The Globe Theatre was there, of which Shakspeare himself was a proprietor, and for which he wrote his plays.
The Globe Theatre had closed for the summer and the season had ended in the triumphant manner desired by the manager.
The play, when done, was mounted with extreme splendour at the Globe Theatre.
It was not until 1599, when the Globe Theatre was built, that he acquired any share in the profits of a playhouse.
At the Globe Theatre they were settling down to a long and brilliant run.
Thus Shakespeare drew from the Globe Theatre, at the lowest estimate, more than £500 a year in all.
In 1604 his name is joined in a patent with that of Laurence Fletcher for the Globe Theatre.
He was a printer by trade and he had his first chance with us at the Globe Theatre in Boston.
It is, indeed, said to have been the motto of the Globe Theatre.
It was the last week of the season at the Globe Theatre, and it was closing in a blaze of glory.