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By: Brittany W. Keziah C. JR L. Andrew G. Zach R.
The Globe theater Address- What used to be Maiden Lane, now Park Street. Opened in 1599; rebuilt in 1614; closed in 1642. The architect was Peter Street. The Globe Theater was owned by Lord Chamberlains Men. Capacity 3,000–seated and standing Type- Elizabethan Theater
William Shakespeare Baptized on April, 26, 1564 Died on April, 23, 1616 at the age of 52. Relative(s) – John Shakespeare(father) Mary Shakespeare (mother) Signature Famous Plays- Romeo & Juliet, Hamlet, The Tempest, Macbeth, King Lear.
Elizabethan Era Queen Elizabeth I was a monarch. Era started in 1558 and ended in 1603. She ascended the throne at 25. Depicted as “The Golden Age” An Elizabethan sport is hawking. This was a kind of sport only for the rich, because the poor could not afford birds of prey, much less a place to keep them. Nobles would train their birds, and sometimes trade them to others. Once, people tried to breed different birds to make a perfect type, but it did not work very well. Princess Elizabeth was declared fatherless in 1537.