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Globe Theater

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bryan taveras

on 24 January 2014

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Transcript of Globe Theater

Globe Theater
Shakespeare's Globe Theater
- The name of Shakespeare's theater is the Globe Theater
- in London, England
-Theaters closed because due to plague.
Shakespeare's Globe Theater
-A theatre in London associated with William Shakespeare. It was built in 1599 by Shakespeare's playing company and was destroyed by fire on 29 June 1613
-Shakespeare wrote a long poem called Venus and Adonis,
Globe Theater Details
Inside the theater...
seating above the stage for the welathy audiance
seating around the walls for the middle class audience
and an open area towards the center for people to stand for the poor audience
This is so the wealthy and middle class people can be sheltered and seated during shows and the poor audience stands and has to sometimes deal with the bad weather while watching.
The reason for The Globe Theater's shape and name come from the quote "Totus mundus agit histrionem" which is Latin for "The whole world is a playhouse". This was crested above the main entrance of the theater.
Globe Theater Shape and Name
Images of the Globe Theater
What Happened to the Globe Theater?
The Globe Theater burned down during one of the performances of Henry VIII.
They used a canon in the show for special effects. There was gunpowder and wadding in the canon. Unfortunately some of the smoldering wadding landed on the roof.
Since the structure was built of mostly timber, it caught fire.
Was violence depicted on stage? What could a play-goer expect to see every time he or she went to the theater? Were special effects used?
What was the audience members' role?
- Special effects were used.
-They enhanced dramatic and visual effects preformed by the actor.
-There was violence on stage.
-Only men were allowed to preform
- Too dangerous for women
-Men or boys took the role of a woman.
- A play-goer would expect to see colorful costumes, heralds, banners, a cannon, and a balcony

- They would eat, drink and talk throughout the performance
- They had to use their imagination.

Jackie A, Chinny A, Bryan T, Kevin S
Period 8
The Globe Theater Today...
is rebuilt to resemble the original theater.
Many things are kept the same, including the ticketing system.
The main differences would be the improvements made like lighting and microphones.
The wealthy audiance sitting abve the stage
What was the name of the theater, where was it located, why?
What caused theater's to close in London in 1592 and what affect did this have on Shakespeare?
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