The Elizabethan theatre grew tremendously by the moving force that was created by Queen Elizabeth. Not only did Elizabeth provide money that allowed her people the time and means to appreciate the arts, but supported the theaters as well. She approved the performances that were produced in London. This allowed the ordinary people to see these plays.
The first proper theatre as we know it was actually called "The Theatre", built at Shoreditch in 1576. Before this time, plays were performed in the courtyard of inns, or sometimes, in the houses of noblemen. After the Theatre, further open ai…
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