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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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Globe, Shakespeare, theatre, Romeo and Juliet, Renaissance, London Bridge, drama, stage, dramatist, London, British Empire, England, 17th century, actor, performance, tragedy, building, comedy, Thames, auditorium, Great Britain, cultural history, modern history, Middle Ages, history, wooden structure

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