The Globe Theatre
The Globe Theater was built originally of wood.
The first form of European theater began in ancient Greece. In 1881 the first electric theater was built. In 1580 the first permanent theater in Italy was built.
English queen Elizabeth I was perhaps the most famous personality going into Years 1596. She reigned from 1558 to 1603 for almost 45 years.
The Greek Theater was built in 1929. The history of the theater dates back to 1882. The owner made his money in the gold mining fields and purchased the land the theater was built on.
The Shakespeare's famous Globe Theater was built by 'The Lord Chamberlain's Men' playing company where he worked in almost his all career.
James Burbage built the first theater in England.
The first theater built in London in modern times was called simply, The Theater. It was built by James Burbage father of Richard Burbage.
it was built in 1912 but it was not as theater it was bingo hall and cinema but in 1984 theater trust bought it and they make it as theater
The Greeks built theatres or Odeons as they were called everywhere they built, for me the most fab is at Epedaurus, (I think that is near the spelling) I have been there and it is awesome
Probably the Globe in London, but it is the most famous, and as far as anyone is aware that is the earliest
1599 is when it was built
it was built in the fourth century.
The Elizabethan theater was used for many of Shakespeare's plays.
Fort Jesus is in Mombasa Kenya. Built by the Portuguese in 1593 to 1596.
"The Theatre" is the name of the theater built by James Burbage in 1576.
In 1576, the professional theater called The Theater was built in London. The Rose theater was also established in London. The Globe theater opened in 1599 and was built from the old The Theater building.
The Chinese theater
The Globe theater.
I wonder what's playing at the theater tonight. There's a new theater being built!
The theater of Pompey and was built in 55 BC