Which theatre company did Shakespeare join in 1594?

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In 1594, Shakespeare joined a theatre company known as The Lord Chamberlain's Men in which he played principle roles as well as taking upon himself the management of the company. The group first played at the Blackfriar, a theatre situated in the midst of the sprawl of London.
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The Lord Chamberlain's Men.
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It's THEIR first of all. THERE is a location. THEIR is possessive, and THEY'RE is "they are" Globe Theater is correct.
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Lord Chamberlain's Men, which later became The King's Men. Anonymous
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In 1594, William Shakespeare was given the opportunity to take a 'sharer's' part in the Lord Chamberlain's Men, an acting company recently taken over by the then Lord Chamberlain,
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