How many women actors did the company usually feature? - There was no female actors. The boys played the girls.
Was Shakespeare an actor? What was the term used to refer to actors? - Shakespeare might have worked as a minor actor. Actors were called players.
How were seating arrangement's for the audience? How did one get a good seat? - Audience could pay a few penny's to watch but you could pay extra for box seats.
What would the audience do if they did not like a performance? - they would ignore the play and talk over it.
What type of people were Shakespeare's plays performed for? - Everyone came to watch Shakespeare's play.
What happened to the original Globe theater - it burned down.
Where did the timbers to build the second globe come from - the piles and foundation from the first walls had survive
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