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History of the Globe Theatre.

The Globe Theatre Built in 1599 by William Shakespeare's theatre company in London, the open-air Globe Theatre seated and was three stories high.

The Globe theater as it looks today. The Globe is the most famous Elizabethan theater. In 1970, American actor and director Sam Wanamaker, founded the Shakespeare Globe Trust, and International Shakespeare Globe Centre with the objective of building a faithful recreation of Shakespeare’s Globe close to its original location. While many had said that the Globe reconstruction was impossible to achieve, he persevered for over twenty years, and eventually a new Globe theater was built.

The Globe theater as it looks today. The Globe is the most famous Elizabethan theater. In American actor and director Sam Wanamaker, founded the Shakespeare Globe Trust, and

English Renaissance theatre , also known as early modern English theatre , refers to the theatre of England, largely based in London, which occurred between the Reformation and the closure of the theatres in 1642. It includes the drama of William Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe...

One of our highlights will be a tour of the reconstructed Globe Theatre, the theater of Shakespeare's acting company The King's Men.

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The Globe Theatre | Drama Educational School Posters

From our Drama poster range, the The Globe Theatre Poster is a great educational resource that helps improve understanding and reinforce learning.

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre's Stage, London.:

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This illustration gives an idea of the stage on which the actors performed in Shakespeare's original works. Notice how the rooftop is open causing the actors to have to project the voices.

This is what The Globe Theatre most likely looked like in Shakespeare's time.

The Globe Theatre, London. It's all made out of wood, even what looks like marble.

The Globe Theatre, London. A fantastic open air theatre experience, not just for Shakespeare fans.

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