The Theatre: archaeology of an Elizabethan venue
in Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama, Theatre Buildings, Theatre People
14th September 2010
INTERVIEW: ARCHAEOLOGY SPECIAL
Heather Knight of the Museum of London Archaeology and Penny Tuerk of the Tower Theatre talk to Heather Neill about excavations of The Theatre, the first purpose-built venue in Elizabethan London, where several of Shakespeare’s plays were first put on. Recorded at the Museum of London Archaeology.
I’ve fallen in love with James Burbage, who was a rotter, because he was so much like modern theatre people.