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In 1608, Shakespeare’s acting company, The King’s Men, opened the Blackfriar’s Theatre, the template on which all later indoor theaters are based.

In 1608, Shakespeare’s acting company, The King’s Men, opened the Blackfriar’s Theatre, the template on which all later indoor theaters are based.

(Source: facts.randomhistory.com)

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