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Elizabethan Theater How is theater of the Elizabethan Era different from theater today? What modern day theater districts do you know of?
Theater District Made up of 9 play houses or theatersLocated outside of London’s city Pubs Taverns Bawdy Houses or Brothels - prostitutes. Seedy area: pick-pockets & thieves
The Globe: Stats. Plays produced for the general public No Roof RoundNo artificial lighting (no electricity) Several sections: courtyard with pit surrounded with galleries
The Globe: Seating Cheapest seats = standing room onlyGroundlings stood in the pit- Tickets only a PENNY! Royalty & patrons sat in the galleries
Advertising Flags were used to advertise the type of playThey couldn’t use fliers or posters because most people were illiterate.
Today: An advertisement for the Globe might look like this
Actors Vagabonds or vagrants - traveledPerceived a threat - spread disease Little time to rehearse - 3 weeks
Props, Effects, & CostumesTrap doors Pig’s blood & guts Harnesses & wires Sheets of metal Canons Elaborate costumes - royal hand-me downs
Main Patrons of the Globe of the GlobeDo whatever you want, as long as it’s what I want. Lord Strange Lord Chamberlain King James I Queen Elizabeth I
Shakespeare And His Theater. The theater of Shakespeare The actors were all men. The actors were all men. Women’s parts were played by young boys Women’s.
Shakespeare’s time (last part of the 16 th and the early 17 th century).
THE GLOBE © How much do you know about the Globe? Scripts Playwright Effects Puritans Actors Groundlings The Plague Cutpurses.
Elizabethan Theatres Theatres did not have Scenery Curtains Special lighting Women actors Theatres were built around roofless octagonal courtyards.
Globe Theater. The Globe Theatre was constructed in It became one of four major theaters in London. The others were the Swan, the Rose, and the.
Early modern public theaters were located outside of the city limits (across the Thames River) with the bear baiting and the brothels in what was called.
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Queen Elizabeth ruled England during much of Shakespeare’s time.
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