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James Burbage may accurately be called the father of the early modern English playhouse. He was part of the project known as the Red Lion in 1567, but most famously with the Theater in Shoreditch in 1576.

Joiner


Leicester's Men


Playhouse Owner

1635, son, Cuthbert, testified to his father's role (Sharers' Papers)


Works Cited

Ingram, William, The Business of Playing. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992.

Kathman, "Grocers" [[category:Leicester's

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