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==Theatrical Provenance==
 
==Theatrical Provenance==
  
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==Probably Genre(s)==
 
==Probably Genre(s)==

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Historical Records

<Henslowe’s Diary

F. 63v (Greg I.110) >

Theatrical Provenance

<These payments were made by members of the Admiral’s Men for their upcoming season at the Rose playhouse. The company moved to the newly built Fortune sometime in the fall of 1600, but in 1599 they were still at the Rose. They had new neighbors: in the fall of 1599 the Chamberlain's Men moved into their newly built playhouse, the Globe, across the street from the Rose on Maid Lane.>

Probably Genre(s)

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References to the Play

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For What It's Worth

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