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where the Lord Chamberlain's Men performed before the Globe Theater
Blackfriars Theater and Rose Theater
Shakespeare wrote for the masses by including () and ()
witty and clever dialogue; goofy, slapstick, crude humor
the prologue to Romeo and Juliet is an () to the play, (), and is spoken by the ()
introduction, presents events to come, chorus
characters, speak together, observe and make comments on events in the play, sometimes make predictions
why the canopy of the Globe Theater covered about 1/2 of the stage
if it rained, they could still perform; added dimension to the play
used for storage, scenery, props, costumes, dressing room; additional space for scenes; two large doors opened to it
presents the sad tale of the fall of a noble character; arouses pity and fear in the audience
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