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The period of Elizabethan theatre covers the plays written and performed in England during the reign of Queen Elisabeth I (1558-1603). It also includes the time of her immediate successors James I and Charles I. This age of theatre was securely ended by the closure of all public theatres in London in 1642 with the onset of the Civil War. Elizabethan Theatre was very different to modern theatre. Not only was it looked upon as unclean and had an unsavoury reputation. Staging and settings were very simple and all the performances relied heavily on the audience's imagination and trust. …
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