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Traces the origin and history of the Globe Theater, describing London's pre-Globe theater scene, Shakespeare's affiliation with the theater, the fire that destroyed it in 1613, and its modern resurgence in popularity.

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Through considerable detective work, this work sets out to show that Julius Caeser was the first play performed at the new Globe Theatre on 12 June 1599.

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