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Costumes, props, and performers

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jenna sundberg

on 9 October 2012

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by: Garret, Jacob, Jenna and Tessah Costumes, Props, and Performers By Garret Altiar Wright Props Costumes Performers Jacob Arab Roby by: Jenna Sundberg Appearances William Shakespeare the head actor over the London actors clothes queen and upper class wore. These were some of the masks used in some Shakespeare plays By Tessah Boggess Upper class Elizabethan fashion Costumes and
props were vary
important clothes women wore. Elizabethan Era female clothing clothing men wore. Men and boy clothing bright colors were also
vary important. Men and women clothing Globe Theatre, main actors are the owners Robert Burbage
Cuthbert Burbage
William Shakespeare
John Heminges
Augustine Phillips
Thomas Pope Main Characters
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