the Globe including: Julius Caesar, Hamlet, King Lear and some others. The Globe is one of the most famous theatres there is. The first Globe was built by the company Shakespeare was in, the Lord Chamberlain’s Men. Richard Burbage was the company’s leading…

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    Elizabethan Theatres The Globe Theatre, a London playhouse, was built in 1598 by James Burbage, with the help of his friends and family. Most of Shakespeare's plays, such as “Julius Caesar, Macbeth, Othello, King Lear, and Hamlet,” were first played in this theatre (Alchin). It was burned down in 1613, rebuilt in 1614, and destroyed by the Puritans in 1644 (”Globe Theatre”). A cannon that was fired during a performance caused the thatched roof, made up of straw, to catch fire,…

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    sailors and soldiers. During this time, England was a little nation with a small navy. The English ships were much smaller, which made it easier to move; giving them the advantage. The two fleets met in the English Channel. By August 1588, the Spanish fleet stopped at Calais while England filled eight ships with flammable materials and set them on fire. This set a panic and broke the Spanish formation, which proved many successes over the past battles. During England’s battle with Spain, a storm…

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    From simple stage platforms, through to the creative, and often elaborate stage alterations transferred later onto the screen using extravagant and excessive sceneries, these adaptations attract viewers and critics from around the world. Looking through the lens of studies of such scholars as Carson, Tiramani, and many more, this essay will analyse what theatres looked like and how they functioned during the Elizabethan era. This analysis will help to understand the form of early varieties of A…

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    Elizabethan Theatres, And How Theatres Have Changed Theatre, like most things, has evolved over the years, and is vastly different from what it was five hundred years ago. Macbeth by William Shakespeare was written during the Elizabethan era, which had playhouses which are very different from twenty first century theatres. The first Elizabethan playhouse in England was built in 1576, just outside of London’s city boundaries. Simply named The Theatre, this building lead way for The Curtain, The…

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