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The Wickershams Don't Know Nothin' 'bout Jesus

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Steele Christenberry

on 25 January 2013

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The Globe, Shakespeare, and Other Good Things The King's Men Theatre Locations The King's Men were an acting troupe that formed in 1603. They are most famous for being William Shakespeare's acting troupe for most of his life, and for being King James's pesonal acting troupe. The King's Men was a very successful troupe, considering on average, they would play for the royal court at least 5 times every winter season. The troupe had some drama, though. Whenever a fellow actor would die, which is more often than you think, the members of the troupe would fight over the shares of the previous holder. They were also a very wealthy troupe. When The Globe burned down in 1613, the troupe paid 1200 pounds for a new, nicer theater. In 1616, Shakespeare died, but the troupe continued, though the rest of their history is foggy. The Rose Theatre Elizabethan theatres were located in London near the Thames river.

The Globe Theatre was built in Shoreditch, London in 1576. The Globe was destroyed by a fire on June 29, 1613. A second one was built in the same place in June 1614.

The Rose Theatre was located in Newington Butts, London on the bankside. The Rose is known as Bankside's first theatre. It was built in 1587 by Philip Henslowe. The Admiral's
Men The Admiral's Men was thought of as the second most important acting troupe of the Elizabethan Era.
The troupe started out being called Lord Howard's Men, after their patron Charles Howard, who soon gained the title of Lord's High Admiral which chagned the troupes name to their more well known name, The Admiral's Men. However in a freak accident a gun misfired on stage and killed a kid and a pregnant woman which forced the troupe to a temporary retirement.
Their lead actor was Edward Alleyn.
Phillip Henslowe sponsored the group and his diary was discovered and led to a greater understanding of how Elizabethan theaters worked and operated. William Shakespeare and The King's Men William Shakespeare, yo. How insignificant are we... If we all died today, would it even matter? I will eat your soul The Rose Theatre was funded and built by Philip Henslowe and John Griggs in 1587.

In 1592 the Rose Theatre was renovated by Philip Henslowe only. This was to prove that he was the sole owner of The Rose now.

Philip was working with personnel from the Lord Strange's Men and the Admiral's Men.
This helped with bringing in business.

In 1595 and 1599 the Swan and Globe theatres moved onto the Bankside and started to put the Rose out business.

The Rose completely closed in 1603. Theater Design Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee quabba! Now, this is the story all about how
My life got flipped-turned upside down
And I'd like to take a minute
Just sit right there
I'll tell you how I became the prince of a town called Bel Air

In west Philadelphia born and raised
On the playground was where I spent most of my days
Chillin' out maxin' relaxin' all cool
And all shootin some b-ball outside of school
When a couple of guys
Who were up to no good
Startin making trouble in my neighborhood
I got in one little fight and my mom got scared
She said 'You're movin' with your auntie and uncle in Bel Air'

I begged and pleaded with her day after day
But she packed my suite case and sent me on my way
She gave me a kiss and then she gave me my ticket.
I put my walkman on and said, 'I might as well kick it'.

First class, yo this is bad
Drinking orange juice out of a champagne glass.
Is this what the people of Bel-Air living like?
Hmmmmm this might be alright.

But wait, I hear the prissy, bourgeois and all that
Is this the type of place that they should send this cool cat?
I don't think so
I'll see when I get there
I hope they're prepared for the prince of Bel-Air

Well uh, the plane landed and when I came out
There was a dude who looked like a cop standing there with my name out
I ain't trying to get arrested yet.
I just got here!
I sprang with the quickness, like lightening disappeared

I whistled for a cab and when it came near
The license plate said fresh and it had dice in the mirror
If anything I can say is that this cab was rare
But I thought 'Man forget it' - 'Yo homes to Bel-Air'

I pulled up to the house about seven or eight
And I yelled to the cabbie 'Yo homes smell ya later'
I looked to my kingdom
I was finally there
To sit on my throne as the Prince of Bel Air The theaters in the Elizabethan Era all shared very similar designs. They were usually open air and up to 100 feet in diameter. Most were octagonal in shape, but could have up to 24 sides. The biggest theaters of the time could hold up to 3000 people. They vast majority of these were located the "pit". Here, the "groundlings," or commoners, stood and watched the play.
The stage was usually about 20 feet wide by 15 feet deep, by could be as deep as 30 or 45 feet. Some theaters featured stages that stood 3 to 5 feet up, supported by large pillars. Above the stage was an area known as the "Heavens". This area served to create an area hidden from the audience where actors could hide and rigging could be placed to help w/ special effects Daniel Day Lewis Will Smith Lil Jon Daniel Bucher, Cade Spearman, Austin Abernathy, Chad Carpenter, and Steele Christenberry Believe in yourself
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