Late Elizabethan Drama

@inproceedings{Grantley2008LateED,
  title={Late Elizabethan Drama},
  author={Darryll Grantley},
  year={2008}
}
A predictably important development for the representation of London in English drama was the establishment of the first permanent and dedicated theatre buildings in the peripheries of the capital in the mid-1570s. The advent of the London-based commercial theatre meant that drama would fairly rapidly come to be orientated towards an urban audience, and increasingly reflect its social experience and attitudes, in a period in which that experience was in a process of change and development… CONTINUE READING