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Then, three trumpet blasts signaled that the play was about to begin. The first told the crowd that the players were ready; the second attempted to hush them; and the third occurred immediately before the play started. The actors entered through one of the tiring-house doors, where they had dressed. Compared with theater and cinema today, the world as portrayed on stage was visually simple. Patrons saw little scenery, no curtains, 46 and no attempt at an authentic portrayal of real life. Instead, playwrights used words to literally set the stage.
A far more grim sight greeted theatergoers and other travelers on the Southwark end of London Bridge. There, officials displayed the heads of traitors and other criminals, stuck on poles. After crossing the bridge, playgoers had only a short walk to one of the theaters. m. Playgoers, however, often waited until the last minute to arrive. They entered the theater through a door in one of the building’s towers. By request of its owners, carpenters had 42 London’s theaters hoisted brightly colored silken flags high into the air to remind playgoers that performance time was near.
These improvements cost the shareholders twice as much as had been spent on the first building, yet by this time, each of them was flush with cash from their theater business. ”35 Upon entering the new space, Chamberlain and his fellow theatergoers may have also noticed slightly more subtle changes. For instance, the stage was wider, stretching from the galleries on one side to the galleries at the other end of the yard. Storage space had also been added for actors and stagehands to store costumes and props.