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The King's Men was the acting company to which William Shakespeare (1564–1616) belonged for most of his career. Formerly known as The Lord Chamberlain's Men during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, they became The King's Men in 1603 when King James I ascended the throne and became the company's patron.

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Shakespeare spent most of his productive life with the same theatre company, which changed its name three times. The names of theatre companies in Shakespeare's day came from the noble or royal ...

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The Shakespeare Theatre Company is a regional theatre company located in Washington, D.C. The theatre company focuses primarily on plays from the Shakespeare canon, but its seasons include works by other classic playwrights such as Euripides, Ibsen, Wilde, Shaw, Schiller, Coward and Tennessee Williams.The company manages and performs in the Harman Center for the Arts, consisting of the ...

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The acting company that Shakespeare was with for most of his working life changed its name to the king's men in 1603 when King James succeeded to the throne and took over sponsorship of the ...

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They really emphasize doing Shakespeare "on your feet," and I have gotten a lot of ideas from their Shakespeare Set Free book series. The idea of acting companies came from them; I just adapted it to fit my class. So, when class began, I told students that they were going to be put into "acting companies" and they would be choosing a scene to ...

www.folger.edu/shakespeares-theater

Shakespeare's company, the Lord Chamberlain's Men, was one of several to perform at the Theatre, appearing there by about 1594. A few years later, the Burbages lost their lease on the Theatre site and began construction of a new, larger playhouse, the Globe, just south of the Thames.

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When James Burbage founded the acting company that Shakespeare was to join, he sought the patronage of Lord Hunsdon, the Lord Chamberlain. Hence the company came to be known as "The Lord Chamberlain's Men". Shakespeare, having already established his reputation as an actor and playwright, joined the company in 1594.

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Lord Chamberlain's Men was the name of the acting troupe that William Shakespeare wrote and acted for, and of which he was a shareholder. Henry Carey, First Baron Hunsdon, who was also known as Lord Chamberlain, was the patron of this group, which was primarily run by the Burbage family.

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Shakespeare's company, the Lord Chamberlain's Men, was one of the few companies to own their own playhouse and to maintain ownership over a long period. By 1608 they were operating two theatres, the Globe and the Blackfriars; the company employed up to twenty actors*.

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Shakespeare worked for an acting company called The Lord Chamberlain's Men starting in the early 1590s, which then changed its name to King's Men after King James I took the throne in 1603. The company was considered popular and records show that Shakespeare both acted and wrote plays for the company.