The Globe Theater reopened in 1614 then demolished in 1644
The Globe theatre was closed down in 1642 by the Puritans. It was demolished in 1644-45.
The wooden theater where Shakespeare's plays were originally performed was built in 1599, destroyed by a fire in 1613, rebuilt in 1614, and demolished in 1644. The new Globe Theater was built in the 1990s near the site of the origi Save nal.
The puritans caused all theatres to be shut down, the globe was one of the first the landowner demolished it.
The Puritans. In 1642, after Shakespeare's death, they succeeded in forcing the government to stop all stage plays and in 1644 Shakespeare's Globe was demolished by the Puritans.
Globe Theatre ended in 1644.
the globe theater
The Globe Theater (theatre) was a theater in London associated with Shakespeare.
The Globe Theater was an Amphitheater with a Thrust Stage.
it was burnt down
The Globe Theater was built originally of wood.
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The Globe Theatre , rebuilt in 1614 after the original burnt down in 1613, was closed down by order of the Puritans in 1642. It was knocked down in 1644 and replaced by tenement housing. The foundations have since been located under a car park.
The Globe Theatre The original Globe Theatre in London, England, was built in 1599 by the Lord Chamberlain's Men - a theatre company which included William Shakespeare. It was destroyed by a fire in 1613, rebuilt in 1614 and finally demolished in 1644. In 1997 a replica of the original theatre was built, close to the original site and is called Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.
The original globe theater was located in London
On June 29, 1613, The Globe Theatre burned down during a performance of Shakespeare's Henry VIII. Sparks or wadding that flew from a cannon used during the production ignited a thatched roof of the gallery, resulting in the fire. The theater was rebuilt with a tile roof and reopened a year later. The second Globe was torn down about 1644.
On June 29, 1613, The Globe Theater burned down during a performance of Shakespeare's Henry VIII. Sparks or wadding that flew from a cannon used during the production ignited a thatched roof of the gallery, resulting in the fire. The theater was rebuilt with a tile roof and reopened a year later. The second Globe was torn down about 1644.
No. However the modern replica Globe Theatre is called Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.
On 29th June 1613, fire broke out at the globe theater.
It was called "The Globe"!!!
globe shape with no roof
The Globe Theater :)
The Globe theater.