Plays and costumes:Quote#8:"plays developed from the interludes performed by wandering actors, and the classically inspired plays of schools and universities. These two traditions merged in the 1580's when a new group of playwrights, many of them university-educated, began writing for professional actors of the public theater." (Novick)
Commentary:It confirms that there most of the actors came from universities and play of schools so they spend time at a school to memorize lines and making a scene more dramatic.
Quote#9:"But costumes were often elaborated, and the stage might have been hung with colorful banners and trappings."
Commentary:This demonstrates how even though it was just a big pit of wood surrounded by many people there were colorful things to have around even if there was nothing to have as a scenery or props.
Quote#10:''Theater was a rowdy event, and the Globe's audiences were more like spectators at a sporting event than respectful and passive observers. Equally vocal and enthusiastic in their support and their criticism, audience members cheered their favorite actors and threw garbage at those they did not like." (Hager)
Commentary:This quote supports that even you would see this at a sporting events not like a performance for a orchestra or choir.
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