Many people actually. While you wouldn't see the Queen attending a play, some lesser nobles and businessmen were among the high rollers in the stands while the peasants would be standing and watching comedies and tragedies.
Usually actors. Some lived in troupes and who traveled to locations, set up a stage and performed plays. Others had long-term engagements at playhouses specifically and permanently dedicated to theatrical performance. William Shakespeare was such an actor.
The dates of the Elizabethan Age in England coincides with the dates of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. The dates span from 1558 to 1603.
Answer this question… . More people attended plays.
The Elizabethan era refers to the reign of Queen Elizabeth I of England, who ruled from 1533-1603. It is also called the Shakespearean Era, for the literary and dramatic forms that flourished during the period. It is also known as a period with few great military undertakings, the exceptions being the exploits of Sir Francis Drake and the fortuitous loss of the Spanish Armada in 1588.
I think that it was the Elizabethan Era. I'm doing a project on it and it's the only answer that I can find so far.
I and U are missing from the Elizabethan alphabet.
Traveling companies (apex)
on pageant wagons.
Plays in Elizabethan times were sometimes performed in innyards. Is that what you are asking about?
He started off a as a traveller but then he built a theatre which he then performed in.
Of course not, Elizabethan England was protestant.
Shakespeare's plays were performed in the Elizabethan theatres. Most of the people that were able to attend were royalty, and those that had more money than the others.
Elizabethan drama refers to the plays and literature created during the reign of Elizabeth I and immediately following her death. Drama written by William Shakespeare is an example of Elizabethan drama.
The Lord Chamberlain who retained control of what could be performed in London's theatres until the 1960's.
The tiring house was what the dressing room was called during the Elizabethan era, when Shakespeare's plays were being written and performed.
Its is the the middle-class citizens of Elizabethan times