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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 . Richard Burbage played most of the lead roles, including Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, and Macbeth while Shakespeare himself performed some secondary roles.

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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 1594, the players found a patron in Henry Carey, the Lord Chamberlain.*. The reorganized company performed at the Theatre and the Curtain; in 1599 they moved to ...

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Lord Chamberlain's Men: A theatrical company with which Shakespeare was intimately connected for most of his professional career as a dramatist. It was the most important company of players in Elizabethan...

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The Lord Chamberlain's Men is an open-air theatre company built upon the same principles that William Shakespeare himself followed: presenting bold, clear and dynamic productions to excite, delight and captivate you, our audience. Performed at some of the most beautiful and historically significant venues throughout ...

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Past Productions · Next Production · The Tour · Education · About us · Support us · Contact us · The Lord Chamberlain's Men · Past Productions · Next Production · The Tour · Education · About us · Support us · Contact us. "Open air theatre as it should be and at its very, very best." BBC. The Lord Chamberlain's Men. The UK's ...

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Sep 17, 2014 ... The Elizabethan era saw the birth of modern theatre. This was the period of the first purpose-built theatres, and the first professionally organised acting companies. Shakespeare's company, the Lord Chamberlain's Men, set a standard to which others could aspire.

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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 theatrical career, as actor, dramatist and theatre manager. It was founded sometime in the 1560s by the players' first sponsor, Henry Carey, the 1st Lord Hunsdon.

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Sep 2, 2006 ... After Carey was made Lord Chamberlain in 1585, another company was created from the original Hunsdon's Men and members from several other theatre companies, including the Lord Strange's Men; this new company, Lord Chamberlain's Men, began performing around 1590. The plague closed the ...

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The Lord Chamberlain's Men, also called the Chamberlain's Men, were a theatrical playing company with which William Shakespeare was associated for most of his professional life. It was the most popular company of players in Elizabethan and Jacobean England. The history of this company is difficult to trace, as it was an ...