The Globe Theater In The Elizabethan Society

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The Globe Theater There were only a “Few permanent theaters were built in medieval Europe (Orrell). The Puritans were a Protestant religious faction and the term came into general usage at the reign of Bloody Mary and the start of the Elizabethan Era . (“Globe Theatre and the Puritans”) The plays performed at The Globe Theater impacted the Elizabethan society . By providing culture ,diversity and it influenced change in the Elizabethan society . Theaters evolved during the renaissance. First, there were mobile theaters are theaters that someone would come in for the day and the stage crew would set up the stage for the performers to perform on when they were done . The stage crew would come back and dismantle the theater .…show more content…
The Globe theater allowed all people to attend the plays the stage crew did not deny anyone entrance into the plays Peasants were the type of social class that would be sat in the lower seats . Royalty would sit in the higher seats . “At the beginning of the Elizabethan Era , the period with the reign of queen Elizabethan I that is often considered considered to be a golden age in English history” (“Elizabethan Drama”) . “There was however a huge and varied body of Elizabethan comedy, tragedy, Revenge plays and history chronicles a rose ” . (“Elizabethan…show more content…
The globe theater attracted huge crowds - up to 3000 people (“Globe Theatre and the Puritans”) . Respectable citizens were concerned about the rise in crime and the bawdy nature of some of the plays ,fighting ,drinking , not to mention the risk of so many people and the spread Bubonic Plague”( “Globe Theatre and the Puritans”). The reason that the Puritans did not like the Globe Theater was because they thought that it was morally wrong . The Purtians did not like what it stood for . The Puritans were a Protestant religious faction and the term came into general usage at the reign of Bloody Mary and the start of the Elizabethan Era” . (“Globe Theatre and the Puritans”) Bloody Mary was a spirit that would come around whenever someone said her name . She was a ghost who was very evil at the time when this took place . The kinds of plays did they have. The Stage Crew had few different types of plays . How ever a huge and varied body of Elizabethan comedy, tragedy, Revenge plays and history chronicles arose . “Elizabethan

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