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From: Candace <candace4modeling@yahoo.com>
Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2004 04:36:03 -0700
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In 1603 King James I granted the group a royal patent, and the company's
name was altered to reflect the King's direct patronage. Records
indicate
that the King's Men remained the most favored acting company in the
Jacobean
era, averaging a dozen performances at Court each year during the
period. In
addition to public performances at the Globe Theatre, the King's Men
played
at the private Blackfriars Theatre; many of Shakespeare's late plays
were
first staged at Blackfriars, where the intimate setting facilitated
Shakespeare's use of increasingly sophisticated stage techniques. The
playwright profited handsomely from his long career in the theater and
invested in real estate, purchasing properties in both Stratford and
London.
As early as 1596 he had attained sufficient status to be granted a coat
of
arms and the accompanying right to call himself a gentleman. By 1610,
with
his fortune made and his reputation as the leading English dramatist
unchallenged, Shakespeare appears to have retired to Stratford, though
business interests brought him to London on occasion. He died on April
23,
1616, and was buried in the chancel of Trinity Church in Stratford.


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