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The Globe

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franco serra

on 29 March 2014

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Transcript of The Globe

THE GL BE
Build
After the fire
Conclusion
The beginning
James Burbage built the theatre in 1576

Father of Richard and Cuthbert,
members of the company
Lord Chamberlain's Men
Location
Polygonal
building
Diameter
100 feet
Height
36 feet
Roof of
thatch and
water reed
Printed
panoramas
Destroyed by fire
June 29,1613
The end of the first Globe
Rebuilt with
a tiled roof, 1614
Destroyed by Puritans
April 15, 1644
Rebuilt
350 years later...1997
180 meters away from the original location
Circular
walls
Thatched roof
over tile
Only wooden pegs and beams
Then
very formal
proper attire
Common Place
Men only
All ages welcome
Moving around is common
Rude audience
Food throwing
Now
Tourist attraction
No proper attire
Special occasion
All genders
Facts you should know about the Globe
Color coded flags were used outside the theatre to show the type of play to be performed - a red flag for a history play, white for a comedy and black for a tragedy play.
Plays were only shown during the summer.
The term "box office" originated at the Globe Theatre.
Serious outbreaks of the Bubonic plague caused the Globe Theatre to close down three times.
Lord Chamberlain's Men Played...
" We are such stuff as dreams are made on"
-W. Shakespeare
Martina Cazzola
Giacomo Fanti
Francesca Forti
Martina Roncagli
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