- Globe Theatre (disambiguation)
The "Globe Theatre" may refer to several buildings:
Globe Theatre (Barbados)of Barbados
Globe Theatre, Reginain Regina, Saskatchewan, was founded in 1966.
* The "Globe Theatre" in Schwäbisch Hall, Germany is an approximation of the original, built entirely of wooden beams in 2000. The theatre regularly hosts Shakespearean plays during the summer months.
*There is a Globe Theatre in
Globe Theatre, Dunedin
Globe Theatreof Shakespeare's London, built in 1599.
*The former Rotunda Theatre in
Blackfriars Road, London, which opened in 1833 for a few years and was renamed The Globe.
Globe Theatre (Newcastle Street), London, which opened in 1868 and was demolished in 1902.
Gielgud Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, was known as the Globe from 1909 to 1995.
Shakespeare's Globe, a modern reconstruction of the original Globe Theatre, opened in 1997.
* The "Globe Theatre" was the original name of the
Lunt-Fontanne Theatreon Broadway, which was built in 1910 and renamed in 1957.
* The "
Globe of the Great Southwest", located in Odessa, Texas, which is a replica of the original Globe Theatre.
* The "
Old Globe Theater" of San Diego, also known as the "Globe," was founded in 1935.
* The "Globe Theatre at
Busch Gardens", in Williamsburg, Virginia, used to hold plays, but is now used to screen movies with special effects
Globe Theater (Los Angeles)is an old movie palace in the historic Broadway Theater and Commercial Districtin Los Angeles.
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