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==1587-1594==
 
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<blockquote>An early version of the players under the patronage of Charles Howard, who became Lord Admiral in 1585 and the earl of Nottingham in 1596, carried the name of Lord Howard's men. The troupe toured in the provinces, 1577-9  [http://link.library.utoronto.ca/reed/Eventhits.cfm REED PP], and they appeared at court during Christmastide 1576-7 and 1577-8. Two of their plays for 1576-7 (both lost) are named: ''Tooley'' and ''The Solitary Knight''. </blockquote>
  
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<blockquote>After Howard became Lord Admiral (1585), his players maintained a vigorous touring schedule on the traditional circuits throughout England. Despite the hegemony of the Queen's players at court, the Admiral's men performed there in the 1586-7 season on 27 December 1586 (by themselves) and 6 January (with [[:category:Chamberlain's|Hunsdon's players]]). Their next court dates were 11 February 1589, 3 March 1590, and Christmastide of 1590-91 (27 December and 16 February, on both occasions with [[:category:Strange's|Lord Strange's players]]). Several extraordinary business decisions came to define the Admiral's players in 1587: they acquired the player, Edward Alleyn; and they acquired ''The Spanish Tragedy'' by Thomas Kyd and ''Tamburlaine the Great'' by Christopher Marlowe. Henceforward, </blockquote>
  
 
==At the Rose, 1594-1600==
 
==At the Rose, 1594-1600==

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1587-1594

An early version of the players under the patronage of Charles Howard, who became Lord Admiral in 1585 and the earl of Nottingham in 1596, carried the name of Lord Howard's men. The troupe toured in the provinces, 1577-9 REED PP, and they appeared at court during Christmastide 1576-7 and 1577-8. Two of their plays for 1576-7 (both lost) are named: Tooley and The Solitary Knight.

After Howard became Lord Admiral (1585), his players maintained a vigorous touring schedule on the traditional circuits throughout England. Despite the hegemony of the Queen's players at court, the Admiral's men performed there in the 1586-7 season on 27 December 1586 (by themselves) and 6 January (with Hunsdon's players). Their next court dates were 11 February 1589, 3 March 1590, and Christmastide of 1590-91 (27 December and 16 February, on both occasions with Lord Strange's players). Several extraordinary business decisions came to define the Admiral's players in 1587: they acquired the player, Edward Alleyn; and they acquired The Spanish Tragedy by Thomas Kyd and Tamburlaine the Great by Christopher Marlowe. Henceforward,

At the Rose, 1594-1600

At the Fortune, 1600-1604

Post-Elizabethan Company Identities and Venues

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Pages in category "Admiral's"

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