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hightowerssss stack

english renaissance

termsDefinition
attic a huge room used for storage and dramas were practiced there sometimes
balcony housed muscians and actors
heavens the stage ceiling decorated with zodiac and other symbols
gallery seating for paying patrons c(ost 2 pense)
troupes consited of three men and a boy(to play the women roles)
shape round, octagonal or rectangular shape
stage made of bare boards and used for performing
Marlowe Greatest English tragedy writer next to Shakesphere
Johnson Wrote satires, spent a lot of money on them
Shakesphere The greatest playwriter of all time
Created by: chightower0606