When did the plague end?
The plague ended in 1350 and returned later various times later in lives of people living in the world.
Outbreaks of plague, which would be pneumonic plague rather than bubonic plague (sometimes known as the Black Death), within the City of London, caused the theatres close to the City to be closed down, including the ones Shakespeare was working at. Henslowe's Diary suggests that in 1594, towards the end of a particularly nasty plague outbreak, the Lord Chamberlain's Men (which would have included Shakespeare) were performing at Newington Butts theatre south of London and…
I assume that you are referring to the Ten Plagues in Exodus. In order, they are: 1) The plague of water turning into blood 2) The plague of frogs 3) The plague of gnats 4) The plague of flies 5) The plague of livestock death 6) The plague of sores 7) The plague of hail 8) The plague of locusts 9) The plague of darkness 10) The plague of first-born death