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Globe Theatre: Quiz


Question 1: It was pulled down in 1644, or slightly later—the commonly cited document dating the act to 15 April 1644 has been identified as a probable forgery—to make room for ________.
High-riseSkyscraperApartmentTower block

Question 2:
Where does Globe Theatre come from?
England, France
Manchester, England
Devon, England

Question 3:
Who was the architect of Globe Theatre?
Rev. John Proft; Peter Thull
Peter Mansbendel
Peter Street
Peter Dederichs Jr.

Question 4:
What is the street address of Globe Theatre?
London, Ontario
New London
Bloomsbury, London, WC1

Question 5: The Burbages originally had a 21-year ________ of the site on which The Theatre was built but owned the building outright.
LeasingLeasehold estateProperty lawLease

Question 6:
What is the capacity of Globe Theatre?
3,000–seated and standing

Question 7: The Globe was built in 1599 using timber from an earlier theatre, The Theatre, which had been built by Richard Burbage's father, James Burbage, in ________ in 1576.
ShoreditchDalstonHackney CentralStoke Newington

Question 8: The balcony housed the musicians and could also be used for scenes requiring an upper space, such as the balcony scene in ________.
Romeo and JulietHamletWilliam ShakespeareThe Tempest

Question 9: The Globe Theatre was a theatre in London associated with ________.
HamletShakespeare authorship questionWilliam ShakespeareShakespeare's life

Question 10: [7] As the majority of the foundations lies beneath Anchor Terrace itself, which is a ________, no further excavations have been permitted.
Grade I listed buildings in SomersetListed buildingGrade I listed buildings in South YorkshireGrade I listed buildings in Bristol


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