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He joined the Lord Chamberlains men which later changed their name to the Kings Men.

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Q: What theater did William Shakespeare's join in 1594?
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Which three companies did William Shakespeare join in 1564?

Shakespeare belonged to NO theater companies in 1564. He helped co-found the Lord Chamberlain's Men in 1594.


When did William Shakespeare join a theatre?

Shakespeare co-founded the Lord Chamberlain's Men in 1594.


What theatre company did shakespeare join in 1534?

Shakespeare did not join a theater company in 1534. He wasn't born until 1564. In 1594, he joined a theater club called Lord Chamberlain's Men.


Which theatre company did William Shakespeare join in 1596?

Shakespeare was a founding member of the Lord Chamberlain's Men in 1594, not 1596.


What group did William shakespeare join in 1594 with Richard burbage?

The Lord Chamberlain's Men. It was an acting company.The Lord Chamberlain's Men.


What theater company did William Shakespeare belong to after 1594?

The Lord Chamberlain's Men was formed in 1594 and Shakespeare was one of its charter members, so he didn't actually join it. He had by that time already written a few plays and was an actor. Later, under King James I, the Lord Chamberlain's men changed their name to the King's Men. This company did not own the Globe Theatre or any theatre; that was a different group of partners, one of whom was also Shakespeare.


What theatre compony did shakespeare join in 1594?

The Chamberlain's Men


When did William Shakespeare join a theatre company and what was it called?

In fact, Shakespeare was a founder and shareholder (co-owner) of the Lord Chamberlain's Men from 1594 on. Before that, he may have worked with one or more of the half dozen or so active theater companies: Derby's Men, Strange's Men, Pembroke's Men, or Queen Elizabeth's Men.


What theatre company did William Shakespeare join in 1592?

There is speculation that Shakespeare acted for Pembroke's Men or Strange's Men, but there is not hard evidence of it. In 1594 he helped found the Lord Chamberlain's Men.


What theatre company did William Shakespeare join 1584?

Shakespeare was most probably still in Stratford or the vicinity in 1584. It was prior to the birth of his twins. [He may have been tutoring home-schooled catholic families in Lincolnshire.] We only know that he moved to London sometime prior o 1592. He helped form Lord Hunsdon's Men who became the Lord Chamberlain's Men in 1594.


Which theatre did William Shakespeare join in 1514?

None. This was fifty years before he was born. Nor did he ever "join a theatre". A theatre is a building you put on plays in--you cannot join it any more than you can join a bridge or a warehouse. What Shakespeare joined was an acting company, called the Lord Chamberlain's Men, and he did it when the company formed in 1594 (he was a charter member), eighty years after the date you propose.


What theatre did William Shakespeare join in 1599?

Shakespeare helped form the Lord Chamberlain's Men in 1594. The occupied the Theatre and the Curtain playhouses until 1599 when they dismantled the Theatre and rebuilt it in another location, changing the name to the Globe.