Who were Theater entrepreneurs ? Why was there such a rise in the popularity of theaters ?
Elizabethan Theatres - Theaters, Amphitheatres, playhouses and Inn-yards
in London with names, pictures and descriptions
How and why did Theater become established ? What was the history ?
What was an inn-yard ?
What was a play house ?
What was an amphitheatre ?
What did the inn-yards, playhouses and theatres look like ? We have pictures of many of them!
Where were they all located in England ?
What happened to bear and bull baiting ?
What were the audiences like?
Who were the actors ?
Why did actors have such bad reputations ?
What was life like on the Elizabethan stage ?
Who owned Theaters ?
Who were the playwrights of the era?
Was Elizabethan theater entertainment and drama for both the rich and the poor of the era ?
Was drama, theatre and play going part of Elizabethan England daily life ?
Elizabethan Theater Facts
What were Elizabethan theaters really like ? For comprehensive facts on the interior and exterior structure, layout and design of the typical Elizabethan Theatre click the following link:
Elizabethan Theatre Facts - Structure and design
Information about Elizabethan Shakespearean Theaters
Theaters that we have featured include Theatre, The Swan, Newington Butts, The Curtain, The Rose, Gray's Inn, Middle Temple Inn, Whitehall, The Globe, The Boar's Head, The Red Bull, The Hope, Blackfriars, White Hart Inn, Bell Inn, Bear Garden, Salisbury Court, The Cockpit, Whitefriars, Bull Inn, Bell Savage, Cross Keys Inn, Paul's, George Inn, The Bull Ring ! We have provided as much information as possible, with pictures on each of these theaters.