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Shakespeare's Life and Times: The Globe Theatre
This guide is useful for high school students studying the life and times of William Shakespeare. Teachers may also use this guide to conduct a WebQuest or smaller research assignments before studying one of Shakespeare's plays.
This page will guide you through the exploration of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.
The Globe Theatre
The Globe was originally funded by William Shakespeare and his acting company The Lord Chamberlain's men; however, since it has been rebuilt, people can still enjoy Shakespeare's theatrical productions as they were meant to be seen, on the Globe's stage!
This short article "Shakespeare's Globe Theatre"details how the Globe was built, burnt down, and much later rebuilt. It also has information on an earlier theatre, The Blackfriars Theatre.
Shakespeare's Theatre by C. Walter Hodges
Publication Date: 1980-06-01
This book details the history of Theatre during Shakespeare's day. It discusses religious and Pagan practices and also discusses how Shakespeare influenced the theatre we know today. This book is in Southeast High's Library and can be found under call number: 792 HODGES
This database is a general database that will yield scholarly articles on a variety of topics. To search for The Globe Theatre, you may want to search for "Shakespeare's Globe Theatre" instead of just The Globe Theatre.
The Globe Theatre Mini Documentary on YouTube
This short documentary will give you some information on The Globe Theatre. Make sure to cite your sources. Click "watch on YouTube" to get information on the source.
This short documentary will give you more information about The Globe Theatre, Shakespeare, and life in Elizabethan England. Make sure to cite your sources. Click "watch on YouTube" to get information on the source.