The Elizabethan Theater - Who went to the theater in Shakeperean times?
In Elizabethan times, the theater was a popular source of entertainment. People from all social and economic backgrounds would come to London to enjoy the plays. Inside the theater, conditions were crowded and, by today's standards, very uncomfortable. Still, people would come from all over to be entertained and celebrate.
Most playgoers were craftspeople and merchants, but audiences were often a diverse representation of English society, from noblemen to beggars. Plays appealed to many people because they were inexpensive but entertaining. Poorer people would pay one penny for the right t…
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