Theatre and Entertainment
Cherrytree Books, 2005 - 32 páginas
The theatres and how they were organised - Elizabethan plays - Actors - Stage, sets and costumes - Entertainment for the rich and the poor - Sports and outdoor activities - Timeline.
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Sports and Outdoor Pursuits
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