The Lord Chamberlain's Men was a company of actors, or a "playing company"
as it would have been known, for which Shakespeare wrote for most of his career
The Lord Chamberlain's Men. Henry Carey, Lord Chamberlain. The company
was originally formed under the patronage of Lord Strange, but when he died in ...
For most of its life, the company was one of the most prominent of its day,
favoured by commoners and aristocracy alike – indeed The Lord Chamberlain's
The Lord Chamberlain's Men is an open air theatre company built upon the same
principles that Shakespeare himself followed: to present bold, clear and ...
Apr 6, 2006 ... Lord Chamberlain's Men, also called Chamberlain's Men, a theatrical company
with which Shakespeare was intimately connected for most of ...
In 1594, the Queen's Men were replaced by two newly reorganised companies,
the Admiral's Men and the Lord Chamberlain's Men. They shared a monopoly ...
The Lord Chamberlain's Men - and later The King's Men - was the name of the
company of players (actors) with which Shakespeare worked for almost all of his
The Lord Chamberlain's Men, also called the Chamberlain's Men, were a
theatrical playing company with which William Shakespeare was associated for
The Lord Chamberlain's Men, the acting company with which William
Shakespeare was closely associated, changed its name in 1603 to the King's
Sep 2, 2006 ... The Lord Chamberlain's Men, or Chamberlain's Men, was the most illustrious of
the companies of players in Renaissance England.