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When there were outbreaks of the plague, public theater were closed. The black plague also affected public theater by inspiring many artists, such as William Shakespeare.

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What effect did the black plague have on the theater?

it slowed down the theater acts and killed many talented actors


How did the Black Plague effect theater?

Fewer people came to see theater because they were dead, sick, or afraid of getting the disease.


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What happened to the theater companies when they were closed down between 1953 and 1954?

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How did the plague caused by the Black Death effect Europe?

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What effect did the black plague have on the public theater during shakespeare time?

When there was a plague outbreak, the theatres were closed down, as it was thought that the disease spread more easily in crowds. When this happened, the actors had to find other ways of making money (as Shakespeare did in 1593 by publishing his erotic poem Venus and Adonis) or take their plays on a tour of rural centres (as the Lord Chamberlain's Men did in 1596).


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