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Burbage

[ bur-bij ]

noun

  1. Richard, 1567?–1619, English actor and associate of Shakespeare.


Burbage

/ ˈbɜːbɪdʒ /

noun

  1. BurbageJames?15301597MEnglishTHEATRE: actorTHEATRE: theatre manager James . ?1530–97, English actor and theatre manager, who built (1576) the first theatre in England
  2. BurbageRichard?15671619MEnglishTHEATRE: actor his son, Richard . ?1567–1619, English actor, associated with Shakespeare


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The part of Alleyn's property on which Burbage had his eye was in sore need of improvement.

It was this bit of "void ground" that Burbage had selected as a suitable location for his proposed playhouse.

In order to reimburse himself in some measure for this loss Burbage retained £30 of the rental due to Alleyn.

And so, after "great and horrible oathes" by James Burbage and his son, the widow and her attendants "went their ways."

They expressed the opinion in writing that Burbage had expended at least £240 in developing the property.

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