Theatre’s Troublesome History

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This is why I was finding it difficult to believe how much theatre and performance was despised by the church and state during the past eras. And also that Theatre was thought to be corrupting youth with the falsity of its emotions and was apparently displaying the manifestation of the devil and the worship of false gods...
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(Knowles) Many Theatres and Performance allocated buildings had been burnt down to the ground, theatre books were set ablaze, and actors were extremely ill treated, to the point of being tortured and banished. Why have so many theatres have been destroyed by fire and other calamities? The number may seem very few, yet the accidents that befell them are distressing; the following are some examples of the tragic times this mishap has occurred: - Drury Lane Theatre burnt in 1791, and again in 1809...
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