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Answered 2010-05-07 05:32:36

Nothing. The Globe Theatre was one of the Elizabethan theatres. Think of "Elizabethan" as a time or type, not an actual theatre with that name.

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How was the Elizabethan theater physically different to the theater today?

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What are the other names of Elizabethan Theater?

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Why was the Elizabethan theater built?

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