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Globe Theatre (London, 17th century)

Globe Theatre (London, 17th century)

One of the directors of the circular, open-air Renaissance theatre in London was William Shakespeare.



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  • When was the Globe Theatre in London built?
  • What was the theatre named after?
  • How much was the diameter of the Globe Theatre?
  • What did the theatre building resemble the most?
  • Why did the theatre burn down in 1613?
  • What was the roof of the original Globe Theatre made of?
  • Who was the director of the theatre between 1601-1607?
  • How many parts did the stage of Globe Theatre consist of?
  • Which was not one of the parts of the stage of Globe Theatre?
  • Is it true that the Globe was an open-air theatre?
  • What was used for lighting in the Globe Theatre?
  • When were performances held in the Globe theatre?
  • Is it true that there was no stage scenery in the Globe Theatre?
  • How was the location of the scenes described?
  • Is it true that women could not become members of the Globe Theatre’s company?
  • Who played female roles in the Globe Theatre?
  • How many members did the company of the Globe Theatre consist of?
  • Is it true that plays were performed without breaks?
  • What separeted the scenes in the performances of the Globe Theatre?
  • What was above the stage?
  • What scenes were played on the balcony?
  • How many spectators could the Globe theatre hold?
  • What determined where spectators were seated in the auditorium?
  • Is it true that the Royal Family frequently visited the theatre?
  • Where were the aristocrats seated in the theatre?
  • Is it true that the theatre was usually full?
  • Why was the Globe theatre almost always full?
  • How much did the cheapest tickets cost in the Globe Theatre?
  • In which city was the Globe Theatre built?
  • What was the population of London in the early 17th century?
  • In which style was the Globe Theatre built?


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