University Tutorial Press, 1970 - 176 Seiten
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Essay by Coppelia Kahn
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... companies used them , probably contributed to a quieter style of presentation . In 1608 Shakespeare's company took over the Blackfriars so that they had one private and one public theatre ( the Globe ) ; the same actors played at both ...
... Companies . - All the public theatres were built outside the City of London , at Shoreditch or Bankside , because of the hostility of the City authorities who thought that play acting was immoral , that the theatres provided a meeting ...
... companies such as those of St Paul's ( choir ) School , and of the Chapel Royal , with their performances in the private theatres , challenged the popularity of the adult companies . The Chapel Children at the Blackfriars , giving plays ...
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