We are living in the Elizabethan times.
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quite old compared to know
dirty and the streets were narrow
When you think about it, this question can't be answered. You can talk about what we know about the big public Elizabethan and Jacobean theatres like the Globe. You can go to Shakespeare's Globe in London or watch films made about such productions (like Shakespeare in Love or Olivier's Henry V) to try to capture that feeling. But like all questions along the line of "What was it like to be there?" the answer is "You had to be there and experience it for yourself."
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They probably didn't. The play was not published during Shakespeare's lifetime and shows signs of revision by another playwright, both of which suggest that it was not popular. And in any event, the audience which watched it was technically Jacobean and not Elizabethan, since Macbeth was written after Queen Elizabeth's death.
London was like a dot on the map compared to where the Aztecs lived. The Aztecs had an empire. To compare like with like, the Aztec empire should be compared with the Roman Empire, rather than the city of Rome. The Roman Empire was 30 times bigger than the Aztec Empire.
You can find out by attending a play at Shakespeare's Globe in London or in another replica of an Elizabethan theatre.
Elizabethan theater involved several theater companies of actors and playwrights. In London the globe theater was in use and Shakespeare was performing his works. There were no female actresses during Elizabethan times, instead young teenage boys would play female roles.
The best storyteller in Elizabethan times was Shakespeare.
Shakespeare lived in the Elizabethan period and wrote literary things, like poetry.
It was gay.
It was horrible and scary.