year that the Globe Theater was built
a small fire and the landlord raised the rent
WHat were the 2 reasons that The Theater was disassembled, moved, and rebuilt as The Globe Theater?
wood and thatch
building materials were _________ and _________
height of the Globe
shape of the Globe
# of stages of the Globe
lighting of the globe
this part of the audience sat in tiered seats or Lord's rooms
this part of the audience sat in the pit
name for the people sitting in the pits
amount of audience participation
What sets did the Lord Chamberlain's Men use?
2 hours with no intermission
year the Globe burnt down
play in which the Globe burned down
A cannon ball landed in the Heavens and the building went up in flames
How did the Globe catch on fire?
year that Shakespeare retired
year that the new king closed all of the theaters in London
served as a cheap way to advertise ithat a play was being performed that day; different colors stood for different types of dramas; this was attached to the huts
held the cranks that could lower or raise characters from the stage; this is what the flags hung from
served as the only stationary scenery in The Globe; used as a special effect
located right below the heavens, this was the space where musicians would be playing or additional spectators could be seated if necessary
the underneath area of the stage; this is found under the outer stage and was used for dramatic entrances/exits
this area was where the grounglings could stand and watch; these were the "cheap seats"; also called "The Yard"
these were 6 private galleries where aristocrats sat. These seats were more expensive, and this is where Queen Elizabeth herself would sit when viewing Shakespeare's many plays.
the highest stage
stage found beneath the upper stage but on the same level at the outer stage
stage that projects outward towards the pits