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The Globe Theatre
The most famous playhouse was the Globe (1599) built by the company in which
Shakespeare had a stake. The Globe was only in use until 1613, when a canon fired
during a performance of Henry VIII caught the roof on fire and the building burned
to the ground. The site of the theatre was rediscovered in the 20th century and a
reconstruction built near the spot.
This theater has a unique architecture. Indeed, the theater has a totally
round, allowing the viewer to surround the scene. Thus there is also a better sound
distribution.
One can find this setting in "Shakespeare in Love."
Theatre performances were held in the afternoon, because, of course, there
was no artificial lighting. Women attended plays, though often the prosperous woman
would wear a mask to disguise her identity. Further, no women performed in the plays.
Female roles were generally performed by young boys.
The costumes are very prepared and very beautiful. They are authentic. They
are the clothes of their time.
In the room, viewers are arranged by class.
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